Lakewood Hospital Foundation trustees give back to the community on...
More than 100 new mittens, hats and scarves were collected by Lakewood Hospital Foundation trustees and donated to students at Harrison Elementary School as part of the trustees' participation in Giving Tuesday on Dec. 3. Giving Tuesday is a day of philanthropy that follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Roybal-Allard Tours Gordon Brush Plant
Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard toured the Gordon Brush Mfg. Co. Inc. plant in Commerce, Calif., in November, the company reports.
Sba la Accepting Nominations for 2014 Awards
The U.S. Small Business Administration - Los Angeles District Office in collaboration with the L.A. Chamber of Commerce announced it is accepting nominations for business awards for the 2014 Small Business Person of the Year Award for National Small Business Week.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Whittier Daily News
Coalition formed to back Washington Boulevard for Gold Line light rail route extension
WHITTIER >> The chairwoman of the Metropolitan Transit Authority has issued a statement backing the Washington Boulevard Route for the planned extension of the East Site Gold Line light rail transit.
Diana Mahmud: 'I Would Like to Shake Things up'
Establishing "very clear expectations" and giving city employees "flexibility and latitude within which to accomplish those expectations" was how the latest member of the South Pasadena City Council, Diana Mahmud, summed up her response to a question about her leadership style in a candidates forum hosted by the South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce ... (more)
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Goleta Swears In Michael Bennett as Mayor, Paula Perotte as Mayor Pro Tempore
Bennett has served one mayoral term before in his seven years on the City Council, but this is Perotte's first leadership role on the council.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Atwater Christmas parade Friday
STAR PHOTO BY LISA JAMES Winton Middle School marching band and color guard march down Broadway during the annual Atwater Christmas Parade.
The Wichita Eagle
First watch: The world's smartest students, Veep in Asia, Giving Tuesday
Some of the thousands of Los Angeles area high school students attend the 12th Annual College and Career Convention, sponsored by the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, on Nov. 6, 2013 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Venice Sign Lighting Friday Night
The second annual Venice Sign Holiday Lighting and Windward Holiday Crawl takes place Friday, Dec. 6 at the Venice Sign on Windward Avenue.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
The Fresno Bee
Death of Fresno Mayor Arthur L. Selland remembered 50 years later
Mayor Arthur L. Selland operates the dirt mover as work gets underway for the new street pattern and other site improvements in the 88-acre South Angus Street Redevelopment Project.
Deadline's here: Is Healthcare.gov fixed? Sort of
Healthcare.gov has doubled its user capacity and eliminated many bugs in time for today's deadline, when the Obama administration PASADENA, CA - NOVEMBER 19: A healthcare reform specialist helps people select insurance plans at the free Affordable Care Act Enrollment Fair at Pasadena City College on November 19, 2013 in Pasadena, California.
Marin Independent Journal
Corte Madera will welcome Santa Claus to town with a parade
The Corte Madera Volunteer Firefighters Association and the Corte Madera Chamber of Commerce will welcome Santa Claus to town with a parade at 3 p.m. Dec. 8. Santa will ride a fire engine through the east side of town, starting at Harbor Drive and Yolo Street, giving out candy canes.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
San Bernardino County Sun
Former Chino meat packers settle suit over mistreatment of downer cows
The U.S. Justice Department announced Wednesday that Westland Meat Co., now in Corona Del Mar, has agreed to settle allegations of inhumane handing of cattle, circumventing appropriate inspection of nonambulatory disabled cattle and false representations regarding the company's eligibility to process beef.
North Coast Journal Weekly Politics
Fortunans: Don't Close the Baby Dept.
In this week's issue of the Journal , we write about a shortage of ob-gyn docs in Humboldt, and how St. Joseph Health System's talk of possibly closing down Redwood Memorial Hospital's OB program might be one of several influencing factors.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Should Los Gatos Continue Downtown Parking Improvement District?
On Dec. 5, 1988, Los Gatos issued 25-year limited obligation bonds paid by property assessments to partially finance parking improvement projects in the Los Gatos Parking Assessment District.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
City of San Mateo
City Librarian Honored
San Mateo, CA On Wednesday, October 30th, San Mateo Mayor, David Lim will recognize San Mateo City Librarian, Ben Ocn at the 5th Annual Mayors' Diversity Award Celebration sponsored by the San Mateo County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for developing programs and services that promote cultural diversity and awareness at the San Mateo Library and ... (more)
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Burbank, Franklin Students Get Free Turkeys For Thanksgiving
The Highland Park Chamber of Commerce, in association with the offices of Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez, Senator Kevin LeI n, Assembly Speaker John Perez, Councilmember JosA© Huizar and Councilmember Gil Cedillo distributed 70 turkeys for Thanksgiving to students from low-income families in Burbank Middle School and Franklin High School Friday.
Potholes, Pot, Homeless Shelter Crisis on ASNC Agenda
The mayor's pothole blitz, enforcement of the city's medical marijuana ordinance, and a crisis arising from a shortage of homeless shelters are some of the issues scheduled to figure in the Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council's board meeting next week.