Date: August 14th, 2019

Foothill Unity Center’s 14-Foot Delivery Truck Stolen
News

Foothill Unity Center’s 14-Foot Delivery Truck Stolen

Who did it? By Terry Miller Monrovia Weekly just learned that someone has stolen a non-profit agency’s means of picking up food donations for those less fortunate. Who on earth would steal from such a benevolent, community minded organization that helps those in need? Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019, Foothill Unity Center learned that its 14-foot…

Tauck Small Group Journeys Offer Big Experiences and Then Some
Opinion

Tauck Small Group Journeys Offer Big Experiences and Then Some

Something special happens when you travel with a small group of just 24 like-minded travelers — lasting friendships and a deeper level of camaraderie are just the beginning. Guided, small-group trips allow more time to discover each destination up close with the freedom to dive deeper into places visited. Here are some reasons why this…

Monrovia’s Tree Removal at High School Raises More Questions Than Answers
News

Monrovia’s Tree Removal at High School Raises More Questions Than Answers

By Terry Miller According to the soon-to-be-departing city manager, Oliver Chi, the city completed “a major public improvement project to repair the entire stretch of crumbling and lifted sidewalk on Colorado Boulevard in front of Monrovia High School (MHS).” The move surprised and angered many residents, particularly noting that Monrovia is designated as a “Tree…

Dramatic Hiker Rescue in Monrovia Canyon Late Monday Night
News

Dramatic Hiker Rescue in Monrovia Canyon Late Monday Night

Armageddon, no … just another hiker rescued in the hills above Monrovia Canyon By Terry Miller Around 11:45 p.m. Monday, it seemed the entire city of Monrovia was being invaded by something unknown. There were at least three low flying helicopters circling the hills above Norumbega Drive in an apparent effort to locate a missing…

Arts & Entertainment

Watch the Circus Vargas Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Its official: The circus is in town! Monrovia Weekly was present for the ribbon cutting ceremony at Circus Vargas, now performing Aug. 15-25 at Santa Anita Park. Under the big top they promise their audience, “two unforgettable hours of nonstop action and adventure.” The theme this year is an ode to a bygone era and what…

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