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The City of South Gate Hall of Justice is home to the City’s police department. 
Photo courtesy of the City of South Gate Police Department Facebook page.

South Gate Police Dept. aims to prioritize officer mental health

Alysia Burke, Community News Reporter September 30, 2023

The City of South Gate Police Department (PD) received a grant from the State of California to establish and improve programming geared toward the wellness of its employees.  South Gate PD was awarded...

Joshua Alvarado in front of his high school holding a check for $50,000.

South Gate High scholar awarded $50,000 scholarship

Brenda Mwingira, Community News Social Media Editor April 29, 2023

A South Gate High School Student received a life-changing surprise that he didn’t see coming during his school’s career day. Joshua Alvarado, 18, a senior at SGHS, was attending the school’s...

Kids playing Baseball

70 years strong for South Gate youth sports program

Alysia Burke, Community News Reporter March 1, 2023

As the city of South Gate celebrates its Centennial Year, some in the community are reflecting on the importance of the South Gate Junior Athletic Association (SGJAA), which has been a part of the community...

Shot of the Council members (Oscar Torres/UT)

Businesses and homeowners allocated millions in federal housing funds

Oscar Torres, Community News Reporter November 17, 2021

What has the city South Gate done with its nearly $6 million in funding from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development in the past year or so? That was the subject of part of a council...

A road with a building along it - Tweety Blvd. (Oscar Torres/UT)

South Gate: Where the lights are as almost as old the city itself

Oscar Torres, Community News Reporter September 24, 2021

South Gate residents love the area for its rich history: The city will be 100 years old in just over one year. What they don’t like is the infrastructure, some of which is nearly as old. Among...

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