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Nothing New at ‘State of the City’ Forum

It was an effort to get residents in East and Northeast Los Angeles civically engaged, but turnout for the “State of the City” forum in Boyle Heights last Saturday was sparse, with most of those in attendance already regulars at community meetings and forums.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

Students Inspire Law to Teach Mexican Repatriation History

A trip to Bell Gardens Elementary led Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia to introduce a bill that would encourage California schools to teach about the unconstitutional deportation of over one million U.S. Citizens and lawful residents of Mexican descent from California in the 1920s.
categories EducationPoliticsRace/Ethnic RelationsYouth

Grant Fuels ‘Promise’ to Boyle Heights

Proyecto Pastoral on Wednesday received a $300,000 grant from AT&T to expand Promesa Boyle Heights, an initiative to increase graduation rates and college success for at-risk youth in Boyle Heights.
categories BusinessEducationNeighborhoodsYouth

‘Paying It Forward’ at Montebello Resource Center’s Final Hoorah

The Hook Up is moving to El Monte.
category Neighborhoods

Students Learn More Than Just An Instrument

Suva Elementary holds first winter concert.
categories Arts & CultureEducation

South Korea Indicts Uber CEO

South Korean prosecutors have indicted the CEO and local subsidiary of Uber for operating an illegal taxi service, becoming the latest roadblock for the ride-sharing app.
categories BusinessCrimeInternational AffairsJusticeScience & Technology

Monterey Park Puts Bicycle Master Plan in Motion

Five cities in the San Gabriel Valley have each unanimously approved master bike plans that will expand bike lanes in the region. Bicyclists in the lead city, Monterey Park, may see some of these improvements as soon as spring 2015.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoods

New Boyle Heights Work Center Promotes Local Jobs

The Boyle Heights/East WorkSource Center is the 14th of 17 job centers being made over as part of citywide $36 million effort to push down the unemployment rate.
categories BusinessCity AffairsEconomyNeighborhoods

Fil-Am Attorney Appointed to LA Superior Court

Rob Villeza was sworn in on Thursday, Dec. 11, as a judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court.
categories City AffairsJustice

Fil-Am Named California Teacher of the Year

A Filipino-American was selected as one of the five California Teachers of the Year.
category Education
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