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Monterey Park Library Holds Earthquake Preparedness Workshop

 In response to recent earthquakes, the Monterey Park Bruggemeyer will host a workshop to help residents get earthquake ready. Registered civil and geotechnical... Read more »

Huizar Accuser to Expand Lawsuit Against City

 A former aide to Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar wants to expand her lawsuit, which alleges retaliation and sexual harassment. Francine Godoy sued both... Read more »

SoCalGas Co. Says to Call 811 Before Digging

 Southern California Gas Co. reminded anyone with plans to dig to call 811 first to have underground utility lines marked. “April is National Safe Digging Month,”... Read more »

Job Seekers to Descend on Dodger Stadium Saturday

Employers from a variety of industries will be accepting job applications and resumes Saturday at the 19th Annual Community Job Fair at Dodger Stadium. The event... Read more »

Body Found in Boyle Heights Identified

The body of 36 year-old Lorenza Arellano was found yesterday morning around 10 a.m. in the lake at Hollenbeck Park according to the coroner’s office. The woman’s... Read more »

BREAKING: Senate Suspends Three Senators Facing Legal Troubles

The state Senate voted Friday to suspend three of its members, including Senators Roderick Wright, D-Inglewood, and Ron Calderon, D-Montebello, both of whom are... Read more »

Woman Pleads No Contest in Boyle Heights Cyclist Death

A 21-year-old Los Angeles woman pleaded no contest Tuesday to vehicular manslaughter and other charges stemming from the death of a cyclist in Boyle Heights. Wendy... Read more »

Monterey Park City Hall to Reopen Fridays

Monterey Park city hall will reopen on Fridays beginning April 1, now that the city has done away with previously imposed furloughs that forced a cut in employee... Read more »

Garcetti Unveils Website to Track L.A. Spending

With his proposed budget due out next month, Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled a website that provides information about the city’s spending history. Garcetti said... Read more »

Council Approves Settlement In Crash Involving Huizar

 The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a $185,000 settlement Wednesday with a private investigator whose car was rear-ended by a city-owned vehicle... Read more »

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