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Reported 'carjacking.' The comments on this story are also funny, because of the racist and stereotypical things some people will post.

Meet State Senate Candidate Ed Hernandez Saturday, May 8, 3-5pm

Assemblyman Ed Hernandez
Assemblyman Ed Hernandez is running for election to state senate district #24, which includes El Monte, Monterey Park, Rosemead and South San Gabriel.

Our Good Neighbors at Wal-Mart

$27.6 million settlement for violating environmental laws in California. Meanwhile, a potentially massive sex discrimination suit against the retail giant moves forward.

Reminder: SGHS E-Waste Event, March 6-7

Reminder, since the original post has dropped off the front page.

Bring your old televisions to SGHS this weekend and help support our local high school. A copy of the flyer is attached to the original post, linked above.

Rosemead Community Yard Sale

This year, the yard sale moves to the Southern California Edison parking lot, 2255 Walnut Grove Avenue, Rosemead, CA. This means virtually unlimited space for potential sellers.

Early registration ends March 4. Late registration ends March 11. Additional information is here.

E-Waste Event Coming to SGHS, March 6-7, 9am to 4pm

South Parking Lot, SGHS, 801 S. Ramona Street, San Gabriel, CA 91776.

The flyer is attached. Feel free to pass along this information.

The SGHS PTA is one of several non-profit organizations that are benefiting from the e-waste recycling program. If you have an old tv, computer, or other electronic equipment that you no longer use, consider recycling it on March 6-7.

"Sobriety" Checkpoints

According to the NYT, since 2006, police have increased their use of sobriety checkpoints.

At these "sobriety" checks, they also check for licenses. If drivers lack licenses, the cars are impounded. Recovering the car can cost in the range of $2,000 to cover fines and impound fees.

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