Metro Moves Forward to Help Small Businesses During Crenshaw Construction

Metro Moves Forward to Help Small Businesses During Crenshaw Construction

In an unprecedented move forward, the Metro Board of Directors recently awarded a two year contract to help small businesses impacted by Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project construction.

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From Plan to Project: Rail to River Moves Forward

From Plan to Project: Rail to River Moves Forward

After heartfelt testimony from residents and environmental advocates calling for the revitalization of an 8-mile stretch of blighted abandoned railway in South Los Angeles, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors voted to allocate $2.8 million for pre-construction activities including architectural design work and environmental studies.

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Health Technology Revolutionizes Patient Care
Health Technology Revolutionizes Patient Care

Health Technology Revolutionizes Patient Care

Los Angeles County’s Department of Health Services is installing a new countywide electronic health record system that could be a model for health care organizations across the country.

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Star Housing Apartments Offers New Life on Skid Row
Star Housing Apartments Offers New Life on Skid Row

Star Housing Apartments Offers New Life on Skid Row

Jude Burns stood in awe among the hundreds of people who turned out recently to celebrate the opening of the Star Apartments, a 100 unit supportive housing site for the homeless.

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Metro Station Named After Civic Pioneer Alfred H. Song

Metro Station Named After Civic Pioneer Alfred H. Song

Sasha Song Boehling, 36, of Irvine, remembers her grandfather, Alfred Hoyun Song as a playful and loving grandpa who wore flip flops, played golf and enjoyed spicy Korean food.

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