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LMHS Dream’s: The 3rd Annual Visual and Performing Arts Extravaganza at La Mirada High School

LMHS Dream’s: The 3rd Annual Visual and Performing Arts Extravaganza at La Mirada High School

By Cat Dayco Guerra While the arts continue to diminish in neighboring schools and districts, the visual and performing arts at La Mirada High School are achieving and growing at…

ABC Schools Selected as 2012 California Distinguished Schools

On March 29th, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced the names of the public elementary schools named 2012 California Distinguished Schools.  Four schools in the ABC Unified School…

Weekly La Mirada Crime Report for March 19-25: Burglaries, Aggravated Assault Reported,

Weekly La Mirada Crime Report for March 19-25: Burglaries, Aggravated Assault Reported,

This is the weekly crime report for the City of La Mirada.  Hews Media Group is dedicated to informing our community about serious crimes that occur here and how not…

Cerritos College Veterans Military Ball

The Associated Students of Cerritos College in partnership with the Cerritos College Veterans Resource Center and the Cerritos College Student Veterans Club will host the first ever annual Cerritos College…

Artesia City Council approves agreement for officiating Inter-League games

Artesia City Council approves agreement for officiating Inter-League games

By Editor Jerry Bernstein The Artesia City Council approved a contract with Albert Bustos Sports to officiate the city’s inter-league program. In a report to the city council Mar. 12…

Cerritos issues warning about ‘curb painters’

Cerritos issues warning about ‘curb painters’

The City of Cerritos has issued a warning to residents this week about an increase in unauthorized curb painters in the City of Cerritos. In a release to the media…

Alleged Gang Member Charged in Painter Avenue Murder of Michael Soto

Alleged Gang Member Charged in Painter Avenue Murder of Michael Soto

WHITTIER – An alleged gang member was charged on Wednesday with the fatal shooting of a Whittier teenager, the District Attorney’s Office announced. Deputy District Attorney Brock Lunsford of the…

Why Historical Societies are Important

Why Historical Societies are Important

By John Lyon, Artesia Mayor Long ago, a Roman statesman named Cicero summed up what I’m essentially about to say. “History is the witness that testifies to the passing of…

Letter from La Mirada Mayor Steve Jones

Letter from La Mirada Mayor Steve Jones

  Webster’s dictionary defines “transition” as change, a movement from one state, stage, place, or subject to another, and transition defines La Mirada this past year while I served as…

Kelley Takes Over as Mayor in Norwalk

Kelley Takes Over as Mayor in Norwalk

During the municipalities annual mayoral transition ceremony held Tuesday night before a standing room only crowd at city hall, Cheri Kelley took over as Mayor, quickly thanked her colleagues for…

La Mirada Garage Band of the 1970’s Makes “Comeback”

La Mirada Garage Band of the 1970’s Makes “Comeback”

By Tony Aiello The culture shock and tumulus times of the 1960’s and 70’s in our Nation, brought with it the rise and influence of rock and roll music in…

Your City TV-Interview with Dr. Gary Smuts

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Arrest made in murder of 17-year old in Norwalk

Arrest made in murder of 17-year old in Norwalk

Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau detectives have arrested 19-year-old Eudiel Lopez in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Michael Soto which occurred in the 9100 block of Painter Avenue, Whittier, yesterday afternoon. Lopez…

Complimentary TDAP Vaccination April 7th at La Palma Intercommunity

La Palma Intercommunity Hospital is proud to support our local elementary schools. Please come visit us Saturday, April 7th, 2012 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm   for a complimentary TDAP…

Artesia Council Awards Upgrades for Artesia and Padleford Parks

Artesia Council Awards Upgrades for Artesia and Padleford Parks

Upgrades at the Albert O. Little Community Center, resurfacing of game courts at Artesia Park and A, J. Padelford Park was approved by the Artesia City Council at its Mar.…

St. Linus School Raises Nearly $25K from Hollywood Nights Auction

By Brian Hews It was as big as a celebrity packed opening night premier and as exciting as a dramatic cliff hanger as nearly 350 supporters of St. Linus Catholic…

Cerritos College Trustees Settles Election Lawsuit

By Brian Hews   The Cerritos College Board of Trustees have settled a lawsuit filed under the California Voting Rights Act challenging the at-large electoral system previously used to elect…

Committee Prepares for DYW Scholarship Program April 1st

Committee Prepares for DYW Scholarship Program April 1st

 “The DYW Program seems to get better and better each year,” said last year’s Co-Chair Darshna Shah.  More than $6,000 has already been raised from a corporate sponsor, community leaders…

Mark Valle, 15, identified as Norwalk shooting victim; N-LM Superintendent calls death “gut wrenching”

Mark Valle, 15, identified as Norwalk shooting victim; N-LM Superintendent calls death “gut wrenching”

Norwalk teenager Mark Anthony Valle, 15, has succumbed from gunshot wounds he suffered last Wednesday in what law enforcement officials are classifying a “possible gang-related incident.” He was shot multiple…

Six ABC Schools Up for State and National Recognition

Six ABC Schools Up for State and National Recognition

Six schools in the ABC Unified School District are up for state and national recognition this year. Four elementary schools have been nominated for the 2012 California Distinguished Schools Award.…