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MUSD Postpones Decision on Layoffs

Over 300 Montebello Unified School District jobs on the chopping block were saved at least for now as district officials try to come up with a plan to make up a... Read more »

Central Basin to Appoint Three New Directors to Board

Hoping to restore the public’s trust in the scandal-ridden Central Basin Municipal Water District, the makeup of the agency’s board of directors will soon change... Read more »

Man Pleads No Contest in Stabbing Death of AAA Driver

A 41-year-old man pleaded no contest Tuesday to fatally stabbing an AAA driver who was helping the defendant’s mother in Pico Rivera last year. Tobias Ruben Cabrera... Read more »

Community Calendar: Dec. 1, 2016 – Dec. 7, 2016

Today, Thursday, Dec. 1 6-7pm – Bell Gardens Holiday Lighting Display at the Neighborhood Youth Center. Enjoy music, hot chocolate and holiday decorations. Ages:... Read more »

We Need This Thanksgiving

More than any time in recent history, it’s clear the country needs to take time out to celebrate Thanksgiving. This has been a grueling year. The divisive presidential... Read more »

Community Calendar: Nov. 24, 2016 – Nov. 30, 2016

Sun., Nov. 29 5pm–85th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade Featuring Floats, Bands, Celebrities, and Santa of course. Singer, Actress Olivia Newton-John serves as... Read more »

Community Calendar: Nov. 17, 2017 – Nov. 23, 2017

Today, Nov. 17 3:30-4:30pm–Celebrate Native American Heritage Month at Malabar Library and craft your very own “Dreamcatcher.” According to Native American... Read more »

Say No to Measure M and Start Over

Measure M is about two L.A.’s. One is the invisible L.A., our L.A., the Southeast and South Bay parts of the county. The L.A. that is invisible to the people who... Read more »

Community Calendar: Nov. 3, 2016 – Nov. 9, 2016

Today, Thursday, Nov. 3 5:30pm – Hecho a Mano/Hand Made Fall Decorations at the Commerce Veterans Library. Join fellow DIY-ers for and make a paper turkey. Event... Read more »

The Worst Thing That Could Come Out of the Election: ‘Latinos Didn’t Vote’

For more than thirty-five years, we at EGP have been driven to nearly pulling our hair out when we hear politicians and the media say, “Latinos don’t vote.” This... Read more »

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