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Resultados de Elecciones de Consejos Vecinales

El sábado se llevaron a cabo las elecciones de los consejos vecinales de la región 8 que incluyen áreas de los Distritos 1 y 14. Más de 2,000 personas que residen,... Read more »

Millions Hitting the Road this Weekend

With gas prices dropping and personal income rising, nearly 2.9 million Southern California residents are expected to travel over the upcoming Memorial Day weekend,... Read more »

Neighborhood Councils Hold Elections

Hundreds of residents and stakeholders in East and Northeast Los Angeles neighborhoods have voted in person or online for their representatives to the their local... Read more »

EGP Ballot Recommendations – June 7 Primary

Yes on State Measure 50 The public is dismayed by the fact that state legislators charged with corruption or crimes can continue to receive their state pay even... Read more »

Community Calendar: May 26, 2016 – June 1, 2016

Today, Thursday May 26 10am-2pm – Arroyo Vista Family Health Center Adult Health Fair at Loma Drive. Obtain free health screenings for blood pressure, vision,... Read more »

Presidential Campaigns Head to L.A.

The presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump and the two contenders for the Democratic nomination, Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of... Read more »

Feds Move L.A. River Funding Forward

Los Angeles-based members of Congress Wednesday applauded a House committee’s inclusion of a Los Angeles River restoration project in an annual water infrastructure... Read more »

Man Shot In Cypress Park

A man was shot in the buttocks Saturday during an exchange of gunfire with another man in the Cypress Park area of Los Angeles, authorities said. The shootout happened... Read more »

L.A. Farmers Markets Could Soon Accept ‘Food Stamps’

Operators of farmers markets in the city of Los Angeles could soon be required to accept food stamps as payment under a plan being proposed by the Los Angeles City... Read more »

Initiative Aims to Make L.A. Region More ‘Age-Friendly’

City and county officials introduced an effort Wednesday to ensure the Los Angeles region is responsive to the needs of the area’s aging population. Under the... Read more »

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