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Program Designed to Decrease Jail Overpopulation will Release 24,000 Inmates

By Ruth Longoria Kingsland Community members from Duarte and its surrounding cities are working together to see that criminals released through the Governor's State Prison Realignment Project won't be as likely to re-offend in this area. About 24,000 inmates, considered to be "less violent and less...

Free Tax Preparation Event to Make Taxes Less Painful

There's no getting around doing your taxes, but nothing says you have to do them on your own. Help is on the way! Free tax preparation assistance will be available to those who qualify at La Pintoresca Library, 1355 N. Raymond Ave.,...

Governor Brown to Open New Trade and Investment Office in China

Moving to increase direct investment in California and give the state's businesses a distinct advantage in China, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. has announced plans to open a new trade and investment office in China. "The Pacific Rim has become the center of...

Huntington Memorial Hospital Launches New Website to Help Teens and Their Parents Make Better Health and Lifestyle Choices

Huntington Memorial Hospital announced today the launch of a new website designed to address common teen health and lifestyle issues and foster awareness of community support resources for teens and their parents. ...

Methodist Hospital Celebrates Opening of the New Hyperbaric Oxygen Center and its Lifesaving Possibilities For Patients

-Photo by Terry Miller Methodist Hospital physicians and hyperbaric oxygen center staff; Chris McGuire, vice president of programs and director of the H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation attended a VIP Reception and Open House for new H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation Hyperbaric Oxygen...

Monrovia Firefighter Bailey Honored

By Susan Motander Rebuilding Together presented Monrovia Fire Fighter Mike Bailey with its Martin Luther King Jr. Volunteer Award this month. Rebuilding Together is one of the country's leading nonprofit organizations dedicated to preserving affordable homeownership and revitalizing communities. Bailey was honored for his...

Monrovia High School Band Takes Off for Carnegie Hall

Last night the Monrovia High School Symphonic Band left for New York CIty and participation in the New York Wind Band Festival. The Festival means the group will be performing Sunday afternoon in Carnegie Hall. According to Daniel Magallanes only 27 of the band's...

Tournament of Roses Names William B. Flinn Executive Director

-William B. Flinn The Pasadena Tournament of Roses® announced today that William B. Flinn will assume the role of executive director, effective March 1, 2012. Flinn has been serving as both interim executive director and chief operating officer since September 2011. As...

Learn About Mark Twain’s Other Woman

The Monrovia Public Library, in celebration of Women's History month will present a special program on Saturday, March 3, "Mark Twain's Other Woman: The Hidden Story of His Final Years." It is a chance to learn more about the author whose presence graces...

City of Monrovia to be Honored for Commitment to Sustainability

Monrovia Honored for Sustainable Activities The City of Monrovia has achieved “Silver” status as a California Green Community for its commitment to sustainability. Monrovia is one of only four cities to be honored by California Green Communities for its efforts. Representatives from the Environmental...
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