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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 »

To Get Out of the Red, City Considers Raising Taxes

MONTEBELLO – With no assets to sell or a voter-approved utility rate increase to generate more money, Montebello officials are now scrambling to figure out... 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 »

Graduation Numbers Rise to ‘Record High’

For the seventh straight year, California is making gains on the number of students who graduate from high school, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom... Read more »

Vietnam Memorial Wall On View in Montebello

While most walls are meant to keep people out, The Mobile Vietnam Memorial Wall aspires to bring people together. A half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial... Read more »

MUSD Revokes Layoff Notices; Recall Moves Forward

MONTEBELLO  – Following months of protests from students, parents and teachers, the Montebello Unified School Board unanimously voted to rescind layoff notices... Read more »

Trucking Co. Owner Gets Probation for Dumping Into River

The owner of a waste-hauling company was sentenced Monday to five years probation for dumping 11,000 gallons of waste water and soap into a tributary of the San... Read more »

With CBO Gone, Teachers Thinks Montebello Unified Budget Can Improve

Now that the Montebello Unified School Board has fired its controversial chief business officer, employees are hopeful a clearer, more positive picture of district’s... Read more »

Montebello Unified Fires Chief Business Exec

It had been a while since cheers of praise were heard during a Montebello Unified School District board meeting, but on Thursday, teachers, parents and students... Read more »

Empowering Young Latinas by Example

Growing up in East Los Angeles, Leticia Mendoza had teachers who encouraged her to follow her dreams; today, she is trying to do the same for young Latinas living... Read more »

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