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State Court Panel Upholds Teacher Tenure

In a major victory for teachers’ unions, a state appeals court panel today overturned a Los Angeles judge’s ruling that struck down California’s laws granting... Read more »

Proyecto Jardin Out: Gardeners Can Stay

Ignoring the plea of a grassroots organization over its management of a community garden, the White Memorial Medical Center has announced it will partner with the... Read more »

L.A. County Supervisors Frustrated By Pace of Exide Cleanup

County workers have moved quickly to assess soil, arrange cleanup and reach out to 500 families living near the now-shuttered Exide Technologies battery recycling... 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 »

Write-In Candidate Leading in Vernon Race

Two votes may make the difference in Vernon’s latest election, according to a preliminary vote count that has a write-in candidate leading a longtime sitting councilman. Leticia... Read more »

Funds Raised to Support Academia Avance Student Trip

A dinner to raise funds to send students from Academia Avance Charter School to engage in a bold initiative to register 300 students in the Midwest to vote in the... Read more »

Montebello Partners with MUSD to Sell Bus Passes

Hoping to increase revenue and address declining ridership on the Montebello Bus Lines, the city of Montebello has launched a six-month pilot program aimed at getting... Read more »

Metro Begins Review of Draft $120 Billion Spending Plan

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is holding a series of community meetings in April to discuss a draft expenditure plan that... Read more »

‘Innovative’ Arts Grant Available to Nonprofits

An Eastside grant-making program is reaching out to art-related nonprofit groups seeking grant assistance to fund “new and innovative arts initiatives for furthering... Read more »

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