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SwimLA is back, providing swim lessons to thousands of children at all LA City pools. The classes are taught by City-certified lifesaving professionals. SwimLA lessons are offered in two-week sessions from June 17 until Aug. 23, with registration beginning two days before each session. The swim program offers convenient, family-friendly schedules with morning, afternoon and evening lessons…

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The City of San Fernando has planned nights of  family friendly entertainment throughout the summer for the community to enjoy. Set to kick off in July, each event will have a theme.  While city events always have plenty of activities for young children, this year they will include entertainment that teens can also enjoy, and at each event there will also be an opportunity to get out of yo…

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Summer Movie Fest at CSUN is an outdoor movie screening series held every Thursday during the summer months  has grown to become a part of the Northridge culture. Each week Associated Students Productions brings a popular movie, free activities, food trunks, and entertainment to the center of the campus on the  Oviatt Lawn for all to enjoy.  

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June is National Pet Preparedness Month. The best way to stay safe in any emergency or disaster is by being prepared. Our pets are family members and they depend on us for love, care and prote…

Summer fun is scheduled in communities  throughout the San Fernando Valley at public pools, libraries and at special events at your local park.  Movies in the Park have been planned by the Cit…

On Sunday, June 16, actor-director-playwright Michael Kearns will, like millions of other men with children across the United States, be celebrated on Father’s Day. 

Ignacio Gomez received a phone call that no artist wants to receive. His artwork, the mural he painted for San Fernando’s Cesar Chavez Monument had been vandalized. Black paint appeared to hav…

Hundreds of police cadets and officers joined community residents for the third edition of the LAPD Foothill Fitness Run on June 9 at the Hansen Dam Recreation Center. Participants could choos…

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Representative Tony Cárdenas (CA-29) has introduced the Safe Sleep for Babies Act of 2019 following reports of infant deaths tied to incline sleep products. This legislat…

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Mayor Eric Garcetti has announced the second season of SwimLA, a program that provides Angelenos between the ages of 4 and 17 with opportunities to learn to swim.

The morning clouds were starting to break on Wednesday, June 5, as a group of men and women runners — all wearing green shirts — jogged in two rows along Truman Boulevard. They were escorted b…

There was the traditional dress, music, food, and the dance — first with the dad and then with the chambelán. And there was the toast.

LA City Councilmember Greg Smith leads the cheers and applause for the Granada Hills Charter High state and national champion 2019 Academic Decathlon team. Street signs were unveiled near the …

LOS ANGELES – Sylmar resident Arka Sangbaran Oroojian has pleaded guilty to battering two women he allegedly punched  in the face at a downtown LA hot dog stand in January.

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Homelessness in Los Angeles County spiked by 12 percent over the past year to reach an estimated 58,936 people, according to figures released Tuesday, June 4, with the regi…

The art scene in the Northeast Valley reached a crescendo this past weekend when Mission Opera debuted its first production, Mozart’s “Cosi fan Tutte” (All Women Do The Same).

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — A 27-year-old teacher’s aide at an elementary school in North Hollywood was behind bars on Tuesday, June 4, in lieu of $850,000 bail, and charged with the sexual abuse of a…

A mixture of 10 high school and college students have received scholarships from the Education Commission of the City of San Fernando as part of its fourth annual scholarship program.

Six days after going on strike in January, the union that represents thousands of teachers reached an agreement with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).

The students from Serrania Charter for Enriched Studies Elementary School in Woodland Hills were the winners of the Conga Kids Dance Championship, held recently at the Xbox Plaza at L.A. Live.