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Tuesday, February 16, 2021
2/11/21This week, the City has been getting more shots into more arms, more quickly, and at more locations. We’re doing it safely and efficiently –– and we’ve already distributed 98 percent of the vaccine doses we’ve been given.But we still don’t have enough vaccines. As a result, today the City will exhaust our current supply. Unfortunately, that means that we’ll have to temporarily close our more
Categories: General News Article, Political, Community, Human Interest
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Update 2/16/21 Getting Students Back Into the Classroom Safely Following state guidelines, grades TK-6 can reopen in counties where the adjusted case rate has been below 25 per 100,000 residents for five days. Los Angeles County reached that much-anticipated milestone on February 15. Students in grades TK – 6 are permitted on-site learning if the school is in full compliance with state and more
Categories: Community, General News Article, Political, Economic, Human Interest
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
To achieve meaningful recovery, we first need to have a clear picture of where we are. LA County's Workforce Development, Aging, and Community Services Department has released an in-depth report on the economic impacts of COVID-19 and the most viable pathways for recovery for the County's industries, workers, and communities. The report confirmed some troubling repercussions: the racial wealth more
Categories: Economic, Political, General News Article
Tuesday, February 09, 2021
On Thursday, January 28th, Boys & Girls Clubs of Venice held our annual Youth of the Year Competition virtually. Four of the Club's talented young leaders, Daniel, Yesenia, Anthony and Alonna, competed for the Youth of the Year title. The judges had their work cut out for them, deciding between four incredible candidates, but in the end, Alonna came out victorious. Alonna, an energetic and more
Categories: Community, Fun Facts, Human Interest
Monday, February 08, 2021
Today, SoCalGas announced it will provide $1.3 million to fund the development of four hydrogen fuel technologies that could provide emissions-free transportation for railways and at ports in California and around the world.   The funding will help bring to market innovative clean hydrogen technologies, including fuel-cell marine vessels, hydrogen refueling stations at ports, and fuel cell more
Categories: Community, Fun Facts, General News Article