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Free Nonprofit Empowerment Symposium to Offer Valuable Economic Strategies and Resources
October 16, 2018
The Symposium will feature presentations and panel discussions on Affordable Housing and Development, Funding Opportunities, and Tax Essentials for Faith Based and Nonprofit Organizations: Capitalizing on Tax Laws and Exemptions.   ... read more »
Application Period Now Open for $1.2 Million Edison Scholarship Program
October 4, 2018
Scholarship recipients will be announced next spring. ... read more »
GLAAACC Hosts Women In The C-Suite
September 20, 2018
Despite accounting for 19 percent of the U.S. population, women of color occupy a mere 3 percent of the senior executive or “C-suite” positions in Fortune 500 companies, ... read more »
Music, Carnival Rides, Food Trucks at Culver City’s Fiesta La Ballona August 24-26 2018 at Veterans Park 
August 22, 2018
Culver City’s Fiesta La Ballona will be held August 24-26, 2018 at Veterans Park which is located at 4117 Overland Avenue in Culver City. This spectacular summer festival features live performances, carnival rides and games, pony rides and petting zoo, a beer and wine garden, food trucks and a food court, vendor booths showcasing local groups and artisan wares, an aquacade at the Culver City Municipal Plunge, and an interactive sustainability information booth. The Opening Ceremony, with members of the Culver City City Council, will occur on August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Fiesta Entertainment Tent. The ceremony will include special performances by Ballet Folklorico de El Marino and The Actors’ Gang. Admission to Fiesta La Ballona is free and more information is available by visiting or by calling (310) 253-6650.  ... read more »
New Income Guidelines May Help More Customers Stretch Energy Dollars
June 7, 2018
SCE’s CARE and FERA programs assist qualified customers in lowering their energy bills. ... read more »
Smart Cooking is the Recipe to a Safer Thanksgiving
November 15, 2017
And turkey fryers? Not only does the fire association discourage them, UL still refuses to certify turkey fryers. ... read more »
Bill Assistance Program Helps Customers in Need
July 13, 2017
Money-saving, energy-conservation programs, services offered through SCE’s Energy Savings Assistance Program ... read more »
Metallic Balloon Outages Remain a Towering Problem
May 11, 2017
SCE has experienced 280 metallic-balloon-caused outages through April compared to 295 at the same point last year. ... read more »
Safety Super Important for the Big Game
February 3, 2017
A fumble at the wrong time by Atlanta or New England in Sunday’s big game could be game-changing, but fumbling at anytime on electrical safety could be life-changing. ... read more »
Edison Scholar Urges High School Seniors to Apply by Feb. 1 Deadline
January 20, 2016
Athena Chen of Diamond Bar says the $40,000 Edison International scholarship opened the way to college, and now an SCE summer internship ... read more »
SCE Customer Bills to Decrease in January
December 29, 2015
Following a 2-percent decrease in November, an average Southern California Edison customer’s bill will go down another 6 percent in January. The California Public Utilities Commission today approved SCE’s 2016 costs for energy sources the utility needs to supply electricity, which is the main factor in January’s rate decrease. These costs are approved annually. SCE generates about 20 percent of its own power and buys the rest through contracts and short-term markets. ... read more »
Safe Decorating is Another Perfect Gift for the Holidays
December 17, 2015
They are often the center of attention and they are very high maintenance. They also can be very dangerous. Two reminders of this occurred in less than a week last January when a fire that followed a Christmas tree being ignited by a candle destroyed a home in Azusa and a blaze fed by an aging, brittle tree demolished a North Hollywood home. Though three firefighters were injured in North Hollywood, it could have been worse. ... read more »
Application Period Runs Through Feb. 1 for $1.2 Million Edison Scholars Program
December 17, 2015
ROSEMEAD, Calif., Oct. 1, 2015 — Edison International’s $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program, which helps high school seniors realize their dreams of attending college and pursuing studies in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM), announces the start of its 2015-16 application period running today through Feb. 1. ... read more »
Los Angeles LISC appoints Tunua Thrash-Ntuk as new executive director
October 29, 2015
Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) has named an economic development pacesetter to lead its efforts to revitalize distressed neighborhoods across Los Angeles. ... read more »
As Balloon Outages Soar, SCE Urges Responsible Celebrations of Dads, Grads and Newlyweds
June 24, 2015
Like bad weather, metallic balloons are a leading cause of power outages. Unlike bad weather, however, there’s an easy and cheap solution to the outages caused by stray balloons. ... read more »

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