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Developers Told to Adjust ‘Affordable’ Rent Criteria

New “affordable” housing planned for Boyle Heights will be too expensive for the eastside neighborhood’s low-income residents, affordable housing developers... Read more »

LA County Board Votes to Remove ICE Agents in Jails

Supervisors Hilda Solis and Mark Ridley-Thomas recommended that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department consult with community organizations and re-evaluate... Read more »

Mental Health Awareness Coming to Montebello Schools

Social workers at all four high schools in the Montebello Unified School District will conduct interactive activities next week to teach students techniques aimed... Read more »

Minimum Wage Hike Gets Big Boost in L.A.

The minimum wage in Los Angeles would rise to $15 an hour by 2020 for large employers, with a one-year delay for businesses with 25 or fewer workers, under a proposal... Read more »

Increase in Homeless in L.A. County

The number of homeless people living in a vast swath of Los Angeles County jumped by 16 percent over the past two years, according to figures released Tuesday by... Read more »

Report: Nearly 30 Percent Fail to Show up to Jury Duty

Nearly 30 percent of Los Angeles County residents who received a jury summons between 2012 and 2014 failed to show up, while nearly 18 percent in Orange County failed... Read more »

‘An L.A. Journey- The Story of Lorenzo Alfredo’

With an opening song in the indigenous Guatemalan language of K’iche, Lorenzo’s journey begins at the CASA 0101 Theatre in Boyle Heights. The production tells... Read more »

Congresswoman Recognizes Artists

Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard honored five young female artists this week during her 22nd Annual Student Art Competition. “Every year, I eagerly look forward... Read more »

Council Explores Challenge to Commerce Election

Commerce Councilman Ivan Altamirano says the recent action taken by four members of the city council, which in theory could undo the results of the city’s recent... Read more »

Commission Supports Montebello Hills Project

After postponing a decision for an additional two weeks, the Montebello Planning Commission on Tuesday voted 4-1 to support a 488-acre housing project that has been... Read more »

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