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Kite Festival Brings El Sereno Community Together

Kites of all shapes, sizes and colors could be seen soaring above Ascot Hills Park in El Sereno Sunday, where the park’s trails have become the site for a fairly... Read more »

Montebello No Longer In the Red, But Deadline to Pay Past Debt Closing In

It was not too long ago that the city of Montebello was facing a projected five-year,  $17.3 million deficit and having trouble securing a loan to help it get through... Read more »

Monterey Park Festival Celebrates Japanese Culture

The beating of drums and the rich aroma of tantalizing foods filled the air as a variety of Asian vendors showcased Japanese and Japanese-American culture on the... Read more »

Agencia Estatal Ordena la Clausura de la Planta Exide en Vernon

Una agencia estatal el miércoles, 23 de abril, ordenó que una planta que recicla baterías en la ciudad de Vernon pare sus operaciones, diciendo que los residuos... Read more »

Mayor Calls for Canceling Pay Raises For L.A. City Workers

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Monday released his final budget proposal before leaving office, in which he called for solving the city’s projected budget... Read more »

County Assessor John Noguez Faces 11 New Criminal Charges

Prosecutors Wednesday charged Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez with 11 additional counts of misappropriating public funds by allegedly lowering property tax... Read more »

Councilman Wants Boyle Heights’ Street Dedicated to Honor Popular Mexican Singer

City officials on Tuesday morning marked the beginning of construction for the first of four street enhancements projects along the Metro Gold Line in Boyle Heights,... Read more »

Philanthropist Receives Key to Bell Gardens

(EGP photo by Nancy Martinez) Hundreds of students, parents and Bell Gardens residents attended Monday’s city council meeting to watch as Kimberly Moore was given... Read more »

Targeting Prop 39 Funds Could Pay for Thousands of ‘Green’ Jobs, Study Finds

Starting a fund from Proposition 39 proceeds to pay for clean energy and efficiency projects could help create up to 21,000 “green” jobs, according to a study... Read more »

Los Angeles City Takes Step to End Dependence on Coal

The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the replacement of a 1,800-megawatt coal-fire power plant in Utah with a smaller, natural gas facility, with officials... Read more »

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