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AQMD to Take Public Input Over Proposed Exide Closure

Air quality and local officials are urging residents to testify at a hearing on the South Coast Air Quality Management District’s (SCAQMD) petition to shut down... Read more »

Tempers Flair at Bell Gardens Council Meeting

Door-to-door campaigning, phone banks and campaign mailers may have ended in the City of Bell Gardens since the election results came in earlier this month, but... Read more »

Montebello, Commerce Approve Asset Swap

The cities of Commerce and Montebello have entered into an agreement that each municipality is calling a win-win situation for its residents. As part of the deal,... Read more »

Group Questions Autry FEMA Spending on Southwest Museum

Holding signs that read, “Autry: Free the Southwest Museum!” and chanting “Open the doors!” a group of activists gathered Wednesday morning in front of the... Read more »

Veterans Continue Service With Weekly Clean-Up of ‘Memorial of Brotherhood’

This Sunday morning a group of veterans will gather at the El Pueblo Historic Monument at Father Serra Park in Downtown Los Angeles to provide a small service to... Read more »

Commerce Bristow Neighborhood Recovers from Tanker Fire Scare

A City of Commerce neighborhood is recovering this week from a real scare, but it has nothing to do with Halloween ghosts or haunted houses. Their scare came from... Read more »

White Memorial: On a 100 Year Mission of Service

“Our faith and vision have brought us through numerous crisis and changes for 100 years and we will continue our excellent service for decades to come.” –... Read more »

Huntington Park Updates Vernon on $624k Donation For Soccer Field

Construction may soon begin on a new Huntington Park soccer field, a project that is moving forward with the help of a half million-dollar contribution from the... Read more »

Elected Officials, Residents Scold State Regulators for Exide’s Continued Non-Compliance

Three elected officials on Tuesday expressed their commitment to helping residents of Boyle Heights and others affected communities shut down a lead acid battery... Read more »

Governor Signs Immigrant Driver’s License Bill Into Law

With hundreds of labor and immigrant-rights activists looking on, Gov. Jerry Brown sat at a desk outside Los Angeles City Hall today and signed into law a bill that... Read more »

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