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July 12, 2019 Hews Media Group-Los Cerritos Community Newspaper eNewspaper

July 12, 2019 Hews Media Group-Los Cerritos Community Newspaper eNewspaper

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EXCLUSIVE: Possible Ransomeware Virus Shuts Down Montebello Unified School District Computer System

EXCLUSIVE: Possible Ransomeware Virus Shuts Down Montebello Unified School District Computer System

  July 12, 2019, 2:40 PM BY BRIAN HEWS Hews Media Group-Los Cerritos Community News has obtained an email that indicates the Montebello Unified School District computer system has been…

SUNDANCE CERRITOS RESIDENTS COMPLAIN OF LOUD TRAFFIC

SUNDANCE CERRITOS RESIDENTS COMPLAIN OF LOUD TRAFFIC

BY BRIAN HEWS At the regular June 24 Cerritos City Council meeting, a Sundance resident  spoke at public comment complaining about the constant traffic travelling down Bloomfield after exiting from…

Bid for ABC Unified School District Bond Lower Than Predicted

Bid for ABC Unified School District Bond Lower Than Predicted

  FROM ABCUSD NEWS SERVICES Cerritos, CA: Last November, voters approved Measure BB, a $258 million bond to improve and enhance the schools in the ABC Unified School District. On…

Asm. Cristina Garcia’s ‘Dumb Bill,’ Along With Actions of the General Manager, Prove Costly to Central Basin Water’s Bottom Line and Employees

Asm. Cristina Garcia’s ‘Dumb Bill,’  Along With Actions of the General Manager, Prove Costly to Central Basin Water’s Bottom Line and Employees

Central Basin GM Kevin Hunt BY BRIAN HEWS The hefty attorney’s fees at Central Basin Municipal Water District (CB), which have hit over $53,000 per month during the past six…

City of Orange November Special Election Cancelled as Part of Settlement Agreement Related to Voting Rights Case

From city of Orange As part of a settlement reached with Plaintiffs Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP) and Luis Ortiz-Franco, the special at-large election originally scheduled for November 5,…

2019 Queen Mary Dark Harbor Special Ticket Offer-Only $10

2019 Queen Mary Dark Harbor Special Ticket Offer-Only $10

  STAFF REPORT The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor, Southern California’s most authentically terrifying haunt, is celebrating its 10th anniversary of terrors by once again resurrecting the legendary ghost stories from…

CHAMPIONS CUP: Athletics 14-U team has ups and downs in Champions Cup, prepares for Legacy Showcase

CHAMPIONS CUP: Athletics 14-U team has ups and downs in Champions Cup, prepares for Legacy Showcase

By Loren Kopff @LorenKopff on Twitter   IRVINE, CA. ~ The action is heating up and there is no time to waste for the Cerritos-based Athletics 14-Under travel softball team,…

Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District Free and Reduced-Price Meals School Year 2019-2020

Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District Free and Reduced-Price Meals School Year 2019-2020

  THE FREE and reduced-prince eligibly scale for meals based on federal guidelines with, starting on far right, household size and yearly, monthly, bi weekly and weekly income rates. If…

Soroptimists’ Live Your Dream Scholarship Awards

Soroptimists’ Live Your Dream Scholarship Awards

    CERRITOS COLLEGE students Francisca Lezama Conde and Rachael Zuniga-De La Rosa were recognized for winning the “Live Your Dream” Scholarship from the Soroptimist International of Cerritos-Artesia at the…