Date: September 3rd, 2020

L.A. County Teachers Can Apply for a Class Project Grant from California Credit Union
Education

L.A. County Teachers Can Apply for a Class Project Grant from California Credit Union

California Credit Union is inviting all Los Angeles County teachers who have an innovative class project idea to apply for a credit union grant through its bi-annual Teacher Grant Program. The California Credit Union grant program is available to full-time teachers in Los Angeles County who are looking to fund a special learning opportunity, either in classroom or virtual,…

Labor Day Holiday to Impact L.A. County Testing Location Hours
News

Labor Day Holiday to Impact L.A. County Testing Location Hours

Residents urged to make appointments early at open locations Due to extreme heat and holiday this weekend, testing sites will be operating on modified schedules. The following LA County-operated testing sites will be open on Monday, Sept. 7: Beach Cities Health District – 514 N. Prospect Ave., Redondo Beach, CA 90277 (normal hours). College of the Canyons…

L.A. County Library Offers Laptop & Hotspot Loans at Select Locations
News

L.A. County Library Offers Laptop & Hotspot Loans at Select Locations

Printing pickup will also be offered at all 46 sidewalk service locations L.A. County Library will offer two new services developed to assist those without computers, internet, or printers at home — a laptop and hotspot loan at select libraries, and printing pickup at all sidewalk service locations. The laptop and hotspot loan kit includes…

Pasadena PD Release Sketch of Suspect in Murder Investigation
Crime

Pasadena PD Release Sketch of Suspect in Murder Investigation

On Saturday, May 23, 2020 at approximately 4:10 p.m., Pasadena police responded to the 1500 block of North Lake Avenue regarding a shooting that resulted in the murder of Ray Magee Jr. and the attempted murder of a 23-year-old male. Pasadena homicide detectives released a photo from surveillance video of the actual suspect vehicle on…

City of Pasadena Calls for ‘Responsible Recreation’ Over Labor Day Weekend
News

City of Pasadena Calls for ‘Responsible Recreation’ Over Labor Day Weekend

Heading into Labor Day weekend, the Pasadena Public Health Department urges the public to celebrate responsibly to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. After recent holidays, including Memorial Day, Father’s Day, and the Fourth of July, Pasadena experienced significant increases in local laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19.  Contact tracers were able to attribute the majority of…

City of Pasadena Announces Second Unit ADU Program
News

City of Pasadena Announces Second Unit ADU Program

The City of Pasadena’s housing department is launching a new affordable housing initiative that incentivizes homeowners to create an affordable rental unit on their property. The Second Unit ADU program provides low-cost loans to homeowners who want to create a new ADU (the unit will need to be leased out to Section 8 tenants for…

Career Corner: This Is Not a Competition
Columns

Career Corner: This Is Not a Competition

I hope we’re on the same page. This is a pandemic. It’s not a competition. I’m not sure how many times I’ve been asked lately, “What new hobbies have you picked up since March?” I haven’t. “How much are you working out?” Very little. “How are you spending all this free time?” Like many of…

Tech Tip: Get The Most Out Of Your Firewall
Business

Tech Tip: Get The Most Out Of Your Firewall

A firewall is a device that acts like a security cop watching over your computer network to detect unauthorized access and activity — and every business and individual needs one. However, your firewall is completely useless if it is not set up or maintained properly. Your firewall needs to be upgraded and patched on a…

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