Monthly Archives: March 2016

Senate candidate speaks on future of CA’s higher education system

(Palo Alto, CA) – California is taking away an outstanding educational opportunity from some of its best and brightest high school graduates by limiting their access to the University of California system. US News and World Report ranks UC Berkeley and UCLA  20th and 23rd in the nation, yet 30% of their students come from out […]

CA Governor endorses local Senator for Congress

COMPTON, CA— Marking his most significant endorsement yet, today State Senator Isadore Hall won a powerful endorsement from California Governor Jerry Brown in his campaign for California’s 44th Congressional District seat.


Familiar names apply for vacant seat on Carson city council

18 members of the Carson community have submitted their intent to fill a vacant seat on the Carson city council.  Many have substantial name recognition.  One is the grandson of a Compton lawyer, the other the mother of a former Los Angeles city council candidate, another is an established pastor and another works for the former […]



COMPTON, CA— Underscoring his extensive support throughout California’s 44th Congressional District, today State Senator Isadore Hall’s campaign released a poll memo showing him with a resounding lead over the field of candidates competing to succeed Congresswoman Janice Hahn.

How to do business with the city of Inglewood

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The City of Inglewood along with the El Camino College Small Business Development Center will host a 2-hour presentation on How to Do Business with the City of Inglewood which will take place on Wednesday, March 30, 2016, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, at Inglewood City Hall in Community Room A (1st floor).

Compton non-profits don’t have access to community center

The city of Compton held a regular city council meeting on Tuesday, March 22, 2016, in council chambers.  The meeting revealed non-profits don’t have access to reserve the Dollarhide Community Center and council passes resolutions, with high dollar amounts attached, with no accountability from the organizations receiving those funds.

LA County Metro is HIRING

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The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority aka Metro, is accepting applications for a wide range of positions.  One perk is the 8am-4:30pm work day!  Good luck.

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