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Wilder’s Preparatory Academy Charter school is the BEST school in Inglewood

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This year Inglewood Unified School District is excited that 5 out of 20 schools in the district received an API score of 800 or better and as always, the best school in Inglewood, is not part of the IUSD.  Wilder’s Preparatory Academy Charter has the highest score in the entire City of Inglewood with an […]


IUSD: Monroe Mariners are having a Zumba Fundraiser

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Join Inglewood Unified School Districts – Monroe Middle school, where they will be hosting a Zumbathon fundraiser for the schools sports programs.  The event will be held at the Monroe Middle School Gymnasium (a Measure K project).  Hope to see you there! Date:   Saturday, November 10th Time:  9:00-11:00am Cost: $12.00


Save the Date: Najee Ali Book Signing

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 Join community activist Najee Ali for a book signing of Raising Hell: A Life of Activism.  Mr. Ali will be hosting two (2) opportunities to meet him in person and have your book signed.  We have included an excerpt below. 


City of Compton Residents passed Measure B

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 Back in May we pondered the effects of Measure B passing in the City of Compton.  Measure B was drafted to state that City of Compton residents would only be able to vote for the council members who resided in their district, only the mayor could be voted for at-large.  Would City of Compton residents […]


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How passionate are City of Inglewood Residents

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City of Inglewood residents cast their ballots this past Tuesday and in addition to re-electing President Barack Obama, they also passed Measure GG.


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Martin Luther King, Jr. Hospital Street Naming Contest

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 Los Angeles County Supervisor, Mark Ridley-Thomas wants your help in the naming of the street surrounding the Martin Luther King, Jr. Hospital located in unincorporated Willowbrook. The contest is in its final stages so cast your vote here! Related Articles Health plan chief to head Martin Luther King, Jr. Hospital


Where to Vote in City of Inglewood

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Having trouble locating your nearest polling place?  If you live in the 4th District in the City of Inglewood, you may vote at: – Bennett-Kew Elementary School (Cherry & 117th St.) – Inglewood Library (Crenshaw & 112th St.) – Worthington Elementary School (Yukon & 111th St.) To find the polling place nearest you, click here.


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