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Details Surrounding Death of Homeless Woman in San Fernando Remain Scarce

The sight of the lifeless body of Sandra Ysaguirre covered by a sheet on the sidewalk outside of a furniture store in the City of San Fernando early Saturday morning, April 3, has stirred reactions of sorrow and raised questions about her medical circumstances. Unfortunately, little is known about her. Ysaguirre, 69, appeared to be […]

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Weekly Update of Valley Area COVID-19 Cases

Health Department officials have listed the latest number of confirmed novel COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles county at 1,222,114 (as of April 3). A breakdown of cases in Valley area cities and communities: Arleta: 7,009 Burbank 8,673 Canoga Park: 9,235 Chatsworth: 3,555 Encino: 3,371 Granada Hills: 6,383 Lake Balboa: 5,341 Lake View Terrace: 2,292 Mission […]

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Hope of the Valley Takes Strides Toward a Fundraising Goal

Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission, a nonprofit organization that provides shelter, meals, and medical attention for the homeless in the San Fernando and Antelope valleys, wants to build a new facility that would serve as a “bridge” to permanent housing, offer medical services, and serve as a new administrative location — all in one […]

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Biographical Plaque Added to Cesar Chavez Memorial in San Fernando

After 17 years, the Cesar Chavez Memorial in the City of San Fernando is in need of some attention to restoration and repair. But for now it is receiving more attention for Chavez’s historical achievements. On Wednesday, March 31 — what would have been the labor leader’s 94 birthday — the Cesar Chavez Commemorative Committee […]