Month: March, 2018

Monrovia Golf Ready For Another Round
Sports

Monrovia Golf Ready For Another Round

By Aaron Valdez The Wildcats of the Monrovia golf team teed off their 2018 season last week and are optimistic they can make some waves in the Rio Hondo League this year. Entering his 12th year as head coach, former golf professional Reid Davis will lead his team into another promising season. Despite golf not…

Old Town Report (3/29/18)
Community

Old Town Report (3/29/18)

By Pam Fitzpatrick It’s Spring, and we’re in for a beautiful Easter weekend in Old Town.  Call it Spring Weekend or Easter Weekend, the events are the same and the family friendly feel is just the same.  So, the Spring/Easter Bunny will be making friends this Saturday, March 31st, both in the 400 block of…

Monrovia’s New Water Rates Now in Effect
Community

Monrovia’s New Water Rates Now in Effect

Typical Residential Customer to See Increase of $16.87 / Month On Tuesday, January 16, 2018, the City Council held a Public Hearing to consider the proposed adjustments to water rates in order to pay for the new pass-through water production costs related to the ongoing drought conditions in the region. These fees are being levied on the City by…

The Beginning of ChapCare
Community

The Beginning of ChapCare

By Amelia Lucero ChapCare, originally known as Community Health Alliance of Pasadena, first opened its doors to the community in January of 1998 with its first health center on 1855 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena. The organization was established with the combined efforts of more than 50 founders who understood the dire need of accessible…

3 steps to successful habit change
Health & Fitness

3 steps to successful habit change

Changing old habits can be tough. Words make it a little too easy to say that we want to lose body fat, eat more vegetables, and spend more time in the gym. Unfortunately, when reality comes around, those simple tasks suddenly make a dramatic turn into difficulty. As someone who specializes in helping others make…

From Croatia, With Love: Cafe LuMar
Business Spotlight

From Croatia, With Love: Cafe LuMar

By Emily G. Peters Until the last decade, Croatia has largely flown under the radar in popular culture. And while California boasts one of the more significant Croatian American populations in the United States, its cuisine also remains lesser known—that is, except to those who have dined at Cafe LuMar in Monrovia. The inconspicuous cafe…

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