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Ground Broken On New Veteran Housing Project

Just in time for Memorial Day, ground was broken on the site of a new project to house homeless veterans in Northeast Los Angeles. The Marmion Way Apartments, located... Read more »

Undocumented Urged to Get Ready for Programs to Avoid Deportation

Tuesday was a bittersweet day for East Los Angeles resident Isabel Medina. It was the day she was supposed to become eligible to apply for a program protecting her... Read more »

Eastside Foot Patrols Next Step in Community Policing

Authorities Monday announced a program to double the number of police footbeat patrols in the Boyle Heights, Lincoln Heights and El Sereno areas. The “Hollenbeck... Read more »

Montebello City Council at Odds Over Budget

The use of $3.4 million in one-time funds to balance the city’s 2015-16 budget caused a rift on the Montebello City Council last week, splitting the council 3-2... Read more »

Montebello Approves Moratorium on Tattoo Parlors

There were no other tattoo shops in Montebello when Carpe Diem Tattoo Parlour opened for business earlier this year, now city officials are rushing to keep other... Read more »

Two Challengers Win School Board Races

Ref Rodriguez and Scott Mark Schmerelson will join the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education July 1, replacing Bennett Kayser and Tamar Galatzan,... Read more »

UC Tuition To Remain Steady Under Gov’s Budget

Tuition at UCLA and other University of California campuses across the state would remain steady through the 2016-17 academic year under proposed budget revisions... Read more »

Beverage Companies Back Plan to ‘Cut Sugar’ Consumption in Eastide

The soda industry and an anti-obesity nonprofit are joining forces to help people in four Los Angeles neighborhoods cut back on the amount of calories they consume... Read more »

Local Community College to Offer Bachelor’s Degree

Students wanting to pursue a career in automotive technology can improve their prospects in the job market by earning a Bachelor’s Degree from a local community... Read more »

Judge Approves $15 Million Herbalife Settlement

A Los Angeles federal judge signed off on a $15 million settlement of a class-action lawsuit brought by a former Herbalife Ltd. salesman who alleged the Los Angeles-based... Read more »

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