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New Housing Complaint Filed Against Hollywood Landlord Jason Vogel

LOS ANGELES— A new lawsuit filed in Los Angeles superior court on Tuesday shows how one Hollywood landlord resorted to alleged fraud and negligence to make an end-run around city…

Assemblyman Mike Gatto Announces the DRONE Act of 2016

Sensible, comprehensive rules for the era of democratized aviation  Sacramento, CA – Assemblyman Mike Gatto announced a comprehensive solution to the challenges that drones pose, The Drone Registration/Omnibus Negligence-prevention Enactment (DRONE)…

Montebello Police Search for Stolen Minivan That Had Baby Inside

Montebello Police Search for Stolen Minivan That Had Baby Inside

Montebello police are asking for assistance in finding a Red Honda Odyssey CA. plates 6TRZ025. HMG-CN will update when available.…

Senator Mendoza Seeks Nominations for 32nd Senate District 2016 Woman of the Year

Sacramento – To celebrate Women’s History in March, Senator Tony Mendoza (D-Artesia) seeks nominations of women who are making a difference in their communities for his 2016 Woman of the Year…

Mayor Goedhart Announces Weekly “Office Hours” at La Palma City Hall 

La Palma’s Mayor, Gerard Goedhart, has announced that he will be having formal office hours, starting today, every Wednesday between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at La Palma City Hall, 7822…

Smithsonian Exhibition Coming to Cerritos Library January 3

Smithsonian Exhibition Coming to Cerritos Library January 3

  Cerritos City News Service In commemoration of the important history of Asian and Pacific Americans, Cerritos Library will present the exhibition “I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian…

Cerritos College Board Elects Officers

Cerritos College Board Elects Officers

  Dr. Shin Liu elected as President, Marisa Perez as Vice-President, Zurich Lewis as Board Clerk. By Tammye McDuff The Cerritos College Board of Trustees, at their December 9 meeting, elected…

TRASH THIEVES IN CERRITOS

TRASH THIEVES IN CERRITOS

The City of Cerritos’ three barrel trash system requires residents to separate regular trash, yard waste and recyclables. This system benefits the environment and lessens the volume of items destined…

Pathways Volunteer Hospice Fundraiser

Pathways Volunteer Hospice Fundraiser

Agatha Christie does not like people to “share” the endings of her stories with others because she feels it “ruins the experience when you see the play.” In fact, it…

ORANGE HOLIDAY CLASSIC: Valley Christian boys end tournament with two straight convincing wins

ORANGE HOLIDAY CLASSIC: Valley Christian boys end tournament with two straight convincing wins

By Loren Kopff FULLERTON-Through the first month of the regular season that saw the Valley Christian High boys basketball team play 15 games, the team was stricken with hard luck…