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Exide’s Latest Trouble Is Good News to Locals

A festive ‘convivio,’ or small gathering was held Monday at Resurrection Church in Boyle Heights, a venue where residents normally voice their concerns over... Read more »

Vernon’s ‘Business Friendly’ Title Questioned

In 1997 when Princess Paper, Inc. President Abraham Hakimi started his business, he decided to locate it in Vernon because the city was “very advantageous” and... Read more »

Let’s Revive Neighborhood Watch

We’ve noticed that many of the neighborhood watch signs we’ve come across lately are old and in disrepair. To us, it’s an indication that what was once a significant... Read more »

Community Calendar: August 21, 2014 – August 27, 2014

Today, Thur., Aug. 21 1-4pm—Affordable Care Act Information at Chet Holifeld Library in Montebello. Experts will be present to answer questions and concerns. Library... Read more »

County Calls on Governor to Force Lead Cleanup

The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to send a letter to Gov. Jerry Brown urging him to force the cleanup of contaminated soil around homes near the Exide battery... Read more »

Community Calendar: August 14, 2014 – August 20, 2014

Today, Thursday, August 14 4:30-5:30pm—Teens: East Los Angeles College Presentation at City Terrace Library. ELAC rep will answer questions about enrolling &... Read more »

Vernon Business Goes Green

The heavily industrial city of Vernon will soon reduce its greenhouse emissions through a partnership that will lead to the installation of a solar rooftop that... Read more »

Arroyo vista Family Health Center Back to School Health Fair

Aug. 9 10am-3pm—Get the family ready for the new school year with free health screenings for diabetes, asthma, obesity, blood pressure, vision, dental and more.... Read more »

Community Calendar: August 7, 2014 – August 13, 2014

Today, Aug. 7 6:30-8:30pm—Closing Summer Concert at Montebello City Park With “Cold Duck.” Fun for whole family. Music & dancing. Park: 1300 W. Whittier... Read more »

DWP Infrastructure Failures Not Rate Payers Fault

Nothing frustrated us more this week than watching 20 million gallons of water going down the drain unabated, and causing major damage to the UCLA campus and surrounding... Read more »

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