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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1994
With the holiday season approaching, the Los Angeles Times Valley Edition is preparing a special report on the status of charities in the Valley and how they have fared after the string of disasters that have struck the region in the last year. The report, to run next week, will include a listing of many of the organizations needing help and donations for the holiday season.
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NEWS
October 12, 1989
The Los Angeles Times has changed several aspects of its format. The changes are aimed at presenting a better organized newspaper, giving easier access to The Times' comprehensive coverage. Among the changes: Highlights, a column on the front of the section except main news, and spotlights Valley news in the section. The Top of Today's News on A2 has been designed to spotlight the most important news from across the paper in summary form.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1994
With the holiday season approaching, the Los Angeles Times Valley Edition is preparing a special report on the status of charities in the Valley and how they have fared after the string of disasters that have struck the region in the last year. The report, to run next week, will include a listing of many of the organizations needing help and donations for the holiday season.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1994
The Los Angeles Times Valley Edition has donated $23,000 to the quake-damaged journalism department at Cal State Northridge for replacement of the student publications' computer system, Valley Edition President Jeffrey S. Klein announced Friday. Klein said that while the publications are in temporary quarters, the new system can serve students who work on the Daily Sundial newspaper, reporters for public radio station KCSN-FM, and writers for CSUN's weekly cable news program, Valley View.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1992
"Give us more community news." That's what you've told us you want. Starting today, each Tuesday through Saturday, the Valley Edition will do just that. We are more than doubling the number of Valley area news briefs. To make them easier to find, we are moving them to the top of Page 2 in this section, under the heading Community Briefs. The San Fernando Valley and the nearby Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys are a dynamic group of communities.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1992
I have long thought it not only cost-effective, but safer, to be above Los Angeles's streets than below them, and so I am pleased that the county transit authorities have approved a monorail which will travel above our freeways ("Has the Monorail Era Arrived in Los Angeles?" Times Valley Edition, Dec. 7). HAL T. HOROWITZ West Hills
BUSINESS
August 21, 1990
The Los Angeles Times Valley Edition and United Artists Cable have entered into an agreement for The Times to produce an expanded weekly television guide with broadcast and cable television listings tailored to viewers in the cable company's service area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1994
The Los Angeles Times Valley Edition has donated $23,000 to the quake-damaged journalism department at Cal State Northridge for replacement of the student publications' computer system, Valley Edition President Jeffrey S. Klein announced Friday. Klein said that while the publications are in temporary quarters, the new system can serve students who work on the Daily Sundial newspaper, reporters for public radio station KCSN-FM, and writers for CSUN's weekly cable news program, Valley View.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1992
"Give us more community news." That's what you've told us you want. Starting today, each Tuesday through Saturday, the Valley Edition will do just that. We are more than doubling the number of Valley area news briefs. To make them easier to find, we are moving them to the top of Page 2 in this section, under the heading Community Briefs. The San Fernando Valley and the nearby Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys are a dynamic group of communities.
NEWS
October 12, 1989
The Los Angeles Times has changed several aspects of its format. The changes are aimed at presenting a better organized newspaper, giving easier access to The Times' comprehensive coverage. Among the changes: Highlights, a column on the front of the section except main news, and spotlights Valley news in the section. The Top of Today's News on A2 has been designed to spotlight the most important news from across the paper in summary form.
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