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Widow Sues Occidental College, Professor for Husband’s Death

The widow and four children of a motorcyclist killed in a collision with an Occidental College professor allegedly driving while using a cell phone sued the school... Read more »

Community & National Night Out Calendar

Today, Thursday, July 28 6:30-8:30pm—Montebello Summer Concerts in the Park Series “Stone Soul” performing at Montebello City Park Bandshell. Dance to the... Read more »

Community Calendar: July 21, 2016 – July 27, 2016

Today, Thursday, July 21 2pm–Point of View Film Program Presents Independent Lens: The Longoria Affair at the Montebello Library. A documentary on the Mexican... Read more »

Plans for Apartment Complex Leave Tenants Scrambling

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti reminded renters last week that they have rights under the city’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance, but as one group of tenants in... Read more »

What About a Tax On Marijuana Businesses?

How quickly things change. It wasn’t too long ago that the prospect of legalizing marijuana for recreational use was unthinkable, and now the Los Angeles Count... Read more »

Community Calendar

Today, Thursday July 14 4-6:30pm—Eagle Rock Library Summer Adults Film Screening of Charles Lindbergh’s most famous feats & stars Jimmy Stewart as the legendary... Read more »

USDA to Keep Children Fed While School Is Out

To ensure children from low-income areas do not go hungry this summer, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) will serve more than 200 million free lunches to children... Read more »

For Many, This 4th of July Was Akin to a War Zone

Did you feel like you were living in a war zone this 4th of July? If so, you were not alone. The loud thunderous blast from fireworks —most presumably illegal... Read more »

Community Calendar: July 7, 2016 – July 13, 2016

Today, Thursday July 7 4-5:30pm—Cypress Park Library Summer Author Program Presents Community Educator & Author Sara Rafael Garcia. Enjoy the chance to interact... Read more »

County Supervisors Place Parks Parcel Tax on November Ballot

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to put a measure on the November ballot that would levy a one-and-a-half cent per square foot parcel tax... Read more »

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