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Monrovia officials address homeless in Library Park
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Monrovia officials address homeless in Library Park

Monrovia officials address homeless in Library Park Officials estimate between 17-38 people are homeless in Monrovia By Terry Miller As people face a world filled with global conflict, disappearing jobs, higher education costs, and increasing poverty in America, action is needed to help those less fortunate. Monrovia is one city that is becoming proactive. However,…

Social Whirl for 7/24/2014
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Social Whirl for 7/24/2014

Arcadia Rotary honors Police and Fireman of the year, at July 18th lunch meeting. L-R Police Chief Bob Guthrie, AFD Battalion Chief Cody Cerwin, Joseph “Joe” Herrick (recipient) Firefighter of the Year. (center) Mike Ojeda Rotary President, Detective Steve Turner (recipient) Policeman of the Year, Police Captain Larry Goodman and Fire Chief Kurt Norwood. Thanks…

We’re off to see the the Wizard
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We’re off to see the the Wizard

The principal from the new production of The Wizard of Oz, Musique Cooks (Scarecrow), Francesca Sola (Dorothy), Taylor Wesselman (TIn Man) and Mitch RIley (Cowardly Lion) prepare for their performance this weekend. You may think you know the Wizard of Oz, but the production at the Taylor Performing Arts Center in Monrovia will have some…

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HUD Awards Nearly $2 Million in Housing Counseling Grants in California

HUD funding critical to help Californians find and keep housing. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded nearly $2 million in grants to 19 local organizations to help families and individuals in California with their housing needs and to prevent future foreclosures. HUD’s housing counseling grants, and the additional funding they leverage,…

Judy Chu Introduces Bill to Create a San Gabriel National Recreation Area despite Mountains of opposition
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Judy Chu Introduces Bill to Create a San Gabriel National Recreation Area despite Mountains of opposition

– File Photo by Terry Miller On Thursday Judy Chu sent out a press release stating: “After more than a decade of studies and collaboration with local residents and stakeholders, Congresswoman Judy Chu (CA-27), introduced the San Gabriel National Recreation Area Act – a bill that would designate the San Gabriel Mountains, river corridors and…

Grow Your Own Backyard Paradise in a Pot
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Grow Your Own Backyard Paradise in a Pot

Succulents stacked in troughs or pots can create a desert type feel in the landscape. – Photo by Melinda Myers By Melinda Myers Create a backyard escape with the help of container gardens. Whether you’re looking for a visit to the desert, an English garden or tropical paradise, a few planters can help create the…

Burglar ransacks Paint n play in Monrovia
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Burglar ransacks Paint n play in Monrovia

Burglar ransacks Paint n play in Monrovia Lisa Barrios, owner of Paint and Play was stunned to find her business torn through early last Sunday by an individual seen on this surveillance tape screen shot. The suspect stole jewelry, fine art and photography from a recent exhibition of California Photographers’ work and destroyed years of…

Social Whirl for the Week of May 15, 2014
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Social Whirl for the Week of May 15, 2014

Photo Credit: J.P. Candelier Pasadena Based Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Holds Auditions June 5-8, 2014 Los Angeles Children’s Chorus (LACC), one of the nation’s leading children’s choirs, is holding auditions for boys and girls ages 8 (by September 1, 2014) to 12 on June 5-8, 2014, in Pasadena. Previous singing experience is not necessary, but…

Monrovia City Council Rejects NRA
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Monrovia City Council Rejects NRA

Lois M. Shade Lead by Ret. Senator Dick Mountjoy who resides in Monrovia, the community came out to the May 6 Monrovia City Council meeting to voice concerns about Congresswoman Judy Chu’s National Recreation Area legislation. Mountjoy warned the Council , ‘This a bad idea. You don’t know what is in it and you don’t…

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