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Senate Appropriations Subcommittee Meets at Eastside Elementary School

Senate Appropriations Chair Kevin de León, center, listened to testimony from a local construction worker and a labor leader on Feb. 22. (EGP photo by Gloria Angelina... Read more »

Boyle Heights Daycare Owner Accused of Molesting Young Girls

Enrique Ramos, 45, was arrested last week and has been charged with lewd acts on a child under 14 years of age. (LAPD) Shock and disgust were some of the emotions... Read more »

Roosevelt Plan Will Consolidate Small Schools

After hours of taxing discussions regarding the future of Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights, a committee representing the school’s seven small schools this... Read more »

Bell Gardens Massage Parlors to Be Inspected By County

Massage parlors in the city of Bell Gardens will be inspected by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health as part of an agreement approved Monday by the... Read more »

Commerce City Officials Involved in Minor Car Accident; Sparking Rumors

What would ordinarily have been seen as just another minor traffic accident in the city of Commerce, is these days drawing more attention, and a great deal of speculation,... Read more »

Montebello Residents Walk For The Heart

Cold weather did little to chill the enthusiasm of Montebello residents who turned out last weekend to take part in a mile-and-a-half walk to spread awareness about... Read more »

Gang Member Sentenced In Glassell Park Hate Crime

A 19-year-old Latino man was sentenced Monday to 25 years and four months in state prison for threatening a black family in Glassell Park with a shotgun while shouting... Read more »

Evergreen Park to Get Play, Fitness Upgrades

Thirteen thousand children under the age of 5 who live within two miles of the Evergreen Recreation Center in Boyle Heights will soon have access to new play equipment;... Read more »

Latino Businesses ‘Speedate’ With Large Corporations

Small to midsized Latino businesses sat down during a business matchmaking with large corporations hoping to gain contracts and make impressions Renee Peña, left,... Read more »

Skid Row Tuberculosis Outbreak No Risk to Public, Say Health Officials

An outbreak of tuberculosis on Skid Row is no threat to the general public, the county’s top health official said Tuesday. ‘‘The public is not at risk,”... Read more »

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