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Crime Blotters: July 27 – July 31
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Crime Blotters: July 27 – July 31

July 27 At 8:48 a.m., a resident in the 300 block of N. May called police to report two suspicious subjects on the side of her neighbor’s home. The resident was washing her vehicle in her driveway and watched the subjects look into the home and remove the window screen. The subjects fled east on…

Monrovia Old Town Report (8/3/17 Issue)
Community

Monrovia Old Town Report (8/3/17 Issue)

By Pam Fitzpatrick Well, it’s August.  The kids go back to school in about two weeks and summer has come and gone – almost.  Of course, it’s still going to be scorching hot for the next couple of months, but the upside is that the evenings are rather nice and strolling in Old Town is…

August 4 – August 10
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August 4 – August 10

Editor’s Pick A Great Night of Blues Featuring: Anthony Gomes Band ~ with Bobby Bluehouse & Special Guests (Arcadia Blues Club, 16 East Huntington Drive, Arcadia @ 7p.m. – 11:30 p.m.). Food is available from 7p.m. until Midnight. We have something for everyone! Free Parking available on the street and behind Denny’s. The Arcadia Blues…

Encinitas Historic District Dedication
Community

Encinitas Historic District Dedication

Encinitas Historic District dedication event held on Thursday, July 27, 2017, was a huge success. Thank you to all the community members who were able to join us in celebrating Monrovia’s second historic district. These districts help highlight the beauty of historic homes built in multiple styles throughout the years, and preserving them is a…

Monrovia’s National Night Out Celebration Forced Indoors
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Monrovia’s National Night Out Celebration Forced Indoors

Unexpected thundershowers on Tuesday put a damper on the National Night Out celebration and forced Monrovia Police to move the celebration inside the Community center.  The hot muggy, weather did not dim the enthusiasm of the crowd.  Perhaps it was the lure of air conditioning that brought out so many Monrovians to the celebration, but as Community Services…

Putting the Boba Cancer Controversy to Rest
Health & Fitness

Putting the Boba Cancer Controversy to Rest

The popular tapioca pearl drink has sent Southern California into a boba frenzy — what’s actually in it? By Sarah Wang Long-time boba fans can likely recall reading through the headlines denouncing their favorite go-to drink in horror, including memorable titles like “Tapioca Pearls May Contain Cancer-Causing Chemicals” and “Will You Drink Bubble Tea If…

Century 21 Recognizes Local Sales Agents With Pacesetter Award
Real Estate

Century 21 Recognizes Local Sales Agents With Pacesetter Award

Century 21 Village Realty is pleased to announced that Century 21 Real Estate LLC recently recognized Nazee Rix & Jackie Adaimy, as top producers nationwide when it honored them with its coveted Pacesetter Award which recognizes Production in the first half of 2017. The Sierra Madre office was also recognized for the entire office’s extraordinary sales…

Monrovia Unified, Azusa Pacific Partnership Guarantees Student Admission; Offers $10k Financial Aid
Education

Monrovia Unified, Azusa Pacific Partnership Guarantees Student Admission; Offers $10k Financial Aid

Sporting Azusa Pacific University (APU) T-Shirts and holding pennants during a July 26 Monrovia Unified Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Dr. Katherine Thorossian signed an agreement with APU President Dr. Jon R. Wallace to provide high school students a pathway to a high-quality, affordable university education. The program creates a guaranteed admission pathway to APU…

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