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Alhambra Source at 4: 'It Reminds Us That We’re Part of a Special Community, We Have a Voice, and Our Voice Matters'

Alhambra Source has worked with more than 100 community contributors in the past four years. They share how joining the Source transformed their perspective of Alhambra.
categories MediaNeighborhoods

County to Honor Ruben Salazar Friday

A special ceremony will be held Friday Aug. 29 in East Los Angeles to honor slain journalist Ruben Salazar, whose “life and death have became emblematic of the Chicano Rights movement of the 1970s, according to Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina.
categories MediaPoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Alhambra Source at 4: Our Most-read Stories of All Time

In the past four years, more than 100 community members have reached more than 300,000 readers with stories. Which are your favorites?
categories MediaNeighborhoods

Jasleen Singh Premieres Innovative ‘Sikh Monologues’

The evening brought to life the Sikh American experience through spoken word, narrative stories, and skits.
category Arts & Culture

LAUSD Makes Major Changes to Discipline Policy

A major shift in how Los Angeles Unified handles issues related to student discipline was announced Monday by district officials.
category Education

County Calls on Governor to Force Lead Cleanup

Soil being removed at two homes; no more scheduled.
categories BusinessGreen NewsHealthPublic Safety

‘Poison’ Warning Issued On Some Skin Creams from Mexico

Mercury poisoning has been associated with some unlabeled and hand-labeled skin creams from Mexico, prompting state health officials to warn consumers to avoid the products.
category Health

Communities Stand Against Crime

Thousands of southland residents took a stand against crime Tuesday night, joining neighbors and law enforcement at events making the 31st Annual National Night Out.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsNeighborhoodsPublic Safety

City and County Collaborate to Provide Services to Homeless

County, health and law enforcement representatives joined Councilmember Jose Huizar CD-14 on Tuesday to announce the launching of a “first-of-its kind” city and county collaboration to bring homeless services directly to people living on the streets of Skid Row through the City’s Operation Healthy Streets (OHS) program.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsWeathering the Storm

Vernon Business Goes Green

Solar panel installation will help ease city’s electric grid.
categories Green NewsNeighborhoods
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