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Bell Gardens Turns Deficit to Surplus

After a year of cuts to staff, citywide events and expenses, the city of Bell Gardens has turned a $1.1 million deficit into a $293,000 surplus. The city manager,... Read more »

‘Storying Wyvernwood’ – The CSULA Exhibit

A multimedia exhibit resulting from a year-long collaboration between Cal State L.A. students and faculty and residents of an eastside Los Angeles neighborhood –... Read more »

‘Bow Wowing’ the Competition

From cocker spaniels and beagles to Chihuahuas and mixed breeds, dozens of cute and some not so cute dogs showed off their looks and some crazy doggy styles at a... Read more »

‘Collegebound’ Students Get a Closer Look at CSULA

Eager to learn more about getting into college, students from throughout the Montebello Unified School District toured the Cal State LA campus, hoping to get a jumpstart... Read more »

Monterey Park Water Rate Hike Worries Seniors

  Worried about the impact to seniors and people on fixed incomes, Monterey Park residents at a community outreach meeting last week voiced their concerns about... Read more »

L.A. Council Committee Working on Permit Plan for Street Vendors

Caridad Vazquez was among the dozens of street vendors who appeared before a Los Angeles City Council committee Tuesday in support of legalizing street vending in... Read more »

Commerce Recall Fails: City Councilmember Calls Fraud

A months-long campaign to recall four of the five City of Commerce council members has failed to qualify for the ballot and on Tuesday, the targets of the recall... Read more »

Mexican Dresses: A Cinco de Mayo Tradition

For Martha Medina, owner of Olveritas Village on Olvera Street at the El Pueblo Historical Monument in downtown Los Angeles, Cinco de Mayo represents another opportunity... Read more »

Sheriff Candidates Face Off in Boyle Heights

Candidates vying to head the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department were at the Hollenbeck Youth Center in Boyle Heights last week to take part in a debate that... Read more »

Athens ‘Evergreen’ Contract Raises Concerns In Bell Gardens

Dozens of concerned residents filled the Bell Gardens council chamber Monday when a proposed contract with Athens’ trash hauling services sparked passionate pleas... Read more »

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