Date: June 19th, 2019

Career Corner: The Salary Riddle
Columns

Career Corner: The Salary Riddle

By Angela Copeland There’s a riddle hidden at the end of job interviews. As a candidate, you show up to an interview believing you’ll be talking about fit. And, you do – at first. You go through your work background. You give your elevator pitch. You explain why you want the job, why you’re looking…

Monrovia Officer of the Year Named
News

Monrovia Officer of the Year Named

By Susan Motander Last week, the Monrovia Police Department named its Police Officer of the Year for 2018 and honored him with its Distinguished Service Medal. Officer Rosendo Ramos III was presented with a medal to recognize this award by Chief Alan Sanvictores. According to the citation with which Ramos was presented, he has been…

Monrovia Crime Blotters:  June 13 – June 19
Crime

Monrovia Crime Blotters: June 13 – June 19

June 13 At 3:52 p.m., a resident in the 1500 block of South Fifth called to report a theft from his vehicle. His vehicle’s catalytic converter was removed sometime during the night. This investigation is continuing. At 9:49 p.m., an officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop in the area of Foothill and Alta Vista…

New Report Reveals Quality of Monrovia’s Tap Water
News

New Report Reveals Quality of Monrovia’s Tap Water

By Amanda Sulker-Hall Each June, the City of Monrovia publishes a Drinking Water Quality Report, or Consumer Confidence Report. Within the report it is disclosed to the residents of Monrovia where their water is coming from, what it contains and how the water quality compares to the standards of the state. The city recently completed…

Set Off on an Adventure With Holland America
Opinion

Set Off on an Adventure With Holland America

Welcome to Holland America Line, the cruise line dedicated to explorers, foodies and music lovers who want to pursue these passions on all seven seas and continents, on perfectly sized, refreshingly uncrowded ships filled with one-of-a-kind experiences. We have nearly 150 years of experience sailing the world’s oceans with more than 500 itineraries visiting over…

World Harvest to Hold Fundraiser in Monrovia to Benefit Children
Community

World Harvest to Hold Fundraiser in Monrovia to Benefit Children

By Susan Motander World Harvest is a local non-profit working to educate and empower children around the world. It is doing the same thing locally working with approximately 25 local children by teaching them to become entrepreneurs. These youngsters from kindergarten-age through eighth grade have started their own businesses or stores. On Sunday, at the headquarters of World…

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