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EGPNews Receives Commerce Commendation

The Commerce City Council presented Eastern Group Publications, publisher of the Commerce Comet and this newspaper, a commendation for “more than 35 years of service... Read more »

Residents Worried SR-710 Light Rail Would Burden East LA

East Los Angeles residents fear they will once again be forced to bare the brunt of efforts to relieve traffic in the region. They remember all too well the disruption... Read more »

Targeted Policing A Good Goal

In his State of the City speech Tuesday, Mayor Eric Garcetti confirmed what many Angelenos suspected; violent crime has been increasing in Los Angeles. Los Angeles... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 16, 2015 – April 22, 2015

Today, Thursday April 16 4pm—Teen Poetry Workshop with Author & LA Poet Laureate Luis J. Rodriguez at the Cypress Park Library. After the workshop, teen poets... Read more »

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 »

Foro Examina el Estudio SR-710

Un foro que tomó lugar en la Universidad Estatal de California Los Ángeles para discutir si  “¿Extender o no extender?” la Autopista 710, se convirtió más... 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 »

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 »

L.A. to Take ‘Hot Spot’ Approach to Trash

The Los Angeles City Council agreed Wednesday to begin creating a citywide approach to cleaning up trash and picking up couches, televisions and other bulky items... Read more »

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