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Business Needs During Pandemic Far Outweigh Solutions

Businesses struggling through the economic hardships of the pandemic have led cities and the state of California to offer unprecedented assistance to help firms, large and small, stay above water. Mandates and restrictions — mostly incurred via county health and state regulations —...

High Tech Abounds in Our ‘Burbs

By Brenda J. Trainor When the average person thinks of tech communities, a place like Silicon Valley immediately comes to mind. But it is right here in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley where one can find many science and technology companies that...

New York & Company Liquidation Sales Now Underway

Initial discounts of up to 60% off women's apparel, accessories and shoes Store closing sales have begun at all New York & Company retail locations across the United States. There will be liquidation sales across approximately 380 store locations in connection with the recent bankruptcy filing of New York & Company's...

IT Security Tip: Don’t Just Throw Out That Old Computer

Need to properly get rid of an old computer? - Courtesy photo by StockSnap from Pixabay  Getting rid of old computers or servers? Did you know that the components used in technology equipment are not landfill-safe? On top of the...

Monrovia Restaurants Frustrated With City and County Politics Regarding Outdoor Dining

Just take a walk or drive down Myrtle Avenue and you might be stunned with the number of outdoor dining options Monrovia businesses offer. Even outside the movie theatre. Newly city-installed barriers and newly created “patios,” that restaurants like The Diplomat have built at...

L.A. County Public Health Unveils Compliance Plan to Enforce Health Officer Orders

As health inspectors conduct visits to ensure infection control measures are in place in businesses across the county, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has created a tiered compliance and enforcement plan that will include citations and fines for businesses that...

Independent Brewer Asks ‘What Ales You, L.A. County?’

Prohibition appears to be back, at least for some craft brews and taprooms Los Angeles County had allowed bars to reopen on June 19. However, cases in the state have spiked in the weeks since. The number of new cases in California reached a new...

Millions in Grants Available Through L.A. Regional COVID-19 Recovery Fund

  Round two of applications is open through Friday only In response to the devastating effects that COVID-19 is having on the local economy, the County of Los Angeles and the City of Los Angeles, in partnership with institutional and corporate philanthropy, have created the L.A....
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