Date: September 4th, 2019

Monrovia Man Charged With Capital Murder in Amanda Custer Case
Crime

Monrovia Man Charged With Capital Murder in Amanda Custer Case

Custer is still missing after four weeks A 27-year-old man with a pending domestic violence case was charged Wednesday with killing his girlfriend who disappeared in July, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday. Robert Anthony Camou of Monrovia now faces one count of murder with a special circumstance allegation of killing a…

Monrovia Football Flexes its Muscles Against Alta Loma
Sports

Monrovia Football Flexes its Muscles Against Alta Loma

By Nathan Foster Monrovia’s varsity football team dominated Alta Loma on Friday night led by senior quarterback Nick Hernandez and senior running back Devon Mayes.  Hernandez lit up the Alta Loma defense for four touchdowns, completing 19 of 27 passes for 348 yards and no interceptions. Hernandez connected with five receivers on the night, including…

Monrovia Named 39th Safest City in California
News

Monrovia Named 39th Safest City in California

Fifth safest city in the San Gabriel Valley Backgroundchecks.org, the free online directory and portal dedicated to helping people find online public records and run an online background check, recently released analysis of all cities in California found that Monrovia was the 39th safest city in the state. This makes Monrovia the fifth safest city…

Monrovia Market Building Closer to Becoming Route 66 Automotive Museum
News

Monrovia Market Building Closer to Becoming Route 66 Automotive Museum

The Development Review Committee unanimously approved the proposed adaptive reuse of the former Monrovia Market building. This past week, the Development Review Committee considered an entitlement application by Bowden Development to repurpose the former Monrovia Market building (located at 525 S. Shamrock Ave.) into a Route 66 automotive museum and special event venue with a…

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