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L.A. Superior Court Cuts
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 March 2010
L.A. Superior Court CutsCNS--The presiding judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court announced Tuesday, the layoffs of 330 employees, along with plans to shutter courtrooms to help cope with a $79 million ... read more >>
The Census and our communities
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 March 2010
The Census and our communitiesBy Brian W. CarterSentinel Staff WriterThe Census is an important process for our Black communities as it serves as a road map for our progress. It allows us to take a snapshot ... read more >>
Sheriff Baca's money saving plan
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 March 2010
Sheriff Baca's money saving planBy Fred ShusterCity News ServiceAs part of an effort to save $58 million in overtime by deputies, Sheriff Lee Baca will go on uniformed patrol in East Los Angeles on Friday ... read more >>
John R. Dominick III
Written by Sentinel News Service 11 March 2010
John R Dominick III, Worshipful Grand Master Marcus Garvey #323 United Grand Lodge, passed away on March 7, 2010 . All schedule of services, held at the Simpson Family Mortuary, 3443 W Manchester Blvd, ... read more >>
Freedom's Sisters of Southern California
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds (Managing Editor) 11 March 2010
Standing (L to R) Pat Harvey, Loretta Devine, Miriam Scott Long, Artis Lane, Miss Della Reese, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Mother Lillian Mobley, "Sweet" Alice Harris, d'Lisa Davies, Natalie Cole.Sitting (L to R) ... read more >>
Compton is Still on the Move
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 11 March 2010
WELCOME TO COMPTON: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. monumentCompton is Still on the MoveSince winning a third term, the Mayor, along with the City Council and other officials, has taken the lead in the rebirth ... read more >>
Percy Pinkney with the Bishops at his Birthday Bash
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 March 2010
(L-R) Bishop H. Harford Brookins (ret.), Percy Pinkney and Bishop T. Larry Kirkland read more >>
Congresswoman Richardson Questions DOT Official
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 March 2010
Congresswoman Laura RichardsonCongresswoman Laura Richardson Questions Departmentof Transportation Official on Lack of TIGER Grant Fundingfor Ports of Long Beach and Los AngelesCongresswoman Laura Richardson ... read more >>
President Obama nominates Professor Goodwin Liu
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 March 2010
Professor Goodwin H. Liu President Obama Nominates Goodwin Liu for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit WASHINGTON, DC – President Obama nominated Goodwin Liu for the United ... read more >>
Local young lady competes for the Miss Jr. Teen Los Angeles Title
Written by Brandon I. Brooks (Entertainment Editor) 05 March 2010
Jameela SimmondsLocal Young Lady Competes for the Miss Jr. Teen Los Angeles TitleBy Brandon BrooksSentinel Entertainment EditorJameela Simmonds of Los Angeles, a student at Marcus Garvey School, was recently ... read more >>
Ex-marine is making a difference within the community
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 05 March 2010
Ed Roche's first crop of students received their certification Ex-Marine is Making a Difference Within The CommunityEd Roche is taking gang members off the street and giving them a new start on life.By ... read more >>
A Noose Found in UCSD Library
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 05 March 2010
\\A Noose Is No JokeA Noose found in UC San Diego LibraryRacial "attacks" continue at UC San Diego causing uproars and an investigationBy Brian W. CarterSentinel Staff WriterThe University of California ... read more >>
L.A. City Attorney's Office Launches Toyota Probe
Written by Sentinel News Service 04 March 2010
L.A. City Attorney's Office Launches Toyota ProbeBy Christina VillacorteCity News ServiceThe Los Angeles City Attorney's Office Tuesday launched a preliminary investigation into potential public safety ... read more >>
Local Gang Hangs It Up
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 04 March 2010
Local Gang Hangs It UpBy Brian W. CarterSentinel Staff WriterWe constantly hear about gangs shooting up our neighborhoods or shooting up each other in the news. We've passed by in our cars, rubber-necking ... read more >>
Replacement Chosen for Birotte
Written by Sentinel News Service 04 March 2010
Replacement Chosen for Birotte CNS--The Los Angeles Police Commission Tuesday chose Django Sibley to serve as acting inspector general following the departure of Andre Birotte."Mr. Sibley is a very talented ... read more >>
Congresswoman Richardson Applauds Awarding of a Federal Highway Administration Grant to CALTRANS
Written by Sentinel News Service 04 March 2010
Congresswoman Richardson Applauds Awarding of a Federal Highway Administration Grant to CALTRANS for Support of Minority and Women Owned BusinessesCongresswoman Laura Richardson announced the awarding ... read more >>
‘Sun City’: The Artwork of Troy L. Johnson
Written by Brian Carter (Staff Writer) 18 February 2010
 Sun City By Brian W. CarterSentinel Staff Writer  The sound of the saxophone, the snapping of fingers and the melody coming from the ivories can be heard in Sun City. Painted by the Sentinel's ... read more >>
Aviation hero inspires Los Angeles students
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 February 2010
Barrington IrvingAviation Hero Inspires Los Angeles StudentsBarrington Irving's 'Dream & Soar: Youth in Aviation' program in partnership with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America motivates youth to ... read more >>
Compton Keeps Rising
Written by Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 18 February 2010
Craig J. Cornwell, City AttorneyCharles Evans, City ManagerCompton Keeps RisingAs the second decade of the new century begins, the city of Compton continues to display signs of progress in all areasBy ... read more >>
OASC Celebrates African American History
Written by Sentinel News Service 11 February 2010
Charisse Bremond-WeaverFaith D. CulbreathHill Harper Dr. Dolores S. Nehemiah (She's in the middle) Wendy Raquel RobinsonOur Authors Study Club, Inc. Celebrates 65 Years of African American HistoryOur Authors ... read more >>
Compton continues its upward mobility
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds (Managing Editor) & Francis Taylor (Contributing Writer) 10 February 2010
Lillie DobsonAlita McGreggor-Godwin Compton Continues its Upward MobilityThe city is showcasing its development potential by inviting all residents interested in the construction field to come out to ... read more >>
Watts Towers Art Center and the Charles Mingus Youth Arts Center Exhibition
Written by Super User 05 February 2010
Varnette P. HoneywoodSankofa: Go Back to Fetch ItMonoprint, 35" x 43" (c) Varnette P Honeywood, 2006 Photo Credit of the artist Varnette P. HoneywoodPhoto: La Keeta ƒ. Howard Watts Towers Arts Center ... read more >>
Milestone achieved with canopy installation at Western Station of Expo Line
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 February 2010
Expo Light Rail station copy MILESTONE ACHIEVED WITH CANOPY INSTALLATION AT THE WESTERN STATION OF THE EXPO LINE PROJECTProgress continues on the Expo Light Rail Line with the installation of decorative ... read more >>
Community rallies to support wounded intervention worker
Written by Jasmyne A. Cannick (Contributing Writer) 05 February 2010
Calvin HodgesDominique DiPrimaCommunity Rallies to Support Wounded Intervention WorkerCommunity to Gather on Feb. 5 to Support Paralyzed Gang Intervention Worker Calvin Hodges, KJLH's Dominique DiPrima ... read more >>
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza unveils future development
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 February 2010
Rendering of future development for Crenshaw Plaza.   BALDWIN HILLS CRENSAW PLAZA UNVEILS FUTURE REDEVELOPMENT PLANSCommunity outreach effort garners tremendous response from local community at ... read more >>

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