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Water Use Goes Up: Shame On Us

The news that Californians have failed to reduce water consumption in line with the governor’s emergency drought order is discouraging. In January of this year,... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 9, 2015 – April 15, 2015

Today, Thursday, April 9 1-3pm—Bell Gardens Community Bike Ride. 6-mile bike tour with stops to evaluate impact of a regional bike plan on area health, biking... Read more »

Education Leaders Want More Control

San Gabriel Valley area education leaders say they are frustrated by the lack of control they have over spending decisions in their school districts on everything... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 2, 2015 – April 8, 2015

Spring Fun for the Young Ones Today, Thurs., April, 2 2-5pm—Pecan Recreation Center. Ages 2-13 Spring Egg Hunt, art and crafts, and contests Free event. Location:... Read more »

Garcia Calls For More Women In Power

At an event recognizing women making a difference in their communities, Assemblymember Cristina Garcia praised the work these women are doing in her district, and... Read more »

Local Women Recognized for Service

For nearly three decades, legislators across the state of California have been recognizing women who have made a difference in their district. Last Friday, Assemblywomen... Read more »

Asambleísta Pide Tener Más Mujeres en el Poder

En un evento que reconoce a las mujeres de todas las clases sociales que hacen una diferencia en sus comunidades, la Asambleísta Cristina García no sólo elogió... Read more »

Ciudades del Sureste Se Unen Para Proveer Más Acceso a Bicicletas

Cuatro ciudades del sureste de Los Ángeles están uniendo fuerzas para alentar a sus residentes a aportar ideas para el desarrollo de un plan maestro de bicicletas... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 26, 2015 – April 1, 2015

Friday, March 27 6-9pm—Glassell Park Utility Box Art Community Vote Night. Cast your vote for your favorite works of Art. Top 12 selected artists will install... Read more »

State Supreme Court Won’t Review Case of Man Convicted of Murdering His Mother

The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review the case against a man convicted of murdering his mother, whose butchered remains were found in a freezer... Read more »

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