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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Paramount residents not alone in pollution fight

    Paramount residents not alone in pollution fight
    Soon after starting work at Lincoln Elementary in Paramount nearly five years ago, second-grade teacher Lisa Lappin became alarmed by the number of teachers and students sick from cancer and other illnesses. Pungent, metallic odors sometimes blanketed...
  • Michelle Monaghan at the heart of 'True Detective'

    Michelle Monaghan at the heart of 'True Detective'
    In one of the most poignant scenes in HBO’s “True Detective,” Michelle Monaghan’s Maggie Hart accuses her husband, Martin, played by Woody Harrelson, of being a promiscuous “sulky teenager.” “You put a ceiling...
  • Pollution burden higher for state's Latinos and blacks, report finds

    Pollution burden higher for state's Latinos and blacks, report finds
    Latinos and African Americans make up a disproportionately high percentage of the population of California ZIP Codes most burdened by pollution, according to a report released Friday by state environmental officials. Latinos account for nearly two-...
  • Poverty rate methodology

    Using publicly available data, The Times computed poverty rates for the approved Los Angeles Promise Zone and two alternative zones following the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development methodology detailed below. The Times first identified all...
  • Asians at Sands Bethlehem casino 'ride bus to live'

    The endless hum of whirling slot machines washes over the food court at the Sands casino in Bethlehem, as Yuli Cui of Flushing, N.Y., reads a Chinese newspaper. Huddled at a table with her friends, Cui, 50, plucks a tangerine from the bagged lunch she...
  • Sen. Jones-Rodwell announces retirement

    Sen. Jones-Rodwell announces retirement
    State Sen. Verna L. Jones-Rodwell, the chairwoman of Baltimore's Senate delegation, announced her retirement Monday, effectively ceding her seat to Baltimore County Del. Shirley Nathan-Pulliam after the state merged their districts. The development...
  • Highland Park moves senior living facility project forward

    Highland Park moves senior living facility project forward
    A proposed 89-unit assisted living facility cleared another hurdle before the Highland Park plan commission recently, despite continued resident complaints that their scenic neighborhood would be disrupted by noise, traffic and an obstructed view of a...
  • From Trade Post to Thriving Community: The History of Bethel

    From Trade Post to Thriving Community: The History of Bethel
    When you first arrive in Bethel (or "Mamterilleq" in Yup'ik, meaning "the smokehouse people"), you can find welcoming signs just about everywhere. Most of them reflect the town’s "Home of the Kuskokwim 300" sled dog race that takes place each year...
  • Bethel Subsistence Hearing Canceled Because of Shutdown

    Bethel Subsistence Hearing Canceled Because of Shutdown
    A public hearing concerning the subsistence status of Bethel has been canceled because of the partial shutdown of the federal government. KYUK reports (http://is.gd/IvCN4Q) the Federal Subsistence Board hearing was to have been held Wednesday night in...
  • Relocate Balt. Co. animal shelter

     Relocate Balt. Co. animal shelter
    I was bewildered that a new Baltimore County Animal Control will be built on the existing grounds of the current facility which is located in Baldwin ("Baltimore Co. to build $5 million animal shelter," Oct. 21). This current facility is not accessible to...
  • SHABAZZ NAPIER Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard

    SHABAZZ NAPIER<br>Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard
    STORRS — It was a field trip, which for some students is perhaps a license to tune out, lay low. Jason Irizarry took a group of UConn basketball players from his urban education class to one of the poorest districts in the United States, to the...