Krekorian’s office gives status on Mulholland washout and closure

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On Saturday, February 6, a portion of Mulholland Drive was consumed by heavy rains that washed out a one mile stretch east of Coldwater Canyon. In response, the office of Councilmember Paul Krekorian has been working closely with city, state and … [Read more...]

Valentine’s Day fundraiser for Notre Dame High graduate battling cancer

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BY MY DAILY FIND STAFF Studio City resident and 2009 Notre Dame High School graduate Brooks Paul, 19, is playing the cards he's been dealt, but it is a bitter hand. In 2006, at age 15, he was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma (bone cancer).  At  that … [Read more...]

Congressman Sherman Hosts Telephone Town Hall

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Washington D.C.— Congressman Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) hosted a telephone town hall the evening of January 25, fielding questions from a number of the thousands of constituents who participated from their own homes in the San Fernando … [Read more...]

Operation Dress Up to hold clothing drive for children of Haiti

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BY MY DAILY FIND STAFF Operation Dress Up, an organization that usually collects gently used clothing for homeless students, is holding a clothing drive to benefit the children of Haiti on Saturday January 23rd at Yozen Frogurt located at 6450 Platt … [Read more...]

Two faiths unite to plant trees for MLK Day of Service

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BY BOBBI RUBINSTEIN On Sunday, January 17, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, volunteers from Valley Beth Shalom (VBS), a synagogue in Encino, and the New Philadelphia AME Church in Rancho Dominguez, planted trees and … [Read more...]

Studio City father in need of stem cell donor match

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BY KAREN YOUNG In the fall of 2006, Studio City resident Jeff Tohl, now 58, was diagnosed with  Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.  At that time, Tohl, who is an architect and father to three teens, underwent a stem cell transplant at the City of Hope that … [Read more...]

Paul Krekorian Assumes City Council Office

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LOS ANGELES – Paul Krekorian officially assumed office in the Los Angeles City Council Tuesday, becoming the first Armenian-American member elected to that body in the City’s history. Krekorian’s 14 percent margin of victory on December 8, … [Read more...]

Congressman Sherman releases San Fernando Valley Census Report

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Washington, D.C. — Congressman Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) released the U.S. Census Bureau’s latest San Fernando Valley Census Report yesterday, January 5.  At his request, the Census Bureau updated the report using detailed data from the 2008 … [Read more...]

Women’s Care Cottage to close if funds aren’t raised by December 15

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BY MY DAILY FIND STAFF The Women's Care Cottage in North Hollywood should be celebrating its 25th anniversary, however instead they may be shutting their doors on December 15.  They have had a dramatic drop in funding  and need $300,000-$500,000 … [Read more...]

Krekorian wins Second Council District run-off election

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BY ANGELA FENTIMAN Assemblymember Paul Krekorian soundly defeated former Paramount executive Christine Essel Tuesday to take the Second Council District seat on the Los Angeles City Council. Krekorian earned 56.56 percent of the vote (10,810 total … [Read more...]