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LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles County Office of Education has released a detailed plan imposing severe restrictions on what teachers and students must do when schools reopen.

Since World War II, a member of Art Guzman’s family from Pacoima has served in every major conflict involving the United States. His uncle Manuel served in WWII. Two other uncles, David and Ru…

Residents who live in the San Fernando Valley gathered last Saturday morning at what has become their meeting spot --under the freeway overpass near Ritchie Valens Park. They arranged the long…

As we face new circumstances and challenges due to COVID-19 – including isolation, balancing work life with homeschooling children, joblessness or grief – it’s critically important that we pri…

Each year, Forest Lawn’s annual Memorial Day Commemoration brings thousands of viewers to all six of its Southern California memorial parks to honor military members who have given their lives…

The enormous parking lot at the corner of Arroyo Street and Glenoaks Boulevard on the border of Pacoima and San Fernando is desolate. The throngs of cars and people who used to visit the San F…

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Cases of COVID-19 in the Los Angeles County jail system spiked by nearly 60% in the span of a week, according to numbers reported Monday, May 11, by Sheriff Alex Villanueva.

LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE (CNS) — Descanso Gardens will welcome back visitors Saturday, May 16, making adjustments to maintain social distancing as guests finally get the chance to enjoy spring blossoms.

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The California Collegiate Athletic Association has announced it will not hold competition this fall after Chancellor Timothy White announced classes throughout the Californ…

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday, May 12, to extend a moratorium on evictions through June 30 and voted to consider a wide variety of tenant and ho…

I’m going to assume you’ve all heard of the kids’ game “20 Questions.” Well, I’m going to do my own version of that today. I’m going to try to squeeze 20 questions into this column. To do that…

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The California Science Center is launching virtual reality tours of Space Shuttle Endeavour later this week, giving the spacecraft a new mission: educating and entertaining…

Dear Readers: With so many families around the country facing financial challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, I’d like to devote this column to discussing ways that we as parents ca…

On a regular Mother’s Day, Sylmar resident Sylvia Perez and her sister, who lives in Northridge, would take their mom to church and then to a nice breakfast at a restaurant or at home with all…