Tuesday, October 21, 2014
One on One with Housing Authority CEO Montiel
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 17 June 2010
One on One with Housing Authority CEO MontielAs head of the City Housing Authority, Rudolph C. Montiel addresses concerns, issues and the future of Jordan Downs and its residents.By Brian W. CarterSentinel ... read more >>
SCE Honors Antonia M. Routt During Women's History Month
Written by Sentinel News Service 28 March 2010
Photo Credit - Malcolm Ali The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and The Los Angeles County Commission for Women honored, Antonia M. Routt as a "2010 Woman of the Year" in Education on International ... read more >>
SCE Honors Outstanding Employees During Women's History Month
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 March 2010
Pictured (L to R): Patricia V. Click, SCE manager, accounts receivable; Patricia Miller, SCE vice president, human resources; Debbie Lumpkin, SCE manager, supplier development; Yolanda Hunter, SCE manager, ... read more >>
Water Quality Specialist, Engineer, Plant Operator jobs shared with students during Job Shadow Day
Written by Sentinel News Service 04 March 2010
Water Quality Specialist, Engineer, Plant Operator jobs shared with students during Job Shadow Day at West BasinLast week, West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) hosted 15 high school students ... read more >>
Nonprofits Break Ground on Service-Enriched Housing for Homeless Families
Written by Sentinel News Service 13 August 2009
A new housing development that will meet the needs of Watts area homeless families is celebrating its ground-breaking today, replacing a 40-year old development with 64 units of new affordable housing.Dolores ... read more >>
Managers Being Recruited for 2010 Census
Written by Sentinel News Service 07 May 2009
27 Local Census Offices Opening Fall, 2009 The Los Angeles Regional Census Center is actively recruiting managers for 27 Local Census Offices. 26 will be located in Southern California, and one in Honolulu, ... read more >>
Hot Health Careers in High Demand Now
Written by Sentinel News Service 29 January 2009
Medical research, technological advancements and a population that is living longer are all reasons that the health care field continues to grow. Although the industry is demanding more workers, there ... read more >>
City of L.A WIB and the CDD Hosted International Trade Breakfast in Support of Local Businesses
Written by Sentinel News Service 11 December 2008
Event promoted international trade, addressed challenges faced by businesses, and highlighted job opportunities for local residents. The City of Los Angeles Workforce Investment Board (WIB), the Community ... read more >>
Director Gloria Gray Committed to Improving the Lives of Her Constituents
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 November 2008
Gloria Gray was elected to the Board of Directors of the West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) in 2006. Since that time she has been an inspirational agent of change to improve the lives ... read more >>
World Bank Agrees to Protect Poor and Vulnerable Countries During Current Financial Turmoil
Written by Harry Dunphy, Associate Press 16 October 2008
The World Bank agreed Sunday to help developing countries strengthen their economies, bolster their financial systems and protect the poor against the financial turmoil in international markets. Robert ... read more >>
Welburn is Color of General Motors Global Design
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 17 July 2008
Howard graduate has ascended to historical height of giant US automaker “If I allow the fact that I am a Negro to checkmate my do will, I will inevitably form the habit of being defeated.” ... read more >>
Arts Commission Grants $4.5 Million Throughout Los Angeles County
Written by City News Service 17 July 2008
CNS - More than $4.5 million in grants will be awarded to nonprofit arts organizations throughout the county by the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. The two-year grants, part of the commission’s ... read more >>
Cleaning Your PC
Written by ARA Content 19 June 2008
As spring approaches, many of us begin dusting, sweeping and organizing our homes. Many of us, however, miss the one area most in need of a good scrub – the Family PC. Between rarely used programs ... read more >>
Two Caught in Foreclosure Scam
Written by City News Service 24 April 2008
CNS - A Van Nuys businessman and his associate were arrested for allegedly swindling eight people who were facing foreclosure of their homes or other property. Michael “Mickey” Henschel, ... read more >>
Payless Shoe Source Opens in Compton
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 13 March 2008
The City of Compton is proud to announce the Grand Opening of the newest Payless Shoe Source in the South Bay. On Saturday, March 15, at 11:30 a.m. at 1633 S. Alameda Street, Suite 101, Compton, CA ... read more >>
Best Buy Enlist Magic Johnson Enterprises
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 13 March 2008
Magic Johnson Enterprises, one of the nation’s leading companies dedicated to serving emerging, multicultural markets, has entered into a multi-year relationship with Best Buy Co., Inc. Through ... read more >>
Homeowners Urged To Call Hotline To Avoid Foreclosure
Written by Alice Walton, CNS 24 January 2008
Angelenos in jeopardy of losing their homes because they cannot make their monthly mortgage payments are being urged to contact a foreclosure hotline for financial counseling. The Mortgage HOPE Crisis ... read more >>
John Harris Heads Nestlé Waters
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 06 December 2007
At its June 21 meeting, the Board of Directors of Nestlé SA was informed that Mr. Carlo Donati, CEO of Nestlé Waters (Paris) wishes to return to Switzerland and to retire later in 2008. ... read more >>
Peggy Hill:Owner of Newberry Hill Frozen Yogurt Gallery
Written by Christine Sabathia 22 November 2007
For as long as she can remember, yogurt enthusiast Peggy Hill has had to drive miles and miles out of her own community in order to satisfy her taste buds’ craving of the smooth tasty treat. But ... read more >>
Community Market Regains Support After Fire
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 08 November 2007
  BACK IN BUSINESS:  After being burned down in 2005, Harris Grocery Market reopened in May and has regained customers after appearances at the Inglewood Marketplace and Taste of Soul.Over ... read more >>
Famed Attorney and Client Victorious in $30 Million Lottery Trial
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 01 November 2007
Attorney Willie Gary along with his son Sekou Gary and Attorney Manuel Socias hold up a copy of the winning lottery ticket owned by Abraham Shakespeare after the ‘not guilty” verdict was announced ... read more >>
Mel's Fish Market Gets a New Look
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 25 October 2007
Mel’s Fish Market, the fabled “You Buy, We Fry” fried fish emporium that has been a staple of the Crenshaw district for more than two decades now, is making a change. Started by entrepreneur ... read more >>
Millenneum Shoe Store Arrives in Inglewood
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 04 October 2007
Francis Taylor/Sentinel Photo Millenneum Shoe Store Manger Kristine Gors, right, displays footwear collection to store patrons during grand opening. Millenneum Shoe Store, an established ... read more >>
BBX 2007 Gets Ready to Take Care of Business
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 30 August 2007
With activities designed to engage all five senses, the Los Angeles Black Business Expo and Trade Show (BBX) is set to launch its 19th season. The three day event, themed “Taking Care of Business ... read more >>
Where Do CEOs Turn For Performance Advice?
Written by ARA 12 July 2007
(ARA) - Running a business is one of the biggest challenges a CEO or business owner faces. From hiring staff to managing the books and building a brand to keeping customers happy, business leaders confront ... read more >>

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