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Budget Focuses on Maintaining Community Service, Employment

This article was updated to reflect the fact that the city is aiming to pay for some capital improvements to local parks...

Homicide and Death Investigation This Week in Carson

Two deaths in Carson investigated.

Carson Plans on Remaining Synchronized with LA County on COVID Orders

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health issued an order on June 11 allowing various businesses to reopen following consistent decline...

Carson Councilman Leads Peaceful Demonstration

By Alex Witrago, Editorial Intern In the midst of COVID-19, Carson marched in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and justice for George Floyd...

My Father’s BBQ Reopens Following Food Drive

By Joseph Baroud, Reporter The owner and head chef at My Father’s BBQ teamed up with Carson councilmembers to distribute more than 300 meals outside...

U.S. Health Fairs Opens Test Site Near Carson City Hall

By Joseph Baroud, Reporter Without a decline present in positive coronavirus testing throughout California, U.S. Health Fairs has partnered with Carson to open a test...

COVID-19 Test Center Opens at Harbor General, Another to Come

By Joseph Baroud, Contributor The lack of testing has left municipalities blind to how far and wide asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19 have spread. In response,...

City of Carson to Close All Public Facilities in Effort to Slow The Spread of COVID-19 

Carson elected officials voted to unanimously approve an unprecedented shift in the City’s operations.

Law Enforcement Seeks Person or Group Responsible For Circulating False Bulletin about the Spread of Coronavirus  

SEEKING INFORMATION Details: On Jan. 30, 2020, a fraudulent bulletin was posted on the Internet suggesting that cases of coronavirus had been identified in the...

County Supervisors Attempting to Railroad Sheriff

By Albert Robles, Mayor for the City of Carson One year ago, Alex Villanueva was elected to become the 33rd Sheriff of Los Angeles County....

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Ode to a Bookman

James Bullard Kennedy, July 13, 2020 By Bondo Wyszpolski, Contributor For two decades, Easy Reader and...

Keeping the Beer Taps Flowing During the Pandemic

In this latest edition of Random Lengths, we picked up a column by Beer Paper L.A.’s David Mulvihill, “Navigating the Current Normal,”...

“How Trump Stole 2020,” and What You Can Do to Make It Not Come True

By page 3 of How Trump Stole 2020, where our 45th president is labeled as “an orange-stained, gelatinous bag of malicious mendacity,...

Protestors March in Defense of Portland BLM Activists

As a result of the nationwide solidarity marches, federal troops, under Department of Homeland Security control, have agreed to leave Portland. The...