89.6 F
Monrovia
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Home News Page 3

News

Current News

Activists Turn Out in Support of Impeachment

video
Local congressman, Adam Schiff, has been at center of House hearings By Terry Miller On the eve of the historic impeachment vote, American citizens voiced their opinions in no uncertain terms Tuesday. Hundreds of thousands of citizens across the 50 states demonstrated that the impeachment...

Water Policy to Extend Period Before Shutoff Due to Nonpayment

City Council reviewed policies to extend the period before water service is shut off for customers that are late on payments Tuesday. These changes are in compliance with senate bill 998 passed in 2018, meant to protect...

City of Monrovia Announces 2019 Holiday Home Decorating Contest Winners

The City of Monrovia has announce the 2019 Holiday Home Decorating Contest winners. This year, the contest judges viewed over 20 fully decked out homes and businesses filled with candy cane lined pathways and whimsical holiday spirit. 2019 Holiday Home Decorating Contest...

Monrovia Crime Blotters: Dec. 5 – Dec. 11

Dec. 5 At 7:23 a.m., a resident in the 400 block of West Colorado called police to report items had been taken from his unlocked vehicle sometime during the night. The victim parked his vehicle in front of his residence. The next...

Santa Tours Through Monrovia All Next Week

By Susan Motander Starting on Monday, Dec. 16, Santa and his first responder-elves from Monrovia Police and Fire & Rescue departments will be riding through town. There will also be volunteers from city staff and the community riding along...

Monrovia Looks at Parade Rules after ‘Risqué’ Entry/Unlicensed Vendors Surface

video
According to the city manager, one of the parade participants was an automobile club and one of the vehicles had “risqué and quite inappropriate imagery on the exterior of the vehicle.” According to spectators, a nude woman was depicted on a vintage...

Two Candidates File for Tom Adams’ Monrovia Mayoral Seat Next Year

Donna Baker throws hat in for a council seat By Terry Miller Longtime Monrovia executive Stephen Grollnek and newcomer Mellisa Taylor have qualified for next year’s municipal election in the city of Monrovia. Both hope to unseat longtime Mayor Tom...

Monrovia Crime Blotters: Nov. 27 – Dec. 4

Nov. 27 At 12:05 a.m., officers responded to a residence in the 500 block of Almond regarding a family disturbance. An investigation revealed one of the involved subjects had multiple warrants for his arrest and was heavily intoxicated. The suspect was arrested...

Machete Wielding Man Vandalizes Bob Bartlett Memorial

Bartlett was first African American to serve on Monrovia City Council in 1974 By Terry Miller A casual glance at the memorial for the much loved late former mayor of Monrovia at Station Square would probably not notice that...

2019 Holiday Home Decorating Contest Application Deadline This Friday

Residents who submit a Holiday Home Decorating Contest application and decorate their homes for the holiday season have the chance to be recognized by the City in several decoration categories.  There are eight categories in which you can win recognition....
GET THE AMPS UPDATE

Get the new localized e-newsletter from Arcadia Weekly with news from Arcadia, Monrovia and Pasadena.

We respect your privacy.