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Stress May be Part of Life, But Needs to be Controlled for Good Mental Health

Stress May be Part of Life, But Needs to be Controlled for Good Mental Health

Stress May be Part of Life, But Needs to be Controlled for Good Mental Health @kpscal @kpscalnews…

U.S. outbreak traced to oysters from Canada, Calif. and Oregon Affected

U.S. outbreak traced to oysters from Canada, Calif. and Oregon Affected

Federal officials in the United States are investigating a multi-state outbreak of norovirus infections traced to raw oysters from Canada. As of April 6, more than 90 illnesses had been…

L.A. County Homelessness Commission Final Report Calls for Immediate Action on ‘Unacceptable Status Quo’ 

L.A. County Homelessness Commission Final Report Calls for Immediate Action on ‘Unacceptable Status Quo’ 

    March 30, 2022  Voids in Existing Services Identified, Recommendations Highlighted in report. LOS ANGELES – After six months of extensive reviews and meetings with hundreds of key stakeholders, the Blue-Ribbon…

Tips to Get Your Finances Organized

Tips to Get Your Finances Organized

  March 30, 2022 Living a more frugal lifestyle means you can be more in control of your money. However, it can feel like a burden to stay on top…

Soroptimist Int’l of Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Helps Women in Transition

Soroptimist Int’l of Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Helps Women in Transition

  DONATION: Soroptimist International of Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Celebrates Women’s History Month by empowering women in transition at CCTRP with a donation for GED testing. Pictured back row (l to…

Gov. Newsom Urges Water Suppliers to Move to Level Two Conservation

Gov. Newsom Urges Water Suppliers to Move to Level Two Conservation

March 28, 2022 Gov. Gavin Newsom urged water suppliers up and down the state to ramp up their water conservation efforts by moving to Level 2 of their Water Shortage…

Expanding Your Business To California? What You Should Consider

  March 28, 2022 Are you thinking of expanding your business to California? Great. Read on to know why California is a great place to do business and what you…

BA.2 Sub-Variant of COVID Increasing in LA County

BA.2 Sub-Variant of COVID Increasing in LA County

March 25, 2022 Wear a mask…. Although overall COVID-19 case rates remain relatively low, the BA.2 sub-variant of the virus was continuing to spread in Los Angeles County, with health…

Southeast Los Angeles Collaborative Non-Profits Spotlighted in New Video Series

Southeast Los Angeles Collaborative Non-Profits Spotlighted in New Video Series

March 18, 2022  The Southeast Los Angeles (SELA) Collaborative has partnered with Optimum Seismic, Inc. to complete a video series highlighting the important mission of local non-profit organizations since 2020.…

St. Irenaeus’ Holy Week Labyrinth Walk

St. Irenaeus’ Holy Week Labyrinth Walk

PARISHIONER Jim Coleman walking the Labyrinth. Photo by Monica Kovach.   By Rosemary Lewallen All are invited to experience the Labyrinth Walk sponsored by St. Irenaeus Health Ministry’s Labyrinth Ministry…