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Bell Gardens Council Assignments Get Heated

A heated argument broke out Monday at the Bell Gardens City Council when the annual reorganization of the council and committee assignments upset one council member... Read more »

Garcetti ‘Dreams Big’ with Ramona Gardens Youth

The young people at Legacy LA, a non-profit organization that caters to kids and teens from Ramona Gardens, recently invited Mayor Eric Garcetti to “dream big”... Read more »

Fricción Durante la Reorganización del Concejo de Bell Gardens

Una discusión acalorada se desató el lunes en la reunión del concejo municipal de Bell Gardens cuando la reorganización anual del concejo y las asignaciones... Read more »

Undocumented Students Protest Napolitano as New UC President

SAN FRANCISCO – Janet Napolitano became the new president of the University of California last week over objections of student protesters. Six students were removed... Read more »

Hundreds Attend Metro Meetings on SR 710 Project

Hundreds of people turned out for Metro’s  “All Communities Convening” meetings, held during the last week in El Sereno, Pasadena and Monterey Park, to review... Read more »

Montebello Bikers Ride to Create Awareness for Bike Lanes

Dozens of cyclists joined Montebello Mayor Christina Cortez on a bike ride around the city last week in hopes of drawing support for adding more bike lanes to city... Read more »

Rise In Use of Force In Jails Not a Worry, Says Special Monitor

Use-of-force reports generated in Los Angeles County jails are on pace to exceed the number recorded in 2012, according to figures made public Tuesday, but a lawyer... Read more »

Bell Gardens Expo Draws Crowds

Bell Gardens residents visited the nearly 50 booths from businesses and community groups at the Business and Community Expo on Saturday. (EGP photo by Nancy Martinez) A... Read more »

Wells Fargo Launches Financial Literacy Program for Veterans

Military bases across the U.S. will become a new classroom of sorts for military veterans and their families as part of a new financial literacy program being launched... Read more »

Blacks and Latinos Seek Mental Health Care Less Often

Blacks and Latinos receive less adequate mental health care than Whites, finds a new study in Health Services Research. “We found that Blacks and Latinos [remain]... Read more »

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