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LA County Public Health Addresses Coronavirus

The Los Angeles Department of Public Health is urging residents and visitors to get the facts about the coronavirus. Only one case of the coronavirus has been found in Los Angeles County and 12 cases throughout the Uni

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Dave Arian Honored With Street Rename

  SAN PEDRO — On Feb.8, The Port of Los Angeles and Harbor residents honored Los Angeles Harbor Commission vice president and labor leader Dave Arian, with a portion of Miner Street south of 22nd

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Barragán Calls for FBI Investigation About Coronavirus Misinformation

CARSON — On Feb. 3, Rep. Nanette Diaz Barragán called for a full FBI investigation into those who sent a public fraudulent notice about the coronavirus centered in Carson.  Barragán said that the misinformation

Wasting Food: There’s No Excuse Anymore

By Joshua Samuel, Editorial Intern We love to say we hate waste: we hate to waste time; we hate to waste energy; we really hate to waste money.  Yet, produce that is less than perfect often won’t even make it to grocery store shelves. The

Neighborhood Council Round Up — CeSP Neighborhood Council President Resigns

By Hunter Chase, Reporter Board President Maria Couch resigned in the middle of the Nov. 12 meeting of the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council. “I’m just going to remove myself to stop all of this no

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 Car Show By the Sea Saw Its End in 2016 — Here’s Why

By Pratyush Shukla, Editorial Intern The Legends Car Club is a classic car club known for its annual Car Show By

ILWU Fundraiser for Pediatric Cancer Research

By Hunter Chase, Reporter On Oct. 17, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union will host its eighth annual fundraiser for the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, a charity that raises money for pediatric cancer research. Since i

Neighborhood Council Roundup — Central NC Regains Access to its Website

By Hunter Chase, Reporter A curious thing happened at the Sept. 10 Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council meeting. Councilman Joe Buscaino’s office presented Kristina Smith, owner of The Mailroom, with a pla

LA Controller is Critical of LAHSA’s Efforts to Help Homeless

By Hunter Chase, Reporter The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority could be doing its job much more effectively, said Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin in a report released on Aug. 28. The report asser

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