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Bell is situated in the San Gabriel Valley along the west bank of the Los Angeles River. The city is considered to be a suburb of Los Angeles due to its proximity to the much larger city. Consisting of a total area of 2.64 square miles, it is ranked number thirteen on the list of the smallest cities in the US with populations of at least 25,000. The name of the city was changed from Rancho San Antonio to Bell in 1898, in honor of James George Bell, the founder the city.

Population: 36664
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers LA Clippers LA Dodgers
Local Colleges: East Los Angeles Community College

Zip Codes associated with bell, california: 90201 90270
Towns/Cities near bell, california : Maywood Bell Gardens Cudahy South Gate Huntington Park Walnut Park Commerce

Bell News
A - Sbirthday visit

Women of Asbury United Methodist Church visited Southfield Wellness Community to celebrate Norma Jeane Bell's birthday. Kay Klaver furnished a homemade and attractively decorated cake for the occasion.

La Tuna fire is out but recovery concerns linger. Tonight therea s a chance to learn more

With a fire extinguisher nearby, a homeowner keeps an eye on the fire that is move down the hillside behind his neighborhood in Sun Valley on Saturday, September 2, 2017. Preparations for the rainy season and recovery efforts in the aftermath of the La Tuna fire will be addressed tonight in Lake View Terrace.

Chinaa s scrap ban roils U.S. recycling markets, and that could be a good thing

David Kuhnen, general manager of Recycling Industries in Sacramento, Calif., surveys a pile of scrap paper and other recycled material destined for China on Oct. 20, 2009. China this year has restricted imports of U.S. mixed paper and plastics, which are upsetting recycling markets but creating new opportunities.

Deputies stopping for coffee interrupt armed convenience store robbery in South El Monte

Three sheriff's deputies who stopped for coffee while working the graveyard shift interrupted an armed robbery in progress and arrested the suspect, authorities said. The same man is also suspected in another robbery minutes earlier.

Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filings

The text of the email is ... )--CO-OP Financial Services announces a major expansion of its long-standing partnership with First Tech Federal Credit Union of Mountain View, Calif. )--Trinity Capital, the Los Angeles-based boutique investment firm, today announced the successful completion of the sale of 57 Taco Bell restaurants for OCAT, LLC, a Mod... )--Ingram Micro ITAD opens a new facility in the Pacific Northwest to facilitate enhanced onsite services including HDD/SDD shredding and erasure.

L.A. man killed after speeding Dodge Charger slams into big-rig on 91 Freeway in Carson

A passenger in a speeding Dodge Charger was killed when the car's driver hit a big rig early Saturday on the 91 Freeway in Carson. The passenger was identified as Griffin Alton Ray Jr., 45, of Los Angeles, and the motorist, Chivon Sugar Bell, 36, of Long Beach, suffered cuts and bruises to her face from the 3:17 a.m. crash on the eastbound freeway at Central Avenue, the California Highway Patrol reported.

Brad Bufanda dies aged 34

The 'Veronica Mars' actor was found in the early hours of Wednesday morning after taking his own life in Los Angeles. Kirsten Solem, his manager, said in a statement: "We are completely devastated for he was an extremely talented young actor and wonderful, caring human being.

The 'whoa' moment and Mary Corse: The painter who toys with ...

If you stand outside of Mary Corse's studio in Topanga Canyon at just the right hour, you might get to see one of her works come to life. The painter, who is known for playing with the properties of light, last year transformed the exterior of her studio into one of her largest pieces to date.

Targeted again? 9/11 neighborhood shaken by attack

On his way to work each morning, Antonio Collac stops to light a candle at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, a stone-columned sanctuary two blocks from lower Manhattan's ground zero. There, beneath a vaulted roof that was pierced by the landing gear from one of the jets that felled the World Trade Center, and before the altar where firefighters laid the broken body of Mychal Judge -- the chaplain often counted as Sept.

Commercial leases and developments for Oct. 27

2,267 square feet at 114 E. Shaw Ave., Suite 102 from Erganian Family Partnership LLP to Stellar Lense Productions. Zack Kaufman was the agent.

Houses on the Moon Theater Company to Present Return of Documentary Play de Novo

Houses on the Moon Theater Company, as part of the inaugural season of Next Door at New York Theatre Workshop, will present the return engagement of the acclaimed documentary play DE NOVO written and directed by Jeffery Solomon originally produced by the company in 2010. Original cast member Emily Joy Weiner will be joined by Camilo Almonacid and Zuleyma Guevera .

'Saved by the Bell' Pop-up Goes WeHo

The "Saved by the Bell" pop-up eatery was announced in June, but the Southern California location wasn't revealed at that time. But get ready, West Hollywood: The IRL paean to the obsessed-over series is headed for La Brea Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard.

'I didn't steal the Maserati,' Bell scandal defendant says after being resentenced

Former Bell assistant city administrator Angela Spaccia was resentenced Monday, in light of an appeals court reversal on five counts of misappropriating funds from the city, and again ordered to repay roughly $8 million in restitution. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Ronald S. Coen handed down a sentence of 10 years, time Spaccia has already served, according to defense attorney Harland Braun.

Herea s the steamy first trailer for the new series of gay drama Eastsiders

The third season of Eastsiders is fast approaching with yet more drama for Cal and Thom as they head back to Los Angeles - and you can watch the first trailer here. The Emmy-nominated series sees the couple - played by creator Kit Williamson and Van Hansis - face a number of twists and turns as they head back west to pick up the pieces of their old life.

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