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Montebello Takes a Closer Look at Grade Separation

Montebello residents will receive an update on the progress of the Montebello Corridor Grade Separation project next Tuesday during a community open house hosted... Read more »

Mariachi Stage Makes Room for Classical Music

“Violins up,” Michael Hudson-Medina instructs his students. Tucking their violins under their chins, eyes on the sheet music in front of them, they begin to... Read more »

‘Reaching for the Future’ at the L.A. Boys and Girls Club

Quality after school programs, tutoring and mentoring programs that are affordable and culturally sensitive can be hard to find in many of Los Angeles’ ethnically... Read more »

Demands to Expand Exide Test Area Grow

At the first public hearing since the governor signed legislation to appropriate $176.6 million for the testing and cleanup of residential properties surrounding... Read more »

County Parks Need More Money

Parks in Los Angeles County need more money to pay for everything from better lighting and equipment to more police and recreational programs, according to a needs... Read more »

The Critical 0 to 5 Learning Years

Los Angeles resident and mother Gesele McGlothin enjoys her role as educator to her two children, ages five and one. Spending time talking, reading and singing has... Read more »

Special Needs Youth ‘STAR’ In Bell Gardens

In a wheelchair, only able to control his eyes, mouth, and fingers, Ruben Martinez felt alone and misunderstood for most of his life. In desperation, he would day... Read more »

Justices Appear Divided On Immigration Case

The atmosphere was celebratory, as if they had already won. In reality, victory, defeat or a draw in a case that could determine the future of millions of immigrants... Read more »

MUSD Union Negotiations At Impasse

Sporting navy blue shirts and wearing “Union Strong” buttons, over 150 teachers, counselors, nurses and other certified personnel of the Montebello Unified School... Read more »

City of L.A. Seeking ‘Ideas’ to Revitalize Lincoln Heights Jail

Hoping to breathe new life into a favorite canvass of taggers and graffiti vandals, city planners are reaching out to “potential development partners” to gauge... Read more »

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