March 31, 2016 by · 1 Comment 

Gold Line Extension ‘Divides’ Eastside

Variations in the plan to extend Metro’s Gold Line Light Rail down two of the busiest streets in East Los Angeles would further divide a community that has for... Read more »

SoCal Gas Responde a Preocupaciones Acerca de Su Instalación en Montebello

Tila Gregorian ha vivido cerca de las instalaciones de SoCalGas en Montebello durante años y siempre se ha preocupado por la posibilidad de fugas de gas. Cuando... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 24, 2016 – March 30, 2016

Fri., March 25 1pm—National Medal of Honor Day Ceremonies at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument in conjunction with the Eugene A. Obregon Medal of Honor... Read more »

Montebello Teen Missing

The search was on Wednesday for a missing 15-year-old Montebello boy who has not taken his medication in several days and texted his mother that “he felt like... Read more »

SoCal Gas Responds to Concerns About Montebello Facility

Tila Gregorian has lived near the SoCalGas facility in Montebello for years and has always worried about the possibility of gas leaks. When she heard about the thousands... Read more »

Social Security Numbers Are Tools for Identity Theft

Bowing to intense public pressure, a federal judge earlier this month changed his order in a federal lawsuit that would have required California to release the personal... Read more »

Community Calendar: March 17, 2016 – March 23, 2016

Today, Thur. March 17 6pm—Community Meeting on Crime Hike at Ruben Salazar Park in unincorporated East L.A. Hosted by office of Sup. Hilda Solis. Speakers from... Read more »

Tougher Enforcement of Traffic Laws Can Save Lives

Researchers with the Governors Highway Safety Association report that an analysis of preliminary national federal data of vehicle related accidents nationwide by... Read more »

Sale of Water Rights Bid Process Challenged

Montebello voters may soon decide if they want to sell the city’s water rights, but getting the question on the ballot was complicated this week when a prospective... Read more »

Rendon Sworn In As Speaker

Assemblyman Anthony Rendon was sworn in as speaker in Sacramento Monday and outlined three of his legislative priorities – poverty, legislative oversight and voter... Read more »

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