April 4, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

YAL YOUTH COMPLETES L.A. MARATHON

COMPTON—The road to success is long and winding for Ricardo Villeda, and he marked a milestone on Wednesday, March 18, when he achieved his goal of completing the L.A. Marathon. More...

News

CHAOS

{Council Highlights and Other Stuff}

SVal Dudley said the solutions begin with in God we trust. She said some council members do not like her and they are constipated to the point of indifference, although “they think they are OK. More...

Hub City’s Chris Moore volunteers with Americorps

Compton’s Christopher Moore is in Pennsylvania now, working with Americorps in a program designed to teach construction skills and develop character traits that will help him to achieve his goals. More...

Council reallocates CDBG funds

COMPTON—The long awaited Crane Avenue rehabilitation project and two new city ambulances moved one step closer to reality on Tuesday, March 27, as the City Council unanimously approved a resolution reallocating money from cancelled projects to More...

City addresses budget shortfalls

COMPTON—The City Council unanimously adopted a budget amendment at its Tuesday, March 27, meeting that provides funding to City Attorney Craig Cornwell’s office and money to cover a shortfall in the public works department. More...

CUSD Personnel Commission adopts excellence document

COMPTON—The Compton Unified School District Personnel Commission adopted its rules for governing excellence at its Thursday, Feb. 27, meeting, setting a high bar for conduct. More...

Opinion

PEOPLE WILL TALK ...

Can Magic Johnson fix the Dodgers?

Rogue Herring "I am not a big baseball fan but I am praying they have a blessed season." More...

In My View

Let the outcry echo beyond Trayvon

There was a time when the “hoodie” was commonly known as a “parka”—a garment mostly used by athletes and the military. More...

How our nation can protect children, not guns

When the Children's Defense Fund released its new report, Protect Children, Not Guns 2012 in March, we dedicated it to the memory of Trayvon Martin and the thousands of other children and teenagers killed by guns in America, including the 5,740 kille More...

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SENIOR CALENDAR

Dollarhide Senior Center, 1108 North Oleander Ave., offers a variety of activities including information and referral, Dial-A-Ride, Dial-ATaxi, social clubs, enrichment classes, excursions, nutrition, Braille, employment and MTA Bus Passes. More...

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