Hear Ye, Hear Ye. Come to Order, Approved! Baldwin Hills Mall Approved for...

Hear Ye, Hear Ye. Come to Order, Approved!  Baldwin Hills Mall Approved for an Upgrade! I hope you didn’t blink.  On Wednesday, June 27, 2018 the Los Angeles City Council...

CENTURY BOULEVARD AND TREASURER BROWN DOMINATE COUNCIL MEETING BY FRANK TAYLOR

The weekly Inglewood City Council Meeting was convened as scheduled on Tuesday.  After the normal City Council meeting opening process, Mayor James T. Butts, Jr. announced the presentation of...

SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT:

SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT: CONSOLIDATED DISPOSAL SERVICE By Francis Taylor, Asst. Editor   Senior citizens who are 65+ years as well as individuals with disabilities may qualify for a 10% discount by completing...
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1 in 5 Cannabis Samples Fail to Meet State Standards: Report

Cannabis samples undergoing laboratory testing as required by California law are failing to pass inspection, according to a published report. One in five batches of marijuana has failed the state’s...

Celebrate Locally and Affordably at La-Louisanne

If you’re looking to celebrate on New Year’s Eve, without travelling too far from home, one of the best spots in town might be as close as Slauson and...

CITY TREASURER WANDA M. BROWN INGLEWOOD’S LONGEST SERVING PUBLIC SERVANT

Congresswoman Maxine Waters honors Inglewood Treasurer Wanda Brown at special City Council Meeting) The Inglewood City Council was joined by Congresswoman Maxine Waters to honor Treasurer Brown’s 31 years of...

MiddleBar Wants to Help Revive Inglewood’s Market Street

This is a love story that started out with a quest for the perfect bloody mary 12 years ago, when Renie Schoenkerman, a therapist, and Corrie Scully, a movie...

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The weekly staff meeting was convened and after the formalities, the mayor opened the floor for public comments. Two individuals alleged that the city was not transparent in...

Inglewood mayor says housing still a bargain in booming city

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- Inglewood Mayor James Butts says critics who say the city is undergoing gentrification have it wrong. Real estate values have increased 137 percent since 2012, giving homeowners...

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