Sample Ad Code

Socialize

Home » Archives by category » City News

Wanted Couple Targets Hawaiian Gardens, Cerritos Locations With Fraudulent Access Cards

Wanted Couple Targets Hawaiian Gardens, Cerritos Locations With Fraudulent Access Cards

By Randy Economy Residents in and around the Hawaiian Gardens and Cerritos area are being asked by Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Parks Bureau to be on…

April 18 Los Cerritos Community News E-edition

Click here to view digital edition.…

UPDATE at 11:30 p.m.: Bright Avenue in Whittier Scene of Hostage Situation

UPDATE at 11:30 The standoff still continues on Bright Avenue in Whittier some seven hours after it began. Residents living in the apartment complex where the standoff is taking place…

Cerritos to Hold Annual Spring Festival

Cerritos to Hold Annual Spring Festival

By Ellen Joo The City of Cerritos will be holding their annual Spring Festival to celebrate its fifty-eighth anniversary at the Cerritos Sports Complex and will take place from Friday,…

Peter Cottontail is seen at Golden Park in Downey

Peter Cottontail is seen at Golden Park in Downey

By Tammye McDuff Golden Park had a seasonal guardian make an appearance to dozens of delighted children, Saturday, April 12th. Peter Cottontail gave a fresh new twist to the revisited…

Artesia Historical Society Honors Artesia-Cerritos Women’s Club at Victorian Tea

Artesia Historical Society Honors Artesia-Cerritos Women’s Club at Victorian Tea

By Delores Eveland On Sunday April 6, 2014 the Artesia Historical Society honored the Woman’s Club of Artesia-Cerritos with a Victorian Tea launching the celebration of their 100 years (1915-2015)…

Cerritos Council Gives Final Approval on $275K Art Piece

By Randy Economy The Cerritos City Council has put their final stamp of approval on a new art piece that will sit inside the cities ever growing Sculpture Garden located…

Sally Havice Takes on Corruption in Campaign for State Senate

Sally Havice Takes on Corruption in Campaign for State Senate

By Tammye McDuff Sally Morales Havice has lived her entire life in southeast Los Angeles. She was born in Los Angeles. Throughout her career as a college professor, school board…

 Artesia City Council Enters E-Cigarette Fray

By Rico Dizon With electronic cigarette shops and retailers fast proliferating streets and neighborhoods across Southern California, more cities in the region are quickly resorting to local laws that will…

Twelve Local Elected Officials Demand LAUSD’s Deasy Fire James Roybal

Twelve Local Elected Officials Demand LAUSD’s Deasy Fire James Roybal

    By Randy Economy and Pete Parker In a letter sent to LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy, a dozen local elected officials have demanded that embattled Central Basin Municipal Water…

Page 1 of 146123Next ›Last »