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Police Academy reopens in Elysian Park

A grand re-opening  ceremony is scheduled Thursday morning, Sept. 15,  to mark the completion of an extensive renovation of the LAPD Elysian Park Academy. The two-part project included an approximately $16 million renovation to bring mechanical and structural systems up to modern standards while preserving the  historic character of the property, which includes several buildings, including a gym shooting range ... Read More »

Some Highland Park residents sour on neighborhood bar boom

HIGHLAND PARK — For some residents of Highland Park, too many bars have opened too quickly along Figueroa Street, according to a story reported by KPCC. The neighborhood has 60 alcohol licenses, about a third of which were issued in the past three years alone, the news site said. Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council member Jessica Ceballos told KPCC this ... Read More »

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