Supervisor Ridley-Thomas honored the Westchester High School Comets’ basketball team, winners of a fifth State Division I championship, at yesterday’s Board of Supervisors meeting. The Comets easily defeated McClymonds 49-31 in the title game in Sacramento. It was the school’s first state title since 2005. Supervisor Yaroslavsky also praised the Westchester team for its accomplishments.
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For the first time, a train has crossed the 405 between Hindry near LAX and IVY Street in Inglewood. The Metro Crenshaw/LAX Line will extend from the existing Metro Exposition Line at Crenshaw and Exposition Boulevards. The Line will travel 8.5 miles to the Metro Green Line and will serve the cities of Los Angeles, […]
Celebrating significant progress toward the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) joined federal, state and local elected officials and community leaders to mark the completion of the Southwestern Yard, designed and constructed to attain LEED Silver Certification with many “green” features. These features include: pollution reducing construction processes, easy access […]
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas welcomed more than 50 students from Lennox Middle School to the Los Angeles County Public Library and Microsoft DigiCamp, and encouraged them to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). “STEM is an approach to the world – a critical way to understand, explore, and engage with the world – […]
The $2-billion Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project is scheduled for completion in 2019 but, thanks to students at Los Angeles Trade Tech College, we can catch a glimpse right now of what’s to come. Working with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, LATTC students created a video simulating a bird’s eye view of the 8.5-mile light […]