Monthly Archives: April 2013

Inglewood candidate hopes fifth times a charm

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George Dotson has been involved in Inglewood politics for nearly 20 years serving on the City of Inglewood’s Planning Commission.  Serving on the commission is by appointment, not election, so it is quite peculiar that this is Dotson’s umpteenth time on the ballot to represent District 1 residents.

Driver suspected of DUI crashes near Compton

LOS ANGELES – A man was expected to be booked on suspicion of felony driving under the influence after crashing his car with


Inglewood Teachers Union gets good news

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The ITA Union wins three major grievances affecting several hard working members of the Union.

**Updated** Sunburst Youth Academy for At-Risk Youth

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Do you have a child that needs help that you are struggling to provide?  Is your child at-risk of not graduating and/or going to jail?  Are you a single mother at your wits end on what to do to get your child motivated?  Sunburst Youth Academy is an excellent, live-in program, that is offered at 5 1/2 […]

2013 California Distinguished Schools, 5 in the South Bay

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Five public schools in the South Bay were among 218 middle and high schools statewide to be named a 2013 California Distinguished School – one of the highest honors in California public education. The A-list this year includes

Issues in the Hood with Lonzo Williams interviews Omar Bradley

Hub City Radio is a Compton based radio show that highlights individuals who are up and coming music artists and also addressing the political climate in the city.  In case you missed last weeks “Issues in the Hood”

City of Inglewood City Council Meeting 4/16/13

Where are Councilmembers Judy Dunlap and Mike Stevens?


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