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17th Annual Route 66 Parade and City’s 55th Birthday on Tap

With "Get Fit on Route 66" the theme of Duarte's 17th annual Route 66 Parade on Saturday, Sept. 22, parade-goers are encouraged to flex their muscles when Grand Marshals and champion body builders, Brian and Jennifer Whelan pass by. The Whelans are the owners...

Water Supply Challenges, Opportunities and Rising Water Rates

Key Topics at Inaugural SGV Water Forum The first ever San Gabriel Valley Water Forum convened at the Pomona Fairplex on August 28, brought together over 300 city officials, business leaders, water managers, educators, students and citizens that began a conversation about water in the...

California Responds to Louisiana’s Call for Recovery Assistance

Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. has directed the California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA) to send personnel with specialized technical skills to Louisiana to help those impacted recover from the effects of Hurricane Isaac. Three employees from Cal EMA and one from Department of...

Maryvale to Host Employability Workshops in Duarte

Maryvale, in collaboration with L.A. Works, a Workforce Development Agency, will host two Employability Workshop series at our Family Resource & Early Education Center in Duarte, beginning September 11, 2012. These 4-week series will provide valuable insight into current employer trends and prepare participants...

Affordable Health Care Implementation Bills Go to Governor

Landmark legislation implementing the federal Affordable Care Act was approved by the California State Senate and sent to the Governor Thursday. Authored by California State Senator Ed Hernandez, O.D. (D – West Covina), the legislation establishes minimum health benefits and provides important consumer protections...

FBI seeking ‘Haggler Bandit’ 4 Bank Robberies in 24 Hours Including Pasadena and Monrovia

An unidentified male bank robber has been linked to three bank robberies and two attempted bank robberies in the past week; four of the incidents occurred in the past day. The Haggler Bandit is described as an unidentified black male, between 5’8” and 6’,...

Pasadena Museum of History Offers Free Admission to Active Duty Military Personnel

Pasadena Museum of History is pleased to extend the offer of free admission to active duty personnel and their families through the entire run of the two popular new exhibitions Pacific Electric Railway, Then & Now and What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been:...

Sierra Madre Anticipates Further Discussions of Proposed Green Commission

By Jim E. Winburn Both the City Council and members of the public have many questions on whether or not to grant the Green Advisory Committee’s request to become a commission. Although the Sierra Madre City Council came to no conclusion at their Aug. 14 meeting,...

Structural Work Complete for I-210 Gold Line Bridge

-Photo by Terry Miller After more than one year of intense activity, the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority (Construction Authority) announced today that all structural work has been completed on the I-210 Gold Line Bridge. This announcement follows the recent completion of...

Monrovia History Museum Honors Native Americans

By Susan Motander The Monrovia Historical Museum will open its newest and one of its largest exhibits this Sunday. The exhibit examines the influence of Native Americans and most especially the local Gabrieleno Band of Mission Indians (a part of the Gabrielino/Tonvah Tribe or Nation) The...
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