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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterLocals in the medical community are greatly concerned about recent trends in local HIV testing where Hispanics have been testing positive for HIV in preliminary results. Franko V. Guillen, Walgreens Community Pharmacy HIV specialist and community...
CNNA new survey paints a picture of a less-strict American Catholic community, with 86% of respondents stating they believe a Catholic "can disagree with aspects of church teachings and still remain loyal to the church." Among the most devout, older...
New U.S. census figures herald a future where Spanish is more likely to be heard inside classrooms and everything from politics to fashion and food will be executed with a Latin flair. After a steady increase of Latinos in the area due to births and...
Men who spend little time in the sun, live in northern locales or have dark skin may need to increase their intake of vitamin D to prevent deficiency, a Northwestern University medical researcher has found. Vitamin D is required for the proper absorption...
Clout StreetThe leader of the Chicago City Council’s Latino Caucus said today that four more wards should have Latino supermajorities, an announcement that came as the council nears a deadline for redrawing the city’s wards. The city should have 14...
Maryland's House of Delegates is poised to give final approval Wednesday to Gov. Martin O'Malley's plan to redraw the state's eight congressional districts, but not before lawmakers engage in a final showdown over the controversial map. Despite...
SAN DIEGO -- The class of 2010 at San Diego city schools has the second lowest dropout rate in California among big city school systems, according to figures released Thursday by the state Department of Education. In San Diego Unified School District,...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgBusiness and community leaders have formed a task force to prepare for workers arriving for jobs in Aberdeen who might be of a different nationality or ethnic group. Aberdeen will add more than 1,000 jobs in the next year, and, in order to meet that...
Tags: Politics, Christianity, Business, Government, Employment
Glendale Community College has commissioned a $35,000 study exploring the possibility of moving from an at-large process for electing trustees to a district system. The decision comes six weeks after Cerritos Community College was sued by voters who...
Nearly one-quarter of Pasadena’s African American residents left the city in the last 10 years, replaced mostly by Asians and Pacific Islanders, according to 2010 Census figures. A lack of affordable housing and shifts in the real estate market...
As director of the International Latino Cultural Center, Pepe Vargas champions the richness of Latinidad by bringing some of the world's great talents to the heart of the Midwest: a string quartet from Brazil; a ballet company from Guatemala; films from...
Tags: Politics, Migration, Mexico, Arts and Culture, Education
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