Olga Grigoryants, L.A. Daily News

Olga Grigoryants

L.A. Daily News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Pasadena Star News
  • Whittier Daily News
  • Daily Breeze
Past:
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • O.C. Register
  • Daily Bulletin
  • SGV Tribune
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • The Daily Democrat
  • The Press-Enterprise

Recent articles by Olga:

Santa Susana Field Lab could become cultural site; some fear that will impede toxic cleanup

In a 70-page nomination letter filed with the state agency, NASA has proposed to preserve the entire Santa Susana area that encircles the Burro Flats Painted Cave, a unique record of pre-historic N… → Read More

After Englander and Huizar arrests, debate among residents endures about Lee

Lee has not been accused of wrongdoing or charged in the Englander case. Nonetheless, an activist launched an online petition urging Lee to resign. Lee’s supporters, however, say no evidence … → Read More

Most Valley fireworks canceled, but two unusual shows are still on

But some residents begged the city to cancel the show, saying they grew weary of hearing illegal fireworks in the residential areas. Some complained about the impact of the loud sounds on their pet… → Read More

Photos: Trader Joe’s opens new store in North Hollywood

Located on Laurel Canyon Blvd in NoHo West, the store opened its doors with a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony and giveaways. Like in other stores across the city, NoHo’s Trader Joe’s has launch… → Read More

LA County’s nail salon owners scrambling to reopen

But business leaders wished county officials had given shop owners some lead time on the reopening timeline, allowing them to rehire workers and purchase supplies to better prepare for customers&#8… → Read More

Reopening LA County restaurants navigating array of coronavirus rules for dining in

Health officials said they discovered that about half of nearly 2,000 restaurants they visited over the weekend were not following safety rules. → Read More

Reopening LA County restaurants navigating array of county coronavirus rules

Health officials said they discovered that about half of nearly 2,000 restaurants they visited over the weekend were not following safety rules. → Read More

Shake Shack is now open in Canoga Park

Because of the virus-related limitations, the 3,585 square-foot restaurant will be open temporarily with modified hours from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Its dinging room with limited seating will be open to … → Read More

San Fernando Valley malls’ stores are slowly reopening after weeks of closure – Daily News

The news about the reopening of the malls came in late May after the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health issued a new order, allowing retailers, manufacturers, nonessential office-based … → Read More

LA County aims to maintain smaller jail population

Supervisors vote Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to continue reductions in the post-coronavirus era. → Read More

Residential tower proposed for Warner Center is facing appeals

The project proposed for 6400 N. Canoga Ave. calls for the demolition of an existing office building along with the leveling of a two-level parking garage. → Read More

For the looted, officials have vowed to help – but how much is still unclear – Daily News

When Chaudhery Akram arrived Monday morning to check his money-loaning services store in San Bernardino, shards of glass from a window lay scattered around the property and damaged chairs were stre… → Read More

2 LA supervisors urge police agencies to shake up use-of-force policies

The policies have been introduced by Campaign Zero, an advocacy group le → Read More

Families agonize waiting for nursing homes to reopen for visitors amid coronavirus outbreak.

Many fear their loved ones will die before long-term care facilities open up to visitors. Testing and staffing need to improve before that happens. → Read More

Sports, business, theme park leaders’ reopening plans presented to supervisors amid coronavirus talks

When sports venues resume their operation, players will face an entirely new reality. They will be asked to cover their faces outside of practices and avoid sharing towels and water bottles. Specta… → Read More

Santa Monica businesses hit by unrest: ‘Our life’s work being destroyed’

Following the night of chaotic protests, most stores in the business district were closed as workers were placing plywood over undamaged windows out of precaution. → Read More

Santa Monica moves up curfew to 4 p.m. amid large protest, reports of looting

Around 700 protesters angry over the death of George Floyd marched up and down Ocean Avenue i → Read More

LA panel approves stadium proposed for Warner Center

The City Planning Commission approved on Thursday, May 28, the Promenade 2035 project with a 7,500-seat venue with a partial roof or an enclosed 10,000-seat stadium with some conditions, including … → Read More

Retailers and shopping malls start to reopen across Los Angels County

Los Angeles County said it was ready to align with state guidelines. → Read More

Mall-turned-development proposal Promenade 2035 on agenda

Here’s what the redesigned project is proposing. → Read More