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Articles from the April 8, 2024 edition

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  • Project Pop Drop's Easter Fun For Charity Hope The Mission

    Christine Peake, PeakPRGroup|Apr 8, 2024

    Rain and bad weather could not stop Niki Shadrow Snyder and John David Snyder, the big hearted founders of Project Pop Drop, who brought a team of volunteers and friends to Hope The Mission, in Woodland Hills. The philanthropic couple provided over 200 families experiencing hunger and homelessness a day to remember. Lunches from Mr Charlie's Restaurant, Wholefoods refreshments, Vons and Trader Joe's snacks, and Smart & Final treats we're on the East menu. Children played video games from...

  • Pedestrian killed in automobile accident at Ocean and Colorado

    Alyssa Erdley, Observer Staff|Apr 8, 2024

    A pedestrian was killed early in the morning of April 1 in an apparent automobile accident at Ocean Avenue and Colorado Avenue. Police were called at approximately 5:30 am and sealed off the area for their investigation. The driver of the vehicle remained on-scene and cooperated with the police. The pedestrian victim was declared dead at the scene. The identity of this individual has not been provided by authorities. By 11:20 am, police had concluded their investigation and reopened the area to...

  • Petition to Recall Governor Newsom (Again) is Approved for Circulation

    Rescue California|Apr 8, 2024

    March 26, 2024- - Today, Rescue California announced that the official recall petition to remove Gavin Newsom from office has been approved by the Secretary of State. 75,000 petitions have been requested by angry residents in almost every county. "Exactly one month ago we started the process of recalling Gavin Newsom because he has abandoned the state to advance his Presidential ambitions, leaving behind a $73 Billion budget deficit that is climbing and a public safety, immigration and education...