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Three Ways to Save Money With Coupons
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 March 2009
In this economy, people are looking to save money wherever they can. That means many are turning to an old favorite: coupons. There's no question that coupons can save shoppers serious money at ... read more >>
More Americans Turning Their Passions Into Successful Businesses
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 March 2009
If you've got a hobby, or even just a vision, it doesn't take much to turn your dream into an online business that can provide extra income or even a backup plan in the event of a job loss. ... read more >>
Get Free Tax Help at IRS Offices
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 March 2009
IRS Taxpayer Assistance Centers in Los Angeles County will be open for "Super Saturday," March 21, from 9 am to 2 pm to provide free tax help to area residents. IRS employees will be going ... read more >>
Broadway Federal Bank Hosts Town Hall Meeting to Discuss the Stimulus Package
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 March 2009
On Saturday, March 21, Broadway Federal Bank is hosting a Town Hall Meeting, "Understanding the Stimulus Package" at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center, 4718 W. Washington Blvd, LA 90016. ... read more >>
Assemblymember Price Plans 'Summit on Economic Recovery'
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 March 2009
Discuss Strategies for Creating New Jobs and Worker Protection,  Assemblymember Curren D. Price (D-Inglewood) will hold a major policy round table discussion with business and labor leaders at ... read more >>
National Urban League Publish New Foreclosure Prevention Workbook
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 March 2009
Wells Fargo and Advice from Foreclosure Experts Given to Homeowners across the Country Wells Fargo announced  that with the National Urban League it will co-sponsor a new edition of The Foreclosure ... read more >>
Freight Rail: A Vital Role to the Los Angeles Economy
Written by Shelley Bell 05 March 2009
By There is no denying the need to transport goods and supplies across the Los Angeles region. How to transport those goods, in the best interest of California consumers, businesses and even the environment; ... read more >>
Strategies for Rescuing Your Retirement
Written by Jesse D. Smith (Special to the Sentinel) 26 February 2009
Work with your Financial Advisor. There are many do-it-yourself investment resources available to investors today, but none of them can replace the experienced, personal service we provide. We have ... read more >>
GSML to Increase Number of Commercial Real Estate Loans
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 February 2009
Due to the failing economy affecting the financial situation of many banks and other financial service institutions, loans can be difficult for small businesses to obtain. Minority owned Golden State ... read more >>
Golden State Mutual Life Appoints New District Manager
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 February 2009
Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company (GSM) has recently named James Jackson as the new District Manager for Los Angeles, the company's largest district. He is heading up the Los Angeles ... read more >>
Speaker Bass Announces Assembly Task Force to Assist in State Economic Recovery Efforts
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 February 2009
Following approval of the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Assembly Speaker Karen Bass (D-Los Angeles) today announced the formation of a new Assembly task force to develop a blueprint ... read more >>
Mayor Villaraigosa, President Clinton Light the Way to A Greener L.A.
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 February 2009
Green street light program - largest environmentally friendly LED lights project ever undertaken by a city - will reduce CO2 emissions by 40,500 tons and save the City of Los Angeles $10 million annually ... read more >>
County Budget Cuts will Trim Projects, Increase Layoffs
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 February 2009
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors agreed last week to dip into a reserve fund to pay some bills, but also agreed to trim a list of projects to be funded in the face of state budget cuts. ... read more >>
Broadway Federal Bank Announces Appointment of Wayne-Kent A. Bradshaw
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 February 2009
President and Chief Operating Officer Broadway Financial Corporation ("Company") (NASDAQ Small-Cap: BYFC), the holding company of Broadway Federal Bank, f.s.b. ("Bank" or "Broadway"), ... read more >>
Hot Health Careers in High Demand Now
Written by Sentinel News Service 29 January 2009
Medical research, technological advancements and a population that is living longer are all reasons that the health care field continues to grow. Although the industry is demanding more workers, there ... read more >>
Metro Hoping for Stimulus Package to Start New Projects
Written by Sentinel News Service 29 January 2009
Armed with a new revenue stream from the recently approved increase in the county sales tax, Metro's board of directors approved environmental impact studies for four major transit projects. The ... read more >>
Cutting Back on City Vehicles could be Key to Deficit Solutions
Written by Sentinel News Service 29 January 2009
At a time when the city of Los Angeles is facing a multimillion-dollar deficit, as much as $10 million a year could be saved by cutting back on the number of vehicles that city employees take home ... read more >>
Nursing industry desperate to find new hires
Written by Dinesh Ramde (Associated Press) 08 January 2009
Please, please accept a high-paying job with us. In fact, just swing by for an interview and we'll give you a chance to win cash and prizes.  Sounds too good to be true, especially in an economy ... read more >>
County Warns against Property Tax Scam
Written by Sentinel News Service 08 January 2009
Los Angeles County residents were warned to be wary of private companies that offer to file property reassessment forms for a fee. Los Angeles County Assessor Rick Auerbach said his office has received ... read more >>
Sentinel Increases Price
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 18 December 2008
Effective Jan. 1, 2009, the Los Angeles Sentinel will increase the price of its newspaper from 50 cents to 75 cents in a decision made by President and Executive Editor Danny J. Bakewell Jr. "We ... read more >>
Financial Expert Encourages Shoppers to Get Creative
Written by Ayana Jones (Special to the NNPA from the Philadelphia Tribune) 18 December 2008
Personal finance expert Lynette Khalfani-Cox wants to help people navigate holiday shopping during these tough economic times. "The Money Coach," is encouraging consumers to be judicious ... read more >>
NPR to Eliminate 64 Positions
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 December 2008
With an uncertain economy and a sharp decline in current and projected revenues from corporate underwriting, National Public Radio officials announced they will be cutting its work force and canceling ... read more >>
Commercial Real Estate Abundant due to Sour Economy
Written by Sentinel News Service 18 December 2008
Commercial real estate is becoming a buyers market in the Southland as a sour economy is causing more business closures and office vacancies, according to a USC report issued last week. With the country ... read more >>
City of L.A WIB and the CDD Hosted International Trade Breakfast in Support of Local Businesses
Written by Sentinel News Service 11 December 2008
Event promoted international trade, addressed challenges faced by businesses, and highlighted job opportunities for local residents. The City of Los Angeles Workforce Investment Board (WIB), the Community ... read more >>
Director Gloria Gray Committed to Improving the Lives of Her Constituents
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 November 2008
Gloria Gray was elected to the Board of Directors of the West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) in 2006. Since that time she has been an inspirational agent of change to improve the lives ... read more >>

 

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