At a Tuesday press conference, organizers Latinos in Action-California and Centro CHA said they were blindsided by news that El Segundo-based R6 distillery would open its second location in Long Beach, with plans for an 18,500-square-foot warehouse that will include “space for more food and drink — and a machineRead More →

On Monday, October 24, Caledon residents return to the polls to elect their mayor and regional and regional councillors, individuals who aspire to provide leadership to a growing community. Each believes they have the skills and temperament required to represent Caledon well. They believe they are the right people toRead More →

Shambhunath Municipality will construct 24 houses for the poor and disadvantaged Shambhunath Municipality Building. (File photo) SAPTARI: The Municipality of Shambhunath has decided to build a total of 24 houses for the families of poor Dalits, disabled people and disadvantaged people. On Friday, the mayor of the municipality Jitendra PrasadRead More →

Editor’s Note: This editorial was written by Frederika McClary Easley, Director of Strategic Initiatives at The People’s Ecosystem, with market research assistance from Alec Estevez. When states regulate the use of cannabis for adult use, many feel that the job is done and the floodgates to cannabis willRead More →

U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD), and Metro today announced that LACCD has secured a $1 million grant from Congress to expand Metro’s GoPass program to the 2022-23 academic year for the 21 community colleges in LA County. The program provides free transportation onRead More →

With discussions ranging from trash to potholes, Saturday’s Vallejo City Council District 2 Candidates’ Forum at Christ Church still managed to fight their way to the inevitable centerpiece. The beleaguered Vallejo Police Department. Don Jordan, Garrett Toles and Cassandra James fielded questions from moderator Sharon Henry and members of theRead More →

Zhengzhou City Ruins Site, Henan Province Photo: IC A gold “burial mask” dating back more than 3,000 years has been discovered in the tomb of a former nobleman in Zhengzhou, capital of central China’s Henan Province, officials said. Chinese National Cultural Heritage Administration at a recent press conference. Different fromRead More →

umer (Sumeru in Akkadian) was a civilization that flourished in the 3rd millennium BC. The main reason that facilitated the development of Sumer was the very fertile soil between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, this civilization which today occupies the south of Iraq. At that time, the two rivers formedRead More →

Kalpetta Municipality has earned Open Defecation Free (ODF)++ status in the Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) National Ranking, a first achievement in the state, for its meritorious achievements in the solid and liquid waste management. While only the Local Urban Community (ULB) has been selected for ODF++ status in the State,Read More →

Posted: Posted Date – 3:18 PM, Tue – Sep 13, 22 Government Whip Balka Suman, expressing his delight at the approval, said Ramakrishnapur was once a bustling town with coal miners and their families residing there. Channel: In a historic move, Kyathanpalli Municipality was renamed Ramakrishnapur Civic Body. A billRead More →

Some of Mohenjo-Daro’s walls were destroyed as a result of Pakistan’s historic floods. The Department of Culture, Tourism, Antiquities and Archives of Sindh province estimated the repairs would cost $45 million. An ancient city preserved in Pakistan has witnessed ‘massive destruction’ following the country’s historic rains and could cost millionsRead More →

The Indus (or Harappan) Valley Civilization (3300-1300 BCE) spanned 2,000 years and extended from northeast Afghanistan to Pakistan and northwest India . The remains of this vast South Asian civilization are scattered over an area considerably larger than those covered by ancient Egypt or Mesopotamia. However, little was known aboutRead More →

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro), the City of Glendale Beeline, and Glendale Community College (GCC) have partnered to offer all GCC students a free one-year GoPass that allows free rides on all LA Metro and Beeline buses/trains. With this partnership, LA Metro is expanding its GoPassRead More →