Barbecue Raises Money To Help Lomita Station Front Desk Greeter Diana McWhorter Recover From StrokeMcWhorter suffered a setback at the end of February, after initially recovering from the stroke on Jan. 31. She remains at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center in Torrance, but her sister Sheryl McWhorter says she’s coming along in her recovery.
Californians Must File 2020 Taxes In Order To Receive Golden State Stimulus Payment Of Up To $1,200The Golden State Stimulus payment is aimed at supporting low-income Californians and helping those who have suffered a hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These payments will not be scheduled until each 2020 tax return is processed.
New Site Launched For Volunteers Interested In Helping Migrant Children Who Will Be Housed At Long Beach Convention CenterMigrant children who will be temporarily housed at the Long Beach Convention Center are expected to arrive this week – and a new site has been set up so members of the community and local businesses can help support them.
Applications Open For Up To $9,000 Of FEMA Funeral AssistanceA maximum amount of $9,000 per funeral is being made available from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) COVID-19 Funeral Assistance program.
Altadena Couple Raises Awareness Of Organ Donation While Searching For A Donor In TrafficDebra Starr-Knecht was diagnosed with Stage 5 kidney failure last year. Now, she and her husband make the drive from their Altadena home to the 405 freeway overpass in West Los Angeles in hopes of not only finding a match, but also raising awareness of organ donation.
From Long Beach To Santa Monica, Tsunami Map Outlines Threat To LA County ResidentsExperts say a large tsunami could one day flood sizeable areas of Marina del Rey and Long Beach to an elevation of 15 feet, potentially threatening homes and lives.