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Eagle Rock Businesses One Step Closer to Longer Hours

Eagle Rock businesses could soon be allowed to stay open later now that the Los Angeles City Council has voted to approve changes to the Colorado Boulevard. Specific Plan, Councilman Jose Huizar announced Tuesday.
categories BusinessCity AffairsNeighborhoods

Vernon Sets Special Election for Feb. 2015

The Vernon City Council Tuesday unanimously scheduled a special election for Feb. 17, 2015 to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Councilman Michael Ybarra.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

Walmart Hiring Holiday Workers

Expecting to see a 2%-3% increase in sales over last year, retailers are already gearing up for the holiday shopping season, including Walmart, which recently announced the company plans to hire more than 60,000 seasonal workers nationwide.
category Business

Bell Gardens Does Away With Blue Recycling Bins

Residents traded in their blue recycling bins last week for an extra black trash bin, turning the job of sorting recyclables over to the city’s trash hauler, Athens Services.
categories Green NewsNeighborhoods

Commerce Wholesaler ‘Charges’ Up

The largest retailer-owned wholesale grocery cooperative in the western United States, Commerce-based Unified Grocers, unveiled 12 new electric car-recharging stations on Monday.
categories BusinessGreen NewsNeighborhoods

Biologist Sheldrake Gets Doshi Bridgebuilder Award

The Navin & Pratima Doshi Bridgebuilder Award was presented to biologist and author Dr Rupert Sheldrake at Loyola Marymount University on Sept 16.
categories Arts & CultureEducationReligion/Spirituality

Montebello Hills Project Once Again Under Review

A controversial project to build housing in an area known as the Montebello Hills is gaining traction again with the re-release of a draft environmental impact report (DEIR), which is now available for review and comment.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsGreen NewsNeighborhoodsPublic Safety

MUSD Kicks Off ‘War on Hunger’ Food Drive

The Montebello Unified School District kicked off its 6th Annual War on Hunger Food Drive this week at Bell Gardens Intermediate School.
categories EconomyEducationFamily/Inter-generational NewsFood

Huntington Park Soccer Field Named After Sen. De Leon

Vernon provided bulk of funding as a ‘good neighbor gesture.’
categories NeighborhoodsSports

Mexican Culture On Parade

Thousands of spectators lined Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard in East Los Angeles last Sunday to take in the colorful 68th Annual Mexican Independence Parade.
category Arts & Culture
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