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Public Outreach Meeting on CulverCity Bus Changes – Oct. 8

Public Outreach Meeting on CulverCity Bus Changes – Oct. 8

Culver CityBus will be holding two public outreach meetings on October 8th on its future service changes. Proposals include changes on Lines 1, 4, and 7. The public outreach meetings will be held from 2:00-4:00 pm and 6:00-8:00 pm in the Garden Room in the Veterans Memorial Building. For more information, please click on www.culvercitybus.com or call (310)  253- 6569

Fullscreen Aquired by Chernin/AT&T

Fullscreen Aquired by Chernin/AT&T

The Chernin Group and AT&T have finalized a deal to acquire a majority stake in YouTube network Fullscreen.  Financial details of the transaction weren’t released, but Fullscreen CEO George Strompolos, who previously handled partner relations for YouTube, will retain “a material ownership stake in the company,” according to the press release. The sale is supposed to wrap up in the next [...]

Police Seeking Suspect in Petco Robbery

Police Seeking Suspect in Petco Robbery

Police sought the public’s help Thursday to identify and capture an armed man who robbed a pet store. Culver City police say a man walked into Petco Unleashed, 13411 Washington Blvd., about 8:40 last Thursday and demanded that the cashier give him all the money in the cash register while pointing a silver revolver at her. The cashier gave the robber the money and he fled through the [...]

West Basin Water Watch – Stephen Murray

West Basin Water Watch – Stephen Murray

Water usage within West Basin MWD has decreased increased 4.8% compared to last month. This survey compares current use of imported water against last years use of imported water, and show performance relative to the Governors objective to use 20% less. The Survey is of the agencies and retailers within the West Basin Service area and is derived from publicly accessible Water Sales [...]

CCEF Clicks Through to School Contributions

CCEF Clicks Through to School Contributions

In the 2013/2014 school year, the Culver City Education Foundation funded $351,800 worth of projects, programs and equipment in our Culver City Unified schools. We worked hard to provide this level of additional support for our students and our schools, but we could never have done it alone. Support like this is only possible when our efforts are joined by foundations, businesses and individuals [...]

Meeting in a Minute – City Council Sept. 22

Meeting in a Minute – City Council Sept. 22

Here are some highlights from the City Council meeting of September 22, 2014 At this meeting, the City Council: Presented proclamations designating September 27, 2014 as "National Public Lands Day,” October as "Walk to School Month and October 8, 2014 as "Walk to School Day." Presented a certificate to Mr. Arturo Lepe in recognition of his completion of the Family Self Sufficiency [...]

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Online Fundraiser to Support Local Students in Need

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Online Fundraiser to Support Local Students in Need

Here is a way for all of us to obtain some great bargains and help the Friends of the Culver City Youth Health Center in their fundraising efforts for this year. Bidding For Good is an online auction site where nonprofit groups can run auctions to assist in their projects. The Friends group is the fundraising arm of the Health Center which is located on the campus of Culver City High School and [...]

Missing Man Found Safe

Missing Man Found Safe

A 70-year-old man with memory difficulties and possible dementia was located Tuesday, four days after he went missing in Culver City. Ernest Hollins went missing from the 4000 block of Grandview Boulevard on Friday, Sept. 19 about 5:30 p.m. Hollins was found near 11th Street and Vermont Avenue in Los Angeles and taken to Kaiser West Los Angeles, where he was said to be resting comfortably, [...]

National Voter Registration Day – Sept. 23

National Voter Registration Day – Sept. 23

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk is celebrating National Voter Registration Day (NVRD) on Sept. 23 with key community leaders and organizations at University of Southern California and California State University, Los Angeles. With more than one million eligible citizens registered to vote, this non-partisan effort seeks to encourage students and surrounding communities to [...]

Gordo Going Home Today

Gordo Going Home Today

The little white dog whose story drew donations nationwide has made a miraculous turnaround after his leg was nearly severed during a police pursuit last week. Doctors first believed Gordo, a mild-mannered Maltese mix, would lose his limb completely after the rim of a van driven by a stolen vehicle suspect sliced his hip joint during a wild chase in South Los Angeles last Wednesday. Now, [...]

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