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Vernon: A Changed City

Listening to and responding to residents is one of the hallmarks of good government and creating connections that make that happen has the been the focus for the... Read more »

May 18, 2017 Issue

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Crash Leaves 1 Dead, 1 Injured

VERNON (CNS) – One man was killed and another was injured when a vehicle struck a power pole in Vernon, authorities said Monday. It was reported at 11:41 p.m.... Read more »

Vernon Outreach: ‘Work in Progress’

Since moving 3 years ago to the Vernon Village apartment complex, where half of Vernon’s residents live, Emilia Bernal says she has yet to attend a council meeting,... Read more »

May 11, 2017 Issue

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Southeast Student Artists Recognized

Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard once again recognized student artist in her district, announcing the winners of her annual art competition. Rebeka Martinez,... Read more »

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 »

5 People Critically Injured in Vernon Car Crash

A two-vehicle crash in Vernon today left six people injured, five critically, police said. The collision occurred about 1 a.m. at Vernon Avenue and Alameda Street,... 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 »

Vernon Voters: Small But Mighty

A single vote goes a long way in Vernon, where a mere 41 residents can determine the outcome of an election. That’s what happened last week during the city’s... Read more »

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