Celebrating Black History Month Mayor James T. Butts Jr. saved Inglewood from the abyss...

As the region continues to reel from the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, Black History Month arrives for the purpose of reflections and historical perspective and there is no...

What’s Barbara Boxer Doing in Inglewood?

Is a friend truly a friend if she’s paid to hang out with you? That’s the question Inglewood residents should be posing to Uplift Inglewood and...

New Report Marks Major Step Forward in the Clippers Arena Project The Inglewood Campus...

The new year comes with new momentum for the LA Clippers arena project.  The City of Inglewood released the draft Environmental Impact Report for the proposed arena campus on December...

Caring is Sharing City of Inglewood Demonstrates Power of Community

The year of 2019 was yet another banner year for the City of Inglewood as Mayor James T. Butts Jr. and the Inglewood...

2019 Was an Historical Year for the City of Inglewood

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjhcvlDW_MM&t=29s 2019 was an historical year for the City of Inglewood and certainly one for the record books! The Annual Martin Luther...

Rep. Waters join Forum for holiday toy donation Local non-profits spread cheer to Inglewood...

Inglewood-Area Families and Local Nonprofits at Holiday Toy Giveaway Event organized by Black Women’s Forum attended by scores of Inglewood children and parents, representatives from 20...

NOTICE OF ELECTION TO PROCEED UNDER SECTION 21168.6.8 OF THE PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE

DATE:            December 19, 2019 Project Title:   Inglewood Basketball and Entertainment Center (IBEC) State Clearinghouse Number:    2018021056 Zoning:           Limited...

On the Record with Governor Newsom: One Year of California for All

By Governor Gavin Newsom There’s no state in America quite like California. In troubled times for the Nation, California is where the American Dream is...

Mayor Butts lauds Clippers arena approval Inglewood is exceeding the wildest of dreams

When Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts Jr. was elected to office in 2011, the city was marred in 17 percent rising unemployment and gang violence dominated the landscape.

Rep. Maxine Waters weighs in on new voting system

Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-43), considered as one of the most powerful women in American politics, ushered California’s new voting system at the Crenshaw Christian Center on Saturday Nov. 23.