Month: November, 2017

Monrovia Crime Blotter Oct. 26 – Oct. 29
Crime

Monrovia Crime Blotter Oct. 26 – Oct. 29

Oct. 26 At 1:58 p.m., an elderly female victim was approached by a female suspect outside of a business in the 600 block of W. Huntington. The suspect told the victim if she gave her money she would be able to make more money for her. The victim drove the suspect to various banks, withdrew…

Arcadia Girls Volleyball Beats Monrovia to Advance in CIF Playoffs
Sports

Arcadia Girls Volleyball Beats Monrovia to Advance in CIF Playoffs

By Spencer Stueve The Arcadia Apaches Girls Volleyball team began their quest for a CIF Championship on Tuesday against the Monrovia Wildcats.  After a 21-6 regular season and 12-2 league record, the Apaches took care of business Tuesday against the visiting Monrovia girls, but it was never easy. In the first set, Monrovia jumped out…

Community

Thousands turn Out for Monrovia’s 2017 Halloween

By Terry Miller On Tuesday afternoon, Monrovia officials cut off traffic to Old Town for a few hours while area kids, parents and pets could do a little safe trick-or-treating.  Merchants got into the swing of things while hundreds of ghouls, ghosts, goblins and even T-Rex lined up to get the goodies form Monrovia Old…

Storiad Gives Indie Authors a Fighting Chance
Business Spotlight

Storiad Gives Indie Authors a Fighting Chance

By Emily G. Peters Here’s a story of a man named Ramzi Hajj—and his determination to give independent authors a shot at success. Together with web developer wiz Nathan Tyler, the pair founded Storiad: a platform designed to solve marketing woes for writers. The software allows authors (and publishers) to customize bookselling campaigns step-by-step, saving…

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