LA Restaurant Owners Thrilled To Resume Outdoor DiningOutdoor dining returned to the county Friday after a two-month shutdown, to the delight of restaurant owners. 
LA County Says No TVs For Outdoor Diners At Local RestaurantsThe order bans restaurants from allowing television screens that broadcast programming to patrons in an effort to keep restaurants from becoming overcrowded for sporting events, such as the upcoming Super Bowl.
LA County Launches New COVID Small Business Loan ProgramA new small business loan program was launched Thursday to help prevent business closures and job losses during the pandemic. 
Stay-At-Home Order Lifted Monday For Southern CaliforniaThe regional stay-at-home order that has shuttered outdoor dining and closed hair and nail salons was lifted Monday.
Monrovia Chamber Of Commerce Helping Restaurants During PandemicA local Chamber of Commerce has come up with a unique way to help keep restaurants afloat during the pandemic.
SoCal Businesses Drain Savings During Stay-At-Home OrdersAs ICU capacity is still listed at zero percent for Southern California, the stay-at-home order will remain in effect for an undisclosed amount of time, worrying local business owners who are already financially struggling. 
Hundreds Of Citations Given To LA Businesses For Lack Of COVID ComplianceMore than 600 citations have been given to local businesses, houses of worship, and other establishments by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health due to lack of compliance with COVID-19 regulations. 
Closures From COVID-19 Restrictions Hurt Holiday Revenues For Retail Stores, RestaurantsDuring the holidays, retail stores and restaurants are feeling the impacts of mandatory closures as COVID-19 cases surge in Los Angeles County.
California State Senators Urge Governor To Let Restaurants ReopenA group of 11 California state senators, both Democrat and Republican, are urging Gov. Gavin Newsom to let restaurants reopen by moving them into the "essential" category statewide, despite the current surge in COVID-19 cases.
LA County Stops Accepting Restaurant Grant Applications After Reaching LimitLos Angeles County is no longer accepting applications for the 'Keep L.A. County Dining' program after receiving 2,500 requests for $30,000 grants. 
"I Feel Like The Grinch About To Steal Christmas": OC Business Owners Fear Forced LayoffsMany business owners in Orange County are worried about a looming shutdown as coronavirus cases spike.