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Jaimes, Bermudez, Ian Calderon debate turns into a two man show

Jaimes, Bermudez, Ian Calderon debate turns into a two man show

By Brian Hews A much anticipated debate between the three candidates running in the newly created 57th Assembly District turned out to be a two man show due to the…

Controversial e-mails between Noguez and Salari to be released by Los Cerritos Community Newspaper on Friday

Controversial e-mails between Noguez and Salari to be released by Los Cerritos Community Newspaper on Friday

By Brian Hews Los Cerritos Community Newspaper will be publishing hundreds of internal emails between embattled Los Angeles County Assessor John R. Noguez and controversial Arizona tax agent Ramin Salari,…

“Beethoven’s Ninth” Inside And Out—Pacific Symphony Ends Classical Season With a Festival of Music Featuring a Fusion of Magnificent Voices, Sublime Symphonic Sounds

  In addition to concerts, first “Pacific Symphony Plazacast,” presented in association with Segerstrom Center for the Arts, takes place Saturday, June 2, with wall projection of live performance on…

Judge John Lawson featured at Cerritos Community Prayer Breakfast next Wednesday

By Brian Hews Long Beach Superior Court Judge John C. Lawson will be the keynote speaker for the 12th Annual Cerritos Community Prayer Breakfast that will take place on Wednesday,…

LA Times City Editor responds to Hawkins in statement to LCCN

LA Times City Editor responds to Hawkins in statement to LCCN

By Brian Hews and Jerry Bernstein Central Basin Water District Board incumbent Phil Hawkins went on the attack Monday taking on his two rivals for recent statements made in Los…

GETS BEER! Suspect wanted who stole 18-pack of beer in La Mirada

GETS BEER! Suspect wanted who stole 18-pack of beer in La Mirada

Norwalk Sheriff’s are looking for a suspect who apparently was involved in stealing an 18 pack of Bud Light Beer from a Rite Aid in La Mirada. On May 5,…

THINK Community Resources Fair slated for this Saturday at Graves Middle School

WHITTIER, Calif. — To provide assistance to individuals and families in need, the Whittier Area Community Resource Fair will be held on Saturday, May 12 from 10 a.m. to 2…

Freeway Drive at Alondra and Marquardt to be shut down for expansion

Santa Fe Springs – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will fully close a segment of Freeway Drive in both directions between Alondra Boulevard and Marquardt Avenue for approximately one…

17 year old survives six gunshot wounds after attack at Maidstone and Mapledale in Norwalk

 By Brian Hews A 17-year old male is lucky to be alive after being shot six times on Monday night at the intersection of Mapledale Avenue and Maidstone Avenue in…

‘Tattooed Photographer’ arrested for lewd act on a child in Cypress

‘Tattooed Photographer’ arrested for lewd act on a child in Cypress

Cypress Police have arrested an adult male after he allegedly lured a child with intent to commit a lewd act. The incident took place on Monday, April 30, at approximately…