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Inglewood offering free food program at select city parks

INGLEWOOD — The city has kicked off a free Grab-N-Go summer lunch program, for youth 18 and under. The program will be beneficial to Inglewood residents like Ameer Thompson, who lost his job as a rental car agent during the global coronavirus pandemic. The 39-year-old Thompson is now spending more time outside with his 8-, Read More…

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Lane Elementary School to remain open for school year

INGLEWOOD — Warren Lane Elementary School is off the chopping block in Inglewood. The school that serves kindergarten through seventh grade students will remain open during the upcoming school year, after parents rallied against the hastily planned school closure by the Inglewood Unified School District. On June 30, the district rescinded a June 12 resolution Read More…

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Inglewood students hold dialogue on equal opportunities

INGLEWOOD — Students at Morningside High School are leading a community dialogue about creating equal opportunities for success for Black and Latino students in the Inglewood Unified School District. “Our schools are not as good as if we were to go to La Tijera or Beverly Hills,” said senior Tristan Castillo, who serves as student Read More…