Lawndale


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Lawndale,

city (1990 pop. 27,331), Los Angeles co., S Calif., in the Centinela valley; inc. 1959. The population of Lawndale grew with the regional development of electronic and aerospace industries following World War II.
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I got word of it at Lawndale, an' I wanta tell you Hazel an' Hattie was some tired when I stabled 'm at Calistoga an' pulled out on the stage over St.
"Before that, first day, at Lawndale, I seen the fellow with the teamin' contract for the pavin'-stone quarry.
But I got the Lawndale contractor on long distance, and he agreed to pay me half a dollar a day rent for every work horse up to half a dozen.
Two weeks in pasture, an' then they go to Lawndale. They can do the work.
Shootings reached a peak Sunday morning, when 17 people were shot in three separate cases in Lawndale over a span of two hours, forcing Mount Sinai Hospital to stop accepting new patients.
In a separate incident, one person was killed and four others were wounded in another shooting in Lawndale, Chicago but no further information was available.
Massachusetts, US-based real estate brokerage network Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate has acquired Massachusetts real estate brokerage Century 21 Adams Lawndale, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 15, 2019-Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate Acquires Massachusetts-Based Century 21 Adams Lawndale
In one, the predominantly African-American North Lawndale, people had died at 10 times the rate of the other, the mostly Latino South Lawndale.
Several years ago, more than 100 fights took place at North Lawndale College Prep, a Chicago high school; in response, some students formed the Peace Warriors.
Bullets flew from Friday night to Monday morning in different neighbourhoods: a drive-by in West Humboldt Park; a shooting at a Lawndale block party; shots fired at people who had attended a funeral repast in Gresham.