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LAPD Holds Memorial Bike Ride in Northeast Valley to Honor Officer Who Died from COVID-19

A year after Valentín “Val” Martinez became the first Los Angeles Police Department front-line officer to die from COVID-19, the Mission Hills Community Police Station where he worked honored his memory with a memorial bike ride that started at the station and rode through Pacoima, the City of San Fernando, Sylmar and Granada Hills — […]

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Homeless Encampment Grows in Mission Hills’ Brand Park

A few feet away from those dressed up in tuxedos, charro suits and elegant dresses taking pictures for their weddings andquinceañeras, there are at least a dozen tents—some large, some small—that have been erected in Brand Park in Mission Hills. Homeless people have set up residence near the cement tables and benches used previously by […]

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Youth Rally Demands Feinstein, Congress Support Legislation Combating Climate Change

Today, July 15, marks a national Day of Action for young climate activists who will hold “actions” across the country to encourage legislators to “at last be bold and pass climate policy.” But a local group has already started its action. An estimated 75 protesters called Sunrise Youth, a local chapter of the national youth-driven […]

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Large Education Donation to Archdiocese of Los Angeles Further Angers St. Ferdinand Parents

The Catholic Education Foundation for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles recently announced it was receiving a $50 million gift from an anonymous donor. The funds are to be allocated over the next five years for new elementary and high school students enrolling in one of the 212 Archdiocese of Los Angeles schools in the Los […]

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