4752 Academy St | $1,450/month | Property Website Looking for a large space with views in a quiet area? This is it! No need to look further! This elevated unit has lovely views from up above overlooking the nearby valley providing you with peaceful living and ... Read More »
Daily Archives: May 5, 2015
The Selective Service System is looking for men and women in the community who would be willing to serve as local board members. Even though there is no draft today, there is a need to be ready in case a national emergency requires Selective Service to provide additional personnel to augment our volunteer U.S. Armed Forces. Read More »
HIGHLAND PARK-- The definition of a gang injunction ranged from a tool against crime to a violation of civil rights according to a six-person panel that met last week to discuss the impact of gang injunctions in Highland Park.
EAGLE ROCK — Many real estate listings brag about city, canyon and mountain views. But a proposed 10-home development in Eagle Rock will offer its occupants a view of the large, green and white SPARKLETTS sign that looms over the water bottling plant across the street.
GLASSELL PARK — The nomadic Glassellland sign, which has appeared and disappeared from several hillside locations in the wake of permit problems, may once again return to public view, this time in a city park. City park commissioners on Wednesday are scheduled to vote on a ...
Our very friendly tuxedo cat Kuno is missing since April 30th. He was last seen around the corner of Morton Avenue and Morton Terrace. He might still wear his violet collar with little flowers on it. He has a distinct white stripe on his nose, white ... Read More »
Don’t bother looking for that $1,250-a-month Echo Park bungalow; Man sentenced in Silver Lake construction killing
Morning Report: To Good To Be True: That 2-bedroom, $1,250-a-month Echo Park bungalow that was mentioned in a New York Times story does not exist ... The man who used a hammer to kill a friend and coworker at a Silver Lake construction site was sentenced to 16 years in prison ... East L.A. high school students were eager to register to vote but will they cast their ballots?