Tuesday Mar 11
Cerritos council to consider ban on e-cigarettes use at city facilities
Council members will consider an ordinance on Thursday that would ban the use of e-cigarettes in public areas, such as parks and the Civic Center grounds.
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Poly High freshmen create documented success
Destin Bigsby, a sophomore at Poly High School, won third prize and $750 for his documentary "Mental illness in America."
Cerritos council to vote on paying extra $35,000 for public art sculpture construction
The 1,200-pound art piece in question is Cliff Garten's Infinity, a stainless steel infinity symbol measuring roughly 7 feet by 8 feet.
Norwalka s City Manager Sees Resurgence in Central L.A. County
At Friday's annual State of the City address, Egan outlined Norwalk's "2020 Vision" strategic action plan, calling for continued collaboration with neighboring communities like Downey, Cerritos, Santa Fe Springs, and Bellflower.
Who has the top tourism tips in Long Beach? Parking valets
LONG BEACH >> Virtually everyone involved in the tourism business in Long Beach plays a part in selling the city: the 480 people who work in ground transportation, the 565 people involved with travel agencies and cruise ships, the 2,516 hotel and motel workers, the 110 employees at car rental desks.
Docent Training Get involved in your community, learn about local history, meet new friends and enhance your public speaking skills as a member of Rancho Los Cerritos' upcoming docent-training class.
Long Beach area cities have been preparing for CalPERS increases
Local governments said Wednesday that they have been preparing for a California Public Employees' Retirement System decision to effectively increase contribution rates to cover the cost of benefits for retirees who are living longer.