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City Urges People to Seek Shelter from Freezing Cold

Mayor Eric Garcetti today urged people without a warm roof over their heads to seek protection from the chilly weather at shelters set up around Los Angeles County. “If... Read more »

Commerce Casino is Rockin’ New Years Eve

There’s still time to get in on the celebration at Commerce Casino! Ring in the New Year With Great Fun, Food & Entertainment! Enjoy Smokin’ Cobras Live... Read more »

A Happy New Year Wish For Our Readers

It seems like just yesterday that the world was ushering in a new century, now here we are, a decade and a half into the 21st Century! We are again this year wishing... Read more »

2014: A Boring/Interesting Year for Hispanics

What a boring year 2014 has been for America’s 54 million Hispanics. Three elements, however, did make an otherwise boring year somewhat interesting. Unemployment The... Read more »

Commerce City Council Ballot Set for March Election

Six candidates will vie for two City of Commerce Council seats in the March 2015 Municipal Election, the city has confirmed. Councilman Joe Aguilar is not seeking... Read more »

Our Top Stories of 2014

It’s now 2015 and it’s human nature to hope that the new year will be better than the last, even if it was a good year overall. There will be resolutions... Read more »

Community Calendar

Tomorrow, Thurs., Jan. 1 – New Year’s Day 2015 6am–Tournament of Roses 126th New Year’s Day Rose Parade. This year’s theme is “Inspiring Stories.”... Read more »

The Year that Was In L.A. – A Look at 2015

City leaders are poised to tackle some large issues in the year ahead, after setting big goals in 2014 that include outfitting all police officers with body cameras,... Read more »

Residents File Lawsuits Against Exide Executives

Several company executives and the manager of the Exide battery recycling plant in Vernon were named Monday in two separate lawsuits brought by dozens of residents... Read more »

Students Learn More Than Just An Instrument

The sounds of a violin being fiddled, xylophone keys rhythmically tapped and the “ding” of the triangle filled the air as proud, smiling parents jockeyed for... Read more »

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