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Councilman Mitch O’Farrell leads in campaign fundraising race; Mt. Washington preschool establishes scholarship fund

Today's Photo: Boyle Heights | live..simply

MORNING REPORT: Only one of the approximately dozen persons who have filed to run in the Council District 13 election against incumbent Mitch O'Farrell has raised any money. O'Farrell, however, has raised more than $330,000 so far .... The Mount Washington Preschool and Child Care Center has established a scholarship fund in honor of Pat Griffith, one of the center's primary founders who died in April Read More »

New View Homes in the Hollywood Hills — Only 3 Left

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The last three brand new architecturally-designed single-family homes are now for sale at Panorama, located in the Beachwood Canyon area of the Hollywood Hills. This is the only intimate grouping of new homes located north of Franklin Avenue in Hollywood. Read More »

Residential and retail proposed for Mariachi Plaza; more details of a Silver Lake killing; Council approves sidewalk repair rebates

Today's Photo: Echo Park | Pat Saperstein

MORNING REPORT: Two developers have submitted proposals to build a mix of housing and shops on a city-owned lot across the street from Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights .... A "blued" handgun used in a robbery might be connected to the 2013 Silver Lake murder of Joseph Gatto ....The City Council approved offering property owners a rebate to repair sidewalks as part of a $1.3 billion plan to improve thousands of miles of walkways Read More »

Unclaimed remains of 1,400 persons to be buried in Boyle Heights; juvenile fare evaders might avoid fines; City Council to vote on $1.4 billion sidewalk repair plan

Today's Photo: Atwater Village | EM Medrano

MORNING REPORT: The unclaimed remains of 1,400 persons will be buried today in a county cemetery in Boyle Heights .... Metro is considering dropping the penalties against juveniles who fail to pay the fare to ride buses and trains .... The L.A. City Council is scheduled to vote on a $1.4 billion, 30-year plan to fix broken sidewalks Read More »

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  • Celebrate the holidays at this Saturday’s Echo Park Community Parade

    Celebrate the holidays at this Saturday’s Echo Park Community Parade

    On Saturday, December 10, 2016 at 11:00 am, the annual Echo Park Community Parade will make its way along Sunset Boulevard between Vin Scully Avenue and Park Avenue. Thousands of residents from Echo Park and surrounding neighborhoods sit along Sunset Boulevard to welcome Santa Claus and celebrate the holiday season with over 50 parade entries. Read More »

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