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COPA Spring Boutique” on Saturday, March 3 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m

Community Organization of Pasadena for Advancement in Education (C.O.P.A.) presents it's "Second Time Around - Spring Boutique" on Saturday, March 3 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., 2633 Highview Ave., Altadena. C.O.P.A. will be offering used women's clothing and household items. All proceeds go...

Police Blotters 3/1/12

Arcadia PD For the period of Sunday, February 19th, through Saturday, February 25th, the Police Department responded to 966 calls for service of which 114 required formal investigations. The following is a summary report of the major incidents handled by the Department during this period. Sunday,...

Congressional Gold Medal Presented to Sierra Madre Nisei Soldier Shoso Nomura

Nomura is one of only two Sierra Madre men to get the Honor. -Photo by Terry Miller By Terry Miller In the late summer of 1944, a C-47 landed in Yan'an, a remote town in northwestern China's Shaanxi Province. On board were US military...

Tim Donnelly Charged with 2 Misdemeanors for Attempting to Bring a Loaded Weapon Aboard Airline

Tim Donnelly -Courtesy Photo While Assemblyman Tim Donnelly has been charged with two misdemeanors for bringing a briefcase containing a loaded .45-caliber gun into Ontario International Airport last month it seems unlikely that he'll do any jail time. The 45-year-old Twin Peaks Republican was charged...

Longtime Republican Congressman David Dreier to Retire

David Dreier - Courtesy Photo Dreier joins a handful of other Republicans from California who are retiring as a result of redistricting. Dreier's district went away as a result of redistricting. While a handful of members, who are in similar situations, are running in neighboring...

Police Association Voices Disapproval Over Financing of New Police Facility

By Jim E. Winburn Although the San Gabriel City Council decided to move forward with plans for a long-awaited new police facility, the Police Officers' Association at Tuesday's meeting voiced their disapproval over financing concerns they feel will burden its community. At a study session before...

Robert Matheson Released from Canadian Custody – Returns to Sierra Madre

Bob Matheson has returned to Sierra Madre -Photo by Terry Miller Robert Matheson has been released from Canadian Custody and is now at his Sierra Madre home. On February 22, 2012, Sierra Madre resident Robert Matheson was released from a Canadian custodial facility after serving...

Scores of kids Attend Arcadia American Little League Opening Day Feb. 25 at Winsor Field in Arcadia

Mayor Gary Kovacic threw the first pitch to get the proceedings underway. -Photo by Eric C. Shen -Photo by Eric C. Shen

Recreation & Community Services Department Senior Services

The City of Arcadia Recreation & Community Services Department - Senior Services Division begins spring registration for adults (50 years of age and older) Monday, March 5th on-line for residents only. Walk-in, mail-in and non-resident registration begins Monday, March 12th. The...

Where Did You Celebrate Black History?

by Jennifer Boone Monrovia/Duarte Black Alumni Association held their 3rd Annual Black History Celebration in a new location at Monrovia United Methodist Church. The tragic death of Whitney Houston still very deep in our hearts. This was a very sitting location in...
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