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County to Honor Ruben Salazar Friday

A special ceremony will be held Friday Aug. 29 in East Los Angeles to honor slain journalist Ruben Salazar, whose “life and death have became emblematic of the... Read more »

Cedillo Inaugurates New Field Office, New Music Fest

Councilman Gilbert Cedillo welcomed stakeholders in the First Council District to his new field office in Highland Park last Friday. The outdoor evening affair included... Read more »

Boyle Heights Marijuana Farmers Market Could Face Injuction

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge said Wednesday she was inclined to issue a preliminary injunction aimed at closing a medical marijuana “farmers market” that... Read more »

County ‘Concierge’ to Assist Entrepreneurs

  (CNS)––The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted this month to create a one-stop shop to help small business owners navigate the requirements... Read more »

Bell Gardens Library Expands Hours

Effective Sept. 2 the County of Los Angeles Public Library will restore service hours at the Bell Gardens Library that were previously reduced in 2009. The restoration... Read more »

Metrolink Train Strikes Man in Boyle Heights

(CNS)––A male was struck and killed by a Riverside-bound Metrolink train in Boyle Heights Monday, authorities said. The deceased’s age was not immediately... Read more »

Man Stabbed in Boyle Heights Parking Lot

(CNS)––A man was stabbed in the abdomen in a Boyle Heights parking lot after a verbal dispute with another man, a police officer said Monday. It happened just... Read more »

Seniors Feel They Were Duped Into Attending Senior Center Meeting

It was advertised as a meeting to discuss how to spend money earmarked for improvements to the Highland Park Senior Center, but according to seniors at the meeting,... Read more »

Monterey Park Adds E-Cigarettes to Smoking Ban

Even though he considers himself an advocate of the e-cigarette lifestyle, Andy Han, owner of the Vape Unit in Monterey Park, says he agrees with the city’s recent... Read more »

Metro Narrows Routes for Gold Line East Down to Two

Metro officials have released tentative plans for an extension of light rail passenger train service to east of Los Angeles, and now cities along the possible routes... Read more »

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