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Volunteers fed over 1,000 people in need at the Ruben Salazar Park

The senior center at Ruben Salazar Park in unincorporated East Los Angeles was filled to capacity Saturday for the annual Thanksgiving lunch hosted by the Friends... Read more »

Thanksgiving Traditions Vary, Except for the Giving Thanks Part

For most Americans, the fourth Thursday of November marks the day they sit down with loved ones to show their gratitude for the positive things in their lives. Thanksgiving... Read more »

Tempers Flair at Bell Gardens Council Meeting

Door-to-door campaigning, phone banks and campaign mailers may have ended in the City of Bell Gardens since the election results came in earlier this month, but... Read more »

Young Commerce Runners ‘Trot’ Ahead of Thanksgiving Feasting

Runners of all ages gathered Saturday morning to celebrate the 22nd Annual Turkey Trot in the City of Commerce. This year, 382 participants arrived as early as 6... Read more »

Holiday Cooking In High Gear, Some Tips to Keep Food Safe

With the holidays upon us, cooks across the country are busy chopping, mixing and baking their holiday feast. Whether it’s turkey or tamales you are making, you’d... Read more »

Commerce Recall Backers Decry City Attorney’s Decision

Recall waters in the City of Commerce are even murkier following a decision by the city attorney that the newspaper the city has published its public notices in... Read more »

Community Calendar

Sunday, Dec. 1 1pm—The 69th Annual Northeast Los Angeles Holiday Parade Heads Down Figueroa in Highland Park. ALMA award winning actor Jose Yenque is this year’s... Read more »

Union Bank Promotes Early Financial Literacy with Book Donation to L.A. Unified

Students at Multnomah Elementary School in Hillside Village proudly hold their copies of “What a Bank Can Do,” a limited edition children’s book focused on... Read more »

Commerce se Adelanta a “Trotar” para el Día de Acción de Gracias

Corredores de todas las edades se reunieron el sábado por la mañana para celebrar la vigésimo segunda Carrera del Trote del Pavo o Turkey Trot en la ciudad de... Read more »

Small Businesses Get Ready For Holiday Shopping Rush

With Thanksgiving slowly becoming the new Black Friday as many national retailers plan to open their doors before the Thanksgiving turkeys even gets cold, small... Read more »

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