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Hillsides Charity Turns to Crowdfunding

A nonprofit group that provides services to needy and at-risk families, children and youth has launched a campaign through the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo to raise $5,000 to purchase sports and entertainment equipment for its “bare bones” recreation center.
categories Arts & CultureEconomyHealthNeighborhoodsScience & Technology

County Budget to Top $26 Billion

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday tentatively approved a recommended $26.054 billion budget for 2014-15.
categories City AffairsEconomyPolitics

Expanding Opportunities for CA Students

California lawmakers are considering two different proposals to increase educational opportunities for California students from the youngest to the oldest.
categories EducationPoliticsYouth

Walmart Opens Supercenter in South Gate

Retailer to host fun family celebration Saturday.
categories BusinessNeighborhoods

LAUSD Backs Call to End Deportations

Los Angeles Unified board members on Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution asking President Obama to stop the deportations they say are tearing families apart.
category City Affairs

Day of Music and Art Benefits the Homeless

Music, comedy and art were all part of a daylong festival to raise funds to help the homeless in Los Angeles.
categories Arts & CultureCity AffairsNeighborhoods

Student-Run Farmers Market Promotes Healthy Lifestyle

Students from 10 garden clubs throughout the Montebello Unified School District sold fresh, organic produce Saturday during the first farmers market of the year. The event focuses on promoting low-cost alternative produce and healthy eating habits.
categories EducationFoodGreen NewsHealth

Number of Measles Cases On the Rise

State public health officials are worried a large increase in the number of measles cases statewide is due to people intentionally avoiding vaccination for the highly preventable, but contagious viral disease.
category Health

Readers Debate Historic Preservation in Alhambra

While some Alhambra Source readers called on the city to prioritize historic preservation, others felt that property owners should take on that responsibility.
categories Arts & CultureCity AffairsFamily/Inter-generational NewsNeighborhoods

After Nearly 30 Year Absence, Musical Theatre Returns to Roosevelt High

Students and faculty join in production of ‘West Side Story.’
categories Arts & CultureEducationNeighborhoodsYouth
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