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Daily Archives: October 14, 2014

Highland Park woman chases away burglars

HIGHLAND PARK -- A woman who lives on the boundary of Highland Park and Eagle Rock said she chased off three men in their 20s as they attempted to steal bikes from her garage in the 1800 block of Avenue 51 while she was at home on Monday night. Read More »

Disaster drills and Highland Park’s late-night pizza cravings; open space in Montecito Heights; Echo Park liquor licenses

The agendas for this week's neighborhood meetings include restoration of a tagged up mural at the foot of the Southwest Museum of the American Indian; Flat Top parcel land is being handed over to the community as a new open space after funds are secured; and how late can people eat pizza in Highland Park? Before You Go: It's a good idea to check with organizations to find out if meeting items and times have been changed or postponed. Read More »

A more lively and noisy York Boulevard raises concerns; Council District 4 candidates talk homelessness

Morning Report: The opening of new restaurants and bars along York Boulevard have some Highland Park neighbors seeking protection from noisy patrons and other problems ... Apps But Not Shelters: Council District 4 candidates running to replace term-out Councilman Tom LaBonge offer up ideas to improve homelessness problems ... Get The Eastsider on Facebook, Twitter, Daily Email Digest & RSS feed Read More »