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Community Calendar: May 7, 2015 – May 13, 2015

Today, Thursday May 7 10:30-11am–Mother’s Day Preschool Activity at Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library.  Celebrate Mother’s Day with a special storytime and... Read more »

Donación de $1.6 Millones Para ‘Dreamer Center’ en Cal State L.A.

La universidad Cal State L.A. ha recibido un donativo de 1,6 millones de dólares destinados a mantener en funcionamiento el centro de ayuda a estudiantes indocumentados... Read more »

Schurr High Student Wins National Poetry Award

A Montebello high school student has joined an elite group of poets from across the country, wining national recognition in a contest that drew over 300,000 entries. Roberto... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 30, 2015 – May 6, 2015

Today, Thurs. April 30 1-2pm–Art Activity for Special Needs Adults at Chet Holifield Library. Special needs adults and their caretakers are invited to participate... Read more »

Community Calendar: April 22, 2015 – April 29, 2015

Today. Thursday, April 23  7pm—The Wall Las Memorias Northeast LA Community Health Forum at All Saints Episcopal Church Highland Park. Panel of medical researchers... Read more »

Metro Urges Public to Report Harassment

Responding to a survey that found that nearly one-fourth of riders were victims of unwanted sexual behavior on buses and trains, Metro introduced a public-information... Read more »

SR-710 Tren Ligero Podría Ser una Carga Para el Este de Los Ángeles

Los residentes del Este de Los Ángeles temen verse obligados una vez más a lidiar con la peor parte en el esfuerzo por mejorar el tráfico de la región. Ellos... Read more »

Monterey Park Police Officers Honored

 Three officers from the Monterey Park Police Department were recognized last week for making an impact on impaired driving in the city. The three officers, David... Read more »

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 »

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