February 1, 2018 by · 4 Comments 

Today We Say Adios and Thank You

When Eastern Group Publications announced last August our intentions to sell the newspaper group, we truly believed there was someone waiting in the wings with the... Read more »

Panel: California Dream of Zero Emissions on Rapid Path to Reality

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California could reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 – that’s the prediction by a panel of clean-energy experts gathered in Sacramento... Read more »

Task Force Arrests Suspect In Church Fires

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – A 25-year-old man arrested in connection with a series of arson fires and vandalism targeting houses of worship throughout Southern California,... Read more »

Home Is Where the Health Is – How Cities and States Can Address the Affordable Housing Crisis

Housing affordability is a pressing issue for communities across the United States, with roughly 39 million U.S. households—including nearly half of all renters... Read more »

Children’s Health Program Renewed For Six Years

A brief, partial shutdown of the federal government ended Monday, as the Senate and House approved legislation that would keep federal dollars flowing until Feb.... Read more »

Health Exec With Ties to White Memorial to Retire

Beth Zachary, who led Boyle Heights-based White Memorial for 15 years before rising to senior vice president of parent company Adventist Health, where she also serves... Read more »

Bell Gardens Improves Grade In State Tobacco Report

A City Council decision last August to make parks and recreation areas smoke-free has improved Bell Gardens’ grade in the American Lung Association State of Tobacco... Read more »

Fire at Boyle Heights Church Called ‘Suspicious’ – Community Outraged

A “suspicious” fire damaged a Catholic church in Boyle Heights that also serves as a center for community activism this morning, and an investigation is underway... Read more »

Fire Damages Resurrection Church in Boyle Heights

A “suspicious” fire damaged a Catholic church in Boyle Heights that also serves as a center for community activism this morning, and an investigation is underway... Read more »

Homeless Count Moves Into Metro and Southern LA County

The three-day 2018 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count, which got underway Tuesday night with thousands of volunteers taking to the streets of San Fernando, Santa... Read more »

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