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PRELATE TO CONDUCT BLESSING OF WATER WITH NEW MURON AT ST. On Sunday, August 2, 2015, H.E. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, will preside over Divine Liturgy and deliver the sermon at St. On Sunday, July 26, 2015, H.E. Requiem service followed, during which prayers were offered for Lisbon 5. On Wednesday, July 29, 2015, H.E. His Eminence was also invited to speak at the event, which will take place on August 4. The Prelate thanked them for their visit and for the invitation to take part in commemorating the legacy of our martyrs.
In October 2002 Three men have been charged with the rape and murder of a 15-year-old girl who was kidnapped on her way to school in Los Angeles nearly 13 years ago. Eddie Chavira, 30, Daniel Cervantes and George Barraza, 35, were all charged on Tuesday, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. Her family, including mother Fabiola, have had to wait 13 agonising years for answers Chavira's sister Rosemary Chavira, 28, was charged with Sierra's murder in March. Her body was later transported out of the city.
18, 2002, while on her way to Schurr High School in Montebello. Her body was found in the San Bernardino Mountains the next day. 18 in 2002, Eddie Chavira, 30, was in custody over the shooting and told a fellow Lott gang member that he was going to have other members of the gang "take care of witnesses," according to prosecutors. Chavira then got in touch with his 15-year-old sister, Rosemary Chavira, to help with the effort. Rosemary Chavira, now 28, was charged in March with the killing, making a significant turn in the case.
MONTEBELLO >> "Their smiles were so big," said florist Cheryll Goto on Thursday, recalling reaction the previous day of residents at the Rio Hondo Subacute & Nursing Center, when she and several volunteers presented them with colorful bouquets. The surprise visit was part of Goto's participation in Teleflora's "Make Someone Smile Week," a national benevolent program. Beverly Blvd., Suite E, has been participating in the program the last six years. "It's such a good cause," she said. "I was raised loving flowers," she said.
Jacqueline Morovati General manager, Acorn-Gencon Plastics Jacqueline Morovati, 46, is general manager of Acorn-Gencon Plastics in Chino, Calif., a unit of Morris Group International. Morovati: As I was attending CSULA, I needed a job to cover my tuition. Morovati: That as large as the industry is, particularly in Southern California, everyone knows everyone in one way or another. He runs 14 divisions and he always manages to know what one of them are performing. I also enjoy Pilates, gardening and do-it-yourself house projects.
They're suspected of carjacking a driver in the 3600 block of Whittier Boulevard in Los Angeles on Friday night and robbing a man of his wallet, cell phone and headphones on Leonard Avenue and Whittier Boulevard in East Los Angeles early Saturday morning. Fierro, 23, of Los Angeles, and Soriano, 21, were pronounced dead at the scene. Booking records show Lopez is being held at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood in lieu of a $1 million bail. She will be arraigned Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Cribs Bexco Enterprises Inc., of Montebello, Calif., is recalling about 11,660 DaVinci Cribs because a metal bracket that connects the mattress support to the crib can break, creating an uneven sleeping surface or a gap. Manufactured from May 2012 through December 2012. They were sold at Target and juvenile products stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com from May 2012 to December 2013 for between $150 and $250. Go to www.post-gazette.com/business for Consumer Product Safety Commission breaking news and all recent recalls.
-- Police say two armed suspects were killed early Saturday in Montebello by a local business owner they were trying to rob. To a report of a robbery and shots fired. According to Montebello police, officers arrived to find a male suspect who had sustained multiple gunshot wounds. A second suspect was later located in the 100 block of North Wilcox Avenue with a single gunshot wound. Vuncanon, the victim was shot in the stomach. Whittier was shut down between 20th and Wilcox during the on-scene investigation.
PASADENA >> Authorities on Thursday released the name of a 79-year-old retired priest who was killed when the ambulance he was riding in collided head-on with another vehicle on Fair Oaks Avenue over the weekend. Crash between a private ambulance and a Jaguar sedan on Fair Oaks Avenue, just south of Hammond Street, Los Angeles County Department of Coroner Chief of Operation Craig Harvey said. Her injuries were not life-threatening. The results of toxicology tests were pending, however alcohol did not appear to be a factor, Hettema said.
In the 400 block of North Wilcox Avenue, according to Montebello police and Los Angeles County booking records. His arraignment was postponed to Thursday. Encino, a gang member who is on probation under AB 109 guidelines due to a previous conviction, was being held in lieu of $500,000 bail, according to police and records. Peralta posted $105,000 bond the day of her arrest and was released from custody pending her initial court appearance. Enciso has a criminal record dating back to 1992, Los Angeles County Superior Court records show.
The legislation was unanimously voted out the EPW Committee on June 24. Home to the second busiest U.S.-Mexico border crossing in terms of trade value, San Diego is a fundamental component of the national freight system. 1647, the DRIVE Act, as a first step in the process towards addressing our country's long-term transportation infrastructure funding needs. - Sharon Neely, chairman of Coalition for America's Gateways and Trade Corridors and chief deputy executive director of the Southern California Association of Governments .
Citizens for Public and Open Participation filed the lawsuit Monday, apparently the last day it could do so. James Flournoy, the group's secretary, noted the EIR has several flaws. "Traffic is the big one, and the other thing they ignored is the San Andreas fault," he said. Byron DeArakal, spokesman for the developer, Cook Hill Properties, said he couldn't comment on the lawsuit but believes the city conducted a thorough and complete review of the project. The project is expected the net the city about $500,000 in additional general fund money.
The newest payaso of interest is San Gabriel Valley Democratic Assemblyman Roger Hernandez, who is a politico with issues to say the lease. Hernandez, who first garnered press attention in 2012 for allegedly driving a state-owned vehicle under the influence of alcohol, while in the company of a female Kaiser Lobbyist, apparently is in denial regarding his unrepentant behavior as exampled by his latest episode of intolerant conduct. The Northeast San Fernando Valley Political Machine. Maybe we can get Michael McCue to keyboard a guest column?
MONTEBELLO >> Officials are asking for the public's help in finding the driver of a Ford truck who may have been involved in a hit-and-run that killed a 24-year-old Montebello man. July 8, Montebello police officials said in a statement. Garcia was hospitalized at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, where he died early Friday, county coroner's officials reported. A fund to help Garcia's family has been set up at www.gofundme.com/z275dnw . Anyone with information is asked to call Montebello police Cpl.
While on tour over the past five years, WILLIE BASSE noticed the face of hunger has changed. Companies have downsized, or gone out of business, people have lost jobs, or been laid off. It seems there is no middle class anymore. Heart Of Compassion began in 1993 when founder, Pastor Eric Tietz went door to door in his community inviting neighbors to a free breakfast in a church parking lot in Pico Rivera, CA. They are currently planning a national tour to play music and feed at food pantries nationwide, with the next event to feed Las Vegas, NV.