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City Provides Safe Place to Close Online Deals

BELL GARDENS – With more people flocking to the Internet to buy or sell their things to strangers, the city of Bell Gardens is now offering a safe location to... Read more »

Gov. Takes ‘Environmental Justice’ Tour of Areas Ravaged by Pollution

Gov. Jerry Brown got a close-up look Tuesday at the traffic, pollution, and industries that have long wreaked havoc on the health of residents living in southeast... Read more »

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Cinco de Mayo Alert: Expect Widespread DUI Patrols

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is among the law enforcement agencies planning to conduct DUI saturation patrols today in connection with Cinco de... Read more »

D.A. Investigating Bell Gardens Councilman

A Bell Gardens councilman who simultaneously serves as a director on the local water board is being investigated by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s... Read more »

MUSD Rescinds Remaining Teacher Pink Slips

MONTEBELLO– Montebello Unified School District officials announced last week they were rescinding layoffs for the remaining 100 teachers who received a reduction-in-force... Read more »

Limits on Short-Term Rentals is Reasonable

The City of Los Angeles will have to decide soon whether to limit short-stay rentals, an activity now illegal in some residential areas. According to an article... Read more »

Bell Gardens PD Looking for Man Who Tried to Lure Teen into Truck

Bell Gardens police Monday sought public help to find a man who tried to coax a 14-year-old girl into his truck. According to police, the girl was standing on the... Read more »

Finger Pointing Escalates in Southeast City

Two longtime Bell Gardens councilwoman who until recently were close friends, made it clear Monday there is “no turning back,” with each accusing the other of... Read more »

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