_____________________________ ST. NORBERT CHURCH           RATES _______________________

Socialize

Home » Archives by category » City News (Page 287)

ABC Joins Collaborative Program with Tri City Medical Center to Fight Obesity

ABC Joins Collaborative Program with Tri City Medical Center to Fight Obesity

Child Obesity is now considered a nationwide problem. Recognizing this the ABC School Board approved a resolution at its July 17 meeting creating a collaborative program to address childhood obesity…

Hawaiian Gardens Accused of Violating Brown Act

Hawaiian Gardens Accused of Violating Brown Act

By Jerry Bernstein In what could be a prelude to next year’s council race to fill three seats that are up for re-election, Pete Schnaufer, Business Agent for the employees’…

Fill The Boot Campaign Raises Money for MDA

Fill The Boot Campaign Raises Money for MDA

District Attorney creates “hot line” for criminal tips inside LA County Assessor’s Office

By Brian Hews In a highly unusual move, the Los Angeles County District Attorney has established a new 24-hour a day hot line for employees who work inside the Los…

Traffic investigators seek information in Bellflower Hit and Run

Traffic investigators are asking for the public’s help in solving a hit-and-run accident that injured a 13 year-old boy who was riding his bike in Bellflower in June. The collision…

EXCLUSIVE: BP Oil Received $1 Billion in Property Tax Reduction from Assessor Noguez’ Office

EXCLUSIVE: BP Oil Received $1 Billion in Property Tax Reduction from Assessor Noguez’ Office

Copyright: Los Cerritos  Community Newspaper Use by attribution only. By Brian Hews and  Brian Hews One of the world’s  largest oil producers, BP (formerly British Petroleum), received more than $1…

Motorcyclist Leads Police on Chase Through Cerritos

A lone motorcyclist lead police helicopters through Cerritos this morning reaching speeds of over 100 mph while traveling down Shoemaker. The chase began around 8:30 a.m. when officers tried to…

BREAKING: Man Arrested After ‘Dark Knight’ Gun Threat Made at AMC Norwalk 20 Complex

By Brian Hews Norwalk Sheriff’s halted the threat of a movie-goer on Sunday night during an airing of the controversial “Batman Dark Knight” after he made a loud scream that…

White substance found in suspicious envelope at Paramount Studios

By Brian Hews Rescue workers called; no injuries reported Members of the Los Angeles City Fire Department responded to famed Paramount Studios in Hollywood on Monday afternoon after it was…

LA County Assessor’s union to vote on ‘competency’ of Noguez

By Brian Hews Rank and file employees of the Los Angeles County Assessor’s office are being asked to vote on the competency of Assessor John R. Noguez who is the…

Iconic Astronaut Sally Ride passes away at 61

Groundbreaking Astronaut Sally Ride has died after a courageous 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 61 years old. In a statement from her publicist, Ride “lived her life to…

Cerritos Parking Citations Increased

The fines for designated parking prohibitions and restrictions were increased to $26 effective July 1.  Greg Berg, Director of Community and Safety Services, said the increase will allow the City…

CERRITOS Weekly Crime Summary July 9-15, 2012

CERRITOS Weekly Crime Summary July 9-15, 2012

Part I felony cases reported to the Cerritos Sheriff’s Station last week totaled 19, down from 27 the previous week. While robberies, residential and commercial burglaries increased, vehicle burglaries and…

Artesia Amends Ordinance on Food Trucks

Artesia Amends Ordinance on Food Trucks

By Rico Dizon A new ordinance (No. 12-784)  “regulating the sale of food, food products, ice cream, goods or merchandise from motor vehicles, and amending the Artesia municipal code” might…

Hawaiian Gardens Veterans Memorial Contract Awarded

Hawaiian Gardens Veterans Memorial Contract Awarded

The Hawaiian Gardens City Council awarded a low bid of $495,336 to Southbay Landscaping, Inc. of Inglewood to construct a new Veterans Memorial Plaza located at Civic Center Drive and…

Two Olympic Bronze Medals Stolen from Artesia Home

Two Olympic Bronze Medals Stolen from Artesia Home

The medals awarded to Rusty Smith, a two-time Olympian were taken from his parents’ home in Artesia sometime Thursday, according to the Lakewood Sheriff’s Station. The two-time Olympian told NBC4…

Artesia Survey Shows Residents Value City Services, Want More Local Control Over Funds

According to a recent community survey, residents of Artesia want to protect and maintain their local community services, placing a high degree of importance on protecting public safety services and…

Real Estate Agent Jong Hwan Huh arrested in $400K Real Estate Fraud Scheme based in Lomita area

By Brian Hews A Southern California real estate agent has been arrested in a scheme that allegedly bilked hundreds of thousands of dollars from unsuspecting victims. Licensed Real Estate Agent,…

15-year old arrested, charged with Murder after Thursday attack near Ramona Park that left 18-year old dead

By Brian Hews Members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department have confirmed that a man who was shot near Ramona Park on Thursday afternoon has died from his injuries…

Teacher Kip Arnold charged with sexual molestation, evading police at Norwalk Superior Court

NORWALK — A Los Angeles Unified School District teacher who drove over an embankment following a police chase Tuesday was charged today with evading police and multiple counts of sexually…