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Grand Polemarch Announces Appointment of National Director of Program Funding
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 September 2009
Grand Polemarch Announces Appointment of National Director of Program Funding Grand Polemarch Dwayne M. Murray Esq. announced the creation of the position, National Director of Program Funding, to coordinate ... read more >>
Kaiser Opens New Hospital in Downey
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 September 2009
Kaiser Opens New Hospital in Downey Kaiser Permanente opened a 352-bed hospital in Downey to replace its Bellflower Medical Center, the hospital chain announced today.The full service, $390 million hospital ... read more >>
Atty. General Establishes Michael Jackson Drug Database
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 September 2009
Atty. General Establishes Michael Jackson Drug DatabasePrompted by the drug-related deaths of Michael Jackson and Anna Nicole Smith, state Attorney General Jerry Brown announced today the creation of an ... read more >>
Courts to Close on Third Wednesday of Each Month
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 September 2009
Courts to Close on Third Wednesday of Each MonthClosure begins September 16Due to the ongoing statewide financial crisis, the Los Angeles Superior Court and superior courts throughout California, will ... read more >>
L.A. Air Quality at Acceptable Levels
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 September 2009
L.A. Air Quality at Acceptable Levels The largest wildfire in Los Angeles County history was 87 percent contained today and air quality in many areas has returned to "acceptable levels," but the projected ... read more >>
Gospel Fest a Resounding Success
Written by Sentinel News Service 17 September 2009
African American crowd enjoying the Gospel concert held in the heart of Compton.  Photo Credit: Shon Smith of D'Angelo's Photos Saturday's Gospel 2009 in Compton Was a Sell-out Event with 5,000 Attendees  The ... read more >>
African Marketplace & Cultural Fair Joins 2009 Taste of Soul Festival
Written by Jasmyne A. Cannick (Contributing Writer) 17 September 2009
African Marketplace & Cultural Faire Joins 2009 Taste of Soul FestivalCelebrated Cultural Event Finds Temporary Home with Famed Crenshaw Boulevard Festival for 2009The 2009 Taste of Soul Festival recently ... read more >>
Former School Administrator Gets 8 Years in Prison for Sex with Teens
Written by Fred Shuster (City News Service) 17 September 2009
Former School Administrator Gets 8 Years in Prison for Sex with TeensBy Fred ShusterCity News Service A former Los Angeles school administrator who had sexual relations with four teenage girls, one ... read more >>
Hawthorne Makes Run For Whittier City Council
Written by Kenneth Miller (Managing Editor) 10 September 2009
Fred Hawthorne Hawthorne Makes Run for Whittier City CouncilAfrican American hopes to become first minority elected By Kenneth MillerSentinel Managing Editor Fred Hawthorne is used to running. ... read more >>
Summer Fun at Camp Wesson
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 September 2009
Councilmember Herb Wesson with participants at Camp Wesson  SUMMER FUN AT CAMP WESSON Summer fun and a vacation for approximately 80 at-risk African American and Latino kids from South Los Angeles ... read more >>
Ken Miller Begins New Chapter with Rep. Richardson
Written by Jason Lewis (Staff Writer) 10 September 2009
Ken MillerKen Miller Begins New Chapter With Rep. Richardson Long time editor leaving Sentinel after 31 years By Jason Lewis Sentinel Staff Writer The Los Angeles Sentinel has had numerous talented writers, ... read more >>
Compton’s 4th Annual Gospel Fest
Written by Kenneth Miller (Managing Editor) 10 September 2009
Mayor Eric PerrodinCompton's 4th Annual Gospel FestLed by Mayor Eric Perrodin, Compton is undergoing a sea of change and the gospel fest is among the type of family events designed to evolve into the "New ... read more >>
OC Schools' Handling of President's Back-to-School Speech Varies
Written by Paul Anderson (City News Service) 10 September 2009
OC Schools' Handling of President's Back-to-School Speech VariesBy Paul AndersonCity News ServiceCNS--Orange County educators handled President Barack Obama's back-to-school speech in a variety of ways, ... read more >>
Possible Hiring Freeze for LAPD
Written by Christina Villacorte (City News Service) 10 September 2009
Possible Hiring Freeze for LAPDBy Christina VillacorteCity News ServiceCNS--Faced with a $530 million deficit, top city budget officials are suggesting a possible police hiring freeze that would reduce ... read more >>
System Reduces Deputy Misconduct
Written by Elizabeth Marcellino (City News Service) 10 September 2009
System Reduces Deputy Misconduct By Elizabeth Marcellino City News Service CNS--A system developed to identify problem deputies in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department works and, with targeted intervention, ... read more >>
Joseph Business School Open House & Orientation this Fall
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 September 2009
Joseph Business School Open House & Orientation this FallJoin Zoe Christian Fellowship of Whittier this Fall as they launch the Grand Opening of The Joseph Business School (JBS) Greater Los Angeles ... read more >>
The 11th Back-to-School Event
Written by Yussuf Simmonds (Managing Editor) 10 September 2009
The 11th Back-to-School EventThere are many groups, businesses and individuals who are diehard supporters of this event. Mothers In Action applaud Community Financial Service Providers and L.A. Sports ... read more >>
Olympic Gold Medalist Scammed
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 03 September 2009
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City Leaders Join Millennium to Launch Historical National City of Opportunity Initiative
Written by Sentinel News Service 03 September 2009
National City of Opportunity Initiative launched recently will target South Los Angeles, South Bay and Gateway cities. Los Angeles, South Bay City and Gateway City Leaders Join  Millennium to Launch ... read more >>
Snack Attack Providing Work Experience for Disabled Individuals
Written by Jason Lewis (Staff Writer) 03 September 2009
Giant Steps Training Program participantsPhoto Credit: Jason Lewis for SentinelSnack Attack providing work experience for disabled individuals By Jason Lewis Sentinel Staff WriterGiant Steps Training Program ... read more >>
The 2Drum is the First of its Kind
Written by Jason Lewis (Staff Writer) 03 September 2009
Jimmie James plays "The 2nd Drum" which has a 10 inch and 11inch head, and has a very unique soundPhoto Credit: Jason Lewis for SentinelThe 2Drum is the first of it's kindBy Jason LewisSentinel Staff WriterJimmie ... read more >>
Dr. George McKenna is Back
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds (Assistant Managing Editor) 03 September 2009
Supt. George McKennaGeorge McKenna is BackAs one of the pre-eminent educators of our time, McKenna has returned to inject quality education into the Los Angeles Unified School District system once more.By ... read more >>
Bradford Ready to Go to Work for the People
Written by Kenneth Miller (Managing Editor) 03 September 2009
Assemblyman Steve Bradford Bradford Ready to Got To Work for PeopleGardena Councilman an easy winner in 51stBy Kenneth MillerSentinel Managing EditorLong time Gardena City Council member Steve Bradford ... read more >>
Rally Call for Labor
Written by Kenneth Miller (Managing Editor) & Yussuf J. Simmonds (Assistant Entertainment Editor) 03 September 2009
THE UNITED FIGHT: All union organizations come together over the Labor Day holiday to voice their support President Obama's healthcare plan and the employment Free Choice Act. The Fruits of Labor DayPresident ... read more >>
Community Leaders Key in Peaks Selection as Fire Chief
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 03 September 2009
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa stands with newlyappointed Los Angeles Fire Department Chief Millage Peaks.Community Leaders Key in Peaks Selection as Fire ChiefCommunity leaders key in Peaks selection ... read more >>

 

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