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MUSD Candidates Take on Student Performance

Montebello Unified students have returned to school and candidates running for two seats on the Board of Education say they want to make sure students are on track... Read more »

Community Calendar: September 3, 2015 – September 9, 2015

Today, Thursday, Sept. 3 1-8pm – Used Book Sale at East Los Angeles Library Thru Sept. 5. Shop from thousands of books, magazines, DVDs and audio books. Hours... Read more »

MUSD Students Head Back To School

Nearly 65,000 students in the Montebello Unified School District said goodbye to summer and hello to the new school year this week. Students from transitional kindergarten... Read more »

Angry Residents Decry Handling of Exide Cleanup

Fuming over news that as many as 10,000 homes could be contaminated with lead spewed from the now closed Exide Technologies plant in Vernon, hundreds of people on... Read more »

Too Few People Signing Up for Lower Energy Rates

More than 300,000 Southern California Gas customers are now eligible for lower rates under new income guidelines for assistance, the utility company reminded customers... Read more »

Winners and Loser In Gentrification

Much is being said and will continue to be said about the displacement of residents when real estate in a neighborhood suddenly becomes hot. As property values go... Read more »

Community Calendar August 20, 2015 – August 28, 2015

Today, Thursday, Aug. 27 7pm—The Downtown Repertory Theater Company returns to the Pico House Courtyard at El Pueblo in Downtown L.A. for its seventh summer season... Read more »

Bell Gardens Expected to Cancel City Council Election

For the first time in decades, a city known for its tough political rivalries may cancel its upcoming city council election because no one has filed to run against... Read more »

Creating Public Art: One ‘Box’ At A Time

Los Angeles has been called the mural capital of the world. It’s a reputation Councilman Jose Huizar hopes to expand: one utility box at a time. In 2012, Huizar... Read more »

How Do You Divide Already Crowded Roads and Streets?

The City of Los Angeles has just approved a plan that will set the framework for dividing the city’s network of streets into the future. The overall goal is pretty... Read more »

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