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Inglewood Police Department is HIRING!!!

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City of Inglewood to host new Senior Center Ground Breaking Ceremony

The City of Inglewood invites you to the ground breaking ceremony for the new Senior Center, Monday, February 29, 2016, at 10:00 am at 111 N. Locust St. at the intersection of Locust Ave. and Queen St.  Kudos to Mayor James Butts, city council and Skip Holloran for her tireless work to bring the senior center […]


Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce President wants you to know…

A second letter, authored by Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce Marc T. Little, has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, to refute egregious claims made against the city of Inglewood, in response to city council changing city council meetings to daytime only.  Residents have had mixed reactions to the recent change, yet, Mr. Little […]


Inglewood Housing Authority to open Section 8 list

The Inglewood Housing Authority will accept Section 8 applications December 2nd and 3rd ONLY.


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What’s going on inside Inglewood’s City Honors High School

What is going on inside of Inglewood Unified’s City Honors Preparatory Academy?  City Honors quietly and voluntarily forfeited their right to remain a charter school as of 7/1/2014.  Documents submitted and received by the California Department of Education (CDE) served as notification, City Honors would no longer function as a dependent charter, within the Inglewood […]


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Inglewood Mayor Named Public Sector Leader of the Year

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Boom!  The Southern California Leadership Network has named Inglewood Mayor James Butts their Public Sector Leader of the Year.  Butts will receive the Visionary Award on December 9, 2015, at The Majestic Downtown, during a luncheon.


Inglewood City Council opts to adopt Champions Revitalization Initiative themselves

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In front of a capacity crowd and four hours after the beginning of the Inglewood City Council meeting, Mayor Butts and the council  unanimously voted 5-0 to adopt the Champions Revitalization initiative and as mainstream media describes it, bypasses public vote.


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