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Chapel reopens at Inglewood Park Cemetery

INGLEWOOD — A 112 year-old historic chapel in Inglewood Park Cemetery reopened Oct. 28 after six years of renovations and seismic retrofitting.  A grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony was held to commemorate the reopening of Grace Chapel. Among those in attendance were Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts Jr., City Councilman Alex Padilla, and Rick Miller, Read More…

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Inglewood seeks to improve air quality, housing

INGLEWOOD – Affordable housing, good air quality and better transportation options are among the focal points in a new city initiative designed to improve the quality of life for local residents into the 21st century. The program is designed to improve the future of the city and its residents by ensuring that new development and Read More…

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Judge rejects Inglewood’s copyright lawsuit

INGLEWOOD — A judge has rejected the city of Inglewood’s attempt to assert federal copyright protection over council meetings partially posted on YouTube by a longtime local gadfly. U.S. District Judge Michael Fitzgerald ruled Aug. 20 that six online videos created and narrated by Joseph Teixeira did not violate copyright protection since California law bars Read More…