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Hawaiian Gardens present $89K for ABCUSD Summer School Program

By Jerry Bernstein A check for $89,000 was presented to ABC Director of Special Programs. Mike McCoy by members of the Hawaiian Gardens City Council at its meeting July 10.…

Bryce Harkey: La Mirada Youth Becomes Rising Star in Motocross

Bryce Harkey: La Mirada Youth Becomes Rising Star in Motocross

By Chente D. Ramirez Staff Reporter Bryce Harkey, age 17, from La Mirada is on the rise and on is well on his way to becoming an amateur professional Motocross…

Royal Garden Restaurant has Grand Opening in Cerritos

By Melinda Kimsey Recently, I sat down with Thomas Hua, the assistant manager at the fabulous Royal Garden Restaurant and had the opportunity to talk about the new Royal Garden…

Cerritos Weekly Crime Summary July 2, 2012 – July 8, 2012

There were 27 Part I felony crimes investigated last week, up from 22 the week before. Vehicle burglaries increased, robberies remained the same, while residential and commercial burglaries along with…

La Mirada Weekly Crime Summary for July 2, 2012 – July 8, 2012

This is the summary of crimes that took place in La Mirada for the week of July 2 to July 8, 2012. Aggravated Assault: An assault was reported on the…

Cities Make Payments to State

By Jerry Bernstein The cities of Cerritos, Artesia and Hawaiian Gardens were notified by the state they had to make payment on money it says the cities owe related to…

Business License Tax Hike in Artesia Postponed to July 23

By Rico Dizon The expected presentation of documents on a proposed ballot measure to modify and increase the business license tax in Artesia during the City Council meeting was adjourned…

Cerritos Council Approves Purchase of New Sculpture for $275K

By Jerry Bernstein In a 3-2 vote the Cerritos City Council approved the purchase of a $275,000 lighted sculpture by landscape architect Cliff Garten that will be placed in the…

LETTER’S: Barrowsgate, Crime, Cover-up and Conspiracy at Cerritos City Hall

Note: Los Cerritos Community Newspaper welcomes letters and opinion pieces from residents and community leaders. All opinions expressed in this letter are of the author, not LCCN. By Chris Fuentes…

Mayor Pro Tem Barrows Battery Hearing Results in Mandate from Judge

Mayor Pro Tem Barrows Battery Hearing Results in Mandate from Judge

By Brian Hews Cerritos Mayor Pro Tem Bruce Barrows appeared before the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office in Bellflower last Friday for an Office Hearing regarding allegations of criminal…

Male shot at Ramona Park in Norwalk; Manhunt for suspect underway; Victim in critical condition

By Brian Hews One man has been critically injured in a shooting this afternoon at Ramona Park at around 3:15 p.m. A manhunt for a suspect is underway. The location…

LCCN’s Assessor coverage touted in Fox News investigative series

LCCN’s Assessor coverage touted in Fox News investigative series

  Los Cerritos Community Newspaper’s exclusive groundbreaking coverage into the corruption probe at the Los Angeles County Assessor‘s Office is now the focal point of a multi part series that…

Bell Audits Remain Incomplete Since Rizzo Departure

Bell Audits Remain Incomplete Since Rizzo Departure

Critical fiscal data disappeared, went missing, misplaced new audit in Bell concludes By Brian Hews and Randy Economy Los Cerritos Community Newspaper has learned that the city of Bell has…

Whittier Councilman Norbak resigns citing position with trash hauler

By Brian Hews Whittier Councilman Greg Nordbak abruptly resigned from office Tuesday night citing his professional obligations as an executive with a waste disposal company. Nordbak, 60, announced his decision…

Bon Voyage concert for CHS Wind Symphony set for Wednesday night at Sierra Room at CCPA

The Cerritos High School Wind Symphony will perform a Bon Voyage Concert this Wednesday, July 11th at 7pm in the Sierra Room of the Cerritos Performing Arts Center. Tickets are…

NBC Anchor Robert Kovacik to follow Cerritos High School Wind Symphony to London Olympics

NBC Anchor Robert Kovacik to follow Cerritos High School Wind Symphony to London Olympics

By Brian Hews NBC4 Southern California will be tracking the journey of the Cerritos High School Wind Symphony Orchestra on their upcoming trip to perform at the London Olympic Games,…

LCCN’s Request for Documents to LA City Controller Greuel featured in Huffington Post

LCCN’s Request for Documents to LA City Controller Greuel featured in Huffington Post

Los Cerritos Community Newspaper has been featured in Monday’s Huffington Post in an opinion piece authored by Los Angeles Mayoral Candidate Kevin James. LCCN has sent several formal requests to…

LCCN featured in Sunday LA Times Community Editions, Glendale News Press, Burbank Leader

Journalist Ron Kaye has written a feature on Los Cerritos Community Newspaper for the community editions of the Los Angeles Times on Sunday. July 8. The piece is published in…

Mail boxes at Los Cerritos Community Newspaper office complex vandalized, again

Mail boxes at Los Cerritos Community Newspaper office complex vandalized, again

By Brian Hews Commercial mailboxes of Los Cerritos Community Newspaper and several other small businesses have been vandalized over the weekend that has resulted in the theft of mail, packages,…

Sheriff’s investigate possible murder on Atlantic Avenue in Long Beach on Saturday night

Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau detectives are en route to the 2800 block of Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, to investigate the circumstances surrounding the suspicious death of a male. There is no…