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FPPC Approves Penalties Against Commerce Officials

Despite residents demanding harsher penalties, the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) today approved reduced fines against two Commerce officials accused... Read more »

Sept. 15, 2016 Issue

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Second Commerce Official Faces FPPC Fine

Less than two months after Commerce Mayor Pro Tem Tina Baca del Rio faced one of the largest penalties ever issued by the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC)... Read more »

Celebrate Latino Heritage Month-Fiestas Patrias

Friday, Sept. 16 11am-5pm–Fiestas Patrias Special Cultural Entertainment at El Pueblo de Los Angels/Olvera Street in the Public Kiosko. Enjoy live entertainment... Read more »

De Plomo a Tuberías, Estudiantes Desarrollan Técnicas de Investigación

Un pequeño grupo de investigadores comunitarios en el Sureste de Los Ángeles está en búsqueda de soluciones a los problemas medioambientales que incluyen la... Read more »

September 8, 2016 Issue

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Pursuit Ends in SWAT Standoff

A suspected drunken driver pulled a gun on CHP officers as he abandoned his pickup truck on the Santa Ana (5) Freeway in Commerce, backed into some roadside businesses,... Read more »

Candidates Hope to ‘Change’ Central Basin

The Central Basin Municipal Water District is a public agency, with an elected board that sets policy and oversee its operations, the main purpose of which is to... Read more »

Community Calendar: Sept. 8, 2016-Sept. 14, 2016

Today, Thursday, Sept. 8 8:30-10:30am–Free Public Forum Role of Media in Presidential Election presented by the League of Women Votes Pasadena. Three seasoned... Read more »

City to Require Businesses to Invest in Public Art

COMMERCE – In a city perhaps better known for its close proximity to freeways, rail yards, diesel trucks and blocks upon blocks of large cement warehouses,... Read more »

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