The County plans to build affordable housing and retail, as well a Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) transit plaza, preparatory boarding academy and training center on the site. Renderings for the project were released in February. ... read more »
Councilman Curren D. Price, Jr., the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks and hundreds of wide-eyed, smiling youth from South LA gathered Sept. 1 to be among the first to use a brand new, state-of-the-art synthetic field at Trinity Park. ... read more »
This is a defining time for South Los Angeles. This week, I joined U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Deputy Secretary Nani Coloretti, along with other elected officials from the federal and local level, to announce that South LA had received a federal Promise Zone designation. ... read more »
Tuesday morning, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced that the jury in the case of “Grim Sleeper” recommended 63-year-old Lonnie David Franklin Jr. be sentenced to death for the killings of nine women. ... read more »
The 8th annual Los Angeles Construction and Associated Careers Awareness Day took place on the Los Angeles Trade-Technical College campus, giving more than 1500 high school students a chance to view career-technical programs up close on the community college campus in South LA. ... read more »
The historic Harold & Belle’s Restaurant is open and ready for customers to come and experience a newly renovated building.
“The remodeling of [our] restaurant is a representation of the community. We want people to see and find quality that’s close to them,” said restaurant owner Jessica Legaux.
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