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Daily Archives: July 28, 2016

Why taking a dip in the L.A. River may be hazardous to your health

ELYSIAN VALLEY -- Heading down to the L.A. River this summer? Maybe you should avoid getting wet, according to a water quality study conducted in Elysian Valley and other parts of the river. The study by the environmental group Heal the Bay found high levels bacteria in the water, prompting the group to warn visitors to limit their contact with the water and avoid swimming or dunking your head in the water. Read More »

Commission supports landmark status for Boyle Heights’ Japanese Hospital; Lincoln Heights business owner dies; who wants to work as a lead sampling technician?

MORNING REPORT: A state agency is providing free job training for those interested in working on the Exide battery plant clean up as lead sampling technicians .... The Cultural Heritage Commission voted in favor of declaring the former Japanese Hospital in Boyle Heights a city historic cultural monument ... Ramon A. Ortiz, who operated Falcon Television Service and Jewelry Repair for 35 years in Lincoln Heights, has died at age 86 Read More »

Reduced Price on Unique Silver Lake Contemporary

Nestled above a serene, woodsy street in prime hillside Silver Lake, this beautifully updated home is light, bright, with great outdoor living spaces and a garden. Hillside and canyon views from almost every room of this 2-story contemporary Read More »