Los Cerritos Community Newspaper

AES Alamitos began construction in July 2017 of the new air-cooled generators on its 70 acres east of the I-405-I-605-State.

The Awaida family is part of the local Muslim community and they own Joe’s Auto Center in.

A public candlelight vigil will be held 6 p.m. Thursday at Los Cerritos Park, 3750 Del Mar Ave. 3-year-old.

One of the biggest financial fraud cases in the history of Los Angeles County government was first uncovered by a little community newspaper based in Cerritos, a city of 49,000 tucked away in the.

The crash occurred on Halloween in the area of Country Club Drive and Los Cerritos Park Place.

"Me and the family, and the whole Long Beach community [find it] shocking. The question is, why? Why.

Tonight, apparently, at least two Commerce councilmen had enough of each other. A photo, obtained by Los Cerritos Community News, appears to show councilman Leonard Mendoza lying unconscious on the.

Kingswood Oxford School Kingswood-Oxford (1-2) did manage 133 yards rushing on 30 carries. Next up for King (4-0) is a Homecoming clash at Hamden Hall Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Hamden Hall was the only school to beat King in. Kingswood Oxford Head Of School Dennis Bisgaard To Leave June 2018 – After serving as Kingswood Oxford’s Head of

The district also paid Cedillo Jr. $22,000 to finish his college education. Cedillo Jr.’s work at Central Basin and ouster was first reported by Los Cerritos Community News. “He was the best qualified.

Phil Hawkins responds to Los Cerritos Community Newspaper about campaign attacks from opponentsEye-Catching Diwali Festival Showcased at Macy’s in Cerritos – CERRITOS, Calif. — Diwali, the festival of lights, celebrates the victory of good over evil and light over dark. Creating a small and accurate depiction of what Diwali looks like and spreading the joy.

“Gilbert Cedillo Jr. has played a major role in this particular situation with the FBI investigation,” said Randy Economy, editor of the Los Cerritos Community News, which has broken several stories.

Today, Barbara Bixby Blackwell and Jean Bixby Smith are the last Bixbys able to remember living in and around the historic Rancho Los Cerritos home.

Harry Saltzgaver is executive editor of Gazette.