Community Articles

Harbor City Neighborhood Council – Stakeholder’s Meeting

Third Wednesday of the month, 6:00 p.m., held at the Harbor City Library, 24000 Western Ave, Harbor City. Mission Statement: The mission of the Harbor City Neighborhood Council is to improve the quality of life for all in Harbor City by creating and fostering a safe, healthy, orderly and clean environment that welcomes ethnic and [Read more...]

Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council – Stakeholder Meetings

BOARD MEETING (all stakeholders are welcome to attend) Second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. 135th Street Elementary School Auditorium 801 W. 135th Street   Tweet

Harbor Gateway South Neighborhood Council – Stakeholder Meetings

Meetings at: Halldale Elementary School Auditorium on 216th Street between Halldale and Normandie. Ample parking, ample seating, and translators all are available. Email us jedwards.lacity@yahoo.com More info at www.harborgatewaysouth.org/info   Harbor Gateway South Neighborhood Council YOUR COUNCIL Neighborhood Councils were mandated by the voters of the City of Los Angeles as a part of the [Read more...]

Harbor City Food Truck Thursdays back at Narbonne

Eat at the city’s best gourmet food trucks on Thursday nights! 14 to 16 gourmet food trucks every Thursday, a different experience each time! Event is hosted by Dindinagogo (www.dindinagogo.com). Narbonne 24300 S. Western Ave., Harbor City, CA 5:30pm to 9:00pm, every Thursday. Tweet

Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting of Congresswoman Janice Hahn’s New San Pedro Office

Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting of Congresswoman Janice Hahn’s New San Pedro Office Thursday, January 5, 5:30 pm Location: 140 W. 6th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731 Refreshments will be served

Narbonne Gauchos win City Section Division I Championship

Read the LA Times Article by Eric Sondheimer Narbonne wins City Section football title Tray Boone’s six touchdowns and 301 yards rushing help the Gauchos overcome a bad start in a 48-32 victory over the Carson Colts.  For one glorious night, Harbor City Narbonne should change its school name to Boone High, as in Tray [Read more...]

Occupy L.A.: It’s time for a bigger mission – latimes.com

Mayor Villaraigosa ordered the Occupy LA protesters to vacate ctiy property last Sunday at midnight.  The LA Times is covering the latest with this movement. “If Mayor Villaraigosa didn’t care, the Occupiers would have vacated long ago. But this reader does make a strong point otherwise. Protesters across the country should band together and narrow [Read more...]

Stimulus funding for new hires

Stimulus Funding for new HiresGreat news,  a National Emergency grant for On the Job Training funding is availble to employers in L.A.. The grant will pay up to 90% of the wages of all new hires during the first 2 – 3 months for individuals who have been laid off and receiving UI benefits for [Read more...]

South Bay / Harbor Area health calendar – The Daily Breeze

We found this article to be very interesting for our community, check it out!   South Bay / Harbor Area health calendar – The Daily Breeze. Tweet

South Bay Farmers’ Market

South Bay Farmers’ Market At Kaiser Permanente South Bay At Parkview Building (corner of Vermont and PCH) Wednesdays from 11:00am – 4:30 pm Bringing you freshly picked strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries with an assortment of organic citrus and apples, dried fruit and nuts, plums, peaches, summer corn and melons, spring salad mixes, farm fresh eggs, [Read more...]