Date: January 14th, 2021

Application for Pasadena Small Business COVID-19 Grants Opens Jan. 25
Business

Application for Pasadena Small Business COVID-19 Grants Opens Jan. 25

Program provides up to 50 small businesses with grants of $7,500 each The City of Pasadena and Pasadena Community Foundation (PCF) announce the Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program to assist small businesses in Pasadena impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides approximately 50 reimbursable grants of $7,500 each to qualifying small businesses. Source…

L.A. County Not Yet Offering Vaccines to Seniors 65 and Older
News

L.A. County Not Yet Offering Vaccines to Seniors 65 and Older

By Jordan Green and Fabiola Diaz After Governor Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that seniors 65 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health clarified that the county will not immediately be able to do so. “The current priority is to complete vaccination of Phase 1A…

Career Corner: Making Lemonade
Columns

Career Corner: Making Lemonade

By Angela Copeland As the pandemic continues to rage on in the United States, many of us have felt locked indoors. We’ve felt isolated. It’s been lonely. It’s scary. This is especially true for anyone who is living away from their loved ones. It can be hard to get help with things when you need…

DOJ Prosecutors Seeking Those Who Assaulted Media During Capitol Attack
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DOJ Prosecutors Seeking Those Who Assaulted Media During Capitol Attack

FBI warns ‘armed protests’ are in the planning stages By Terry Miller The world watched on in alarm as an attempted coup on Jan. 6 by supporters of President Donald Trump, QAnon conspiracy theorists, Proud Boys and countless right-wing fringe groups, invaded the Capitol ahead of Congress certifying the electoral win of President-elect Joe Biden —…

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