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Conservancy keeps Baldwin Hills looking natural

By Darlene Donloe, Contributing Writer BALDWIN HILLS — When it comes to recreational activities, there is a lot to see and do in Baldwin Hills. From the...

Coronavirus-Related Hospitalizations Continue Record Pace In County

LOS ANGELES — For the fourth time in the past week, Los Angeles County reported a record number of COVID-19 patients in area hospitals...

Culver City parks offers modified summer programming

CULVER CITY — Summer activities are back in session at Culver City parks, with some modifications, as the city’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services...

Homeless program targets those vulnerable to COVID-19

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is embarking on an “ambitious plan” to house 15,000 homeless Angelenos who are most vulnerable...

City Council extends rent control ordinance

CULVER CITY — The City Council voted July 16 to extend the city’s interim rent control ordinance through Oct. 31 as a sign of...

Venice Family Clinic expands outreach to homeless

VENICE — The Venice Family Clinic has expanded the outreach of its homeless health care services during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide testing and...

Culver City reopens municipal pool for public swimming

CULVER CITY — The city’s municipal pool reopened July 13 with limited hours and stringent public safety measures, after closing four months ago to...

Food program may run out of funds this month

CULVER CITY — A food program that provides free meals from local restaurants to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic is in danger...

Stay-At-Home Orders Result In More Domestic Violence Reports

LOS ANGELES — The coronavirus has impacted everyone, some more than others. One issue is clear: advocates for survivors of domestic violence remain concerned about...

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