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Exhibición de Fotografía Promueve el Arte en Comunidad de Bajos Recursos

Un músico que toca en la Plaza del Mariachi, una guitarra, una flor de colores y un niño corriendo en el parque son sólo algunas de las fotos que deleitaron a... Read more »

Nuevo Centro de Capacitación en Boyle Heights Promueve Trabajos Locales

Cuando Juan Álvarez fue al nuevo centro de capacitación laboral en Boyle Heights la semana pasada, se dio cuenta de que la mayoría de trabajos disponibles involucraban... Read more »

New Boyle Heights Work Center Promotes Local Jobs

When Juan Alvarez went to the new work resource center in Boyle Heights last week, he noticed most of the job openings involved physical labor. That’s just fine... Read more »

‘Miracle on 1st Street’

Thousands of children and their families received a little bit of joy last week during the 33rd Annual ‘Miracle on 1st Street’ event at the Hollenbeck Youth... Read more »

Garcetti Proposes Purchase of 7,000 Police Body Cameras

Saying transparency is a key to public trust in the police department, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday he wants the city to purchase 7,000 body cameras to... Read more »

Couple Pleads No Contest in Boyle Heights Kidnapping

 A couple who abducted their four young children from their maternal grandmother and took them to Mexico pleaded no contest to kidnapping and child stealing charges,... Read more »

Encouraging Art in Low-Income Communities

A musician playing at Mariachi Plaza, a close up of a guitar, a colorful flower and a child running in the park are just some of the photos that delighted guests... Read more »

Breves de la Comunidad

Maywood Lo que parece ser un cráneo humano fue encontrado el domingo la orilla del río de Los Ángeles cerca del puente de la Avenida Slauson y el Bulevar District,... Read more »

Celebrating the Holidays

Today, Thurs., Dec. 18 5:30-8:30pm—Traditional “Las Posadas” Celebration at Olvera Street in downtown L.A. The colorful candlelit procession and reenactment... Read more »

New Sidewalk Built Over Dirt Path to Santa Teresita School

Since the founding of Santa Teresita Catholic School in 1950, generations of students have had no choice but to take a hilly dirt path along Tremont Street that... Read more »

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