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FFDY and YMCA to Assist Chinese Families with Disabled Children

As part of its ongoing commitment to broaden its support for the disabled children, Foundation for Disabled Youths (FFDY), a eight-year old non-profit organization that serves the Chinese special needs community announced today a strategic alliance with West San Gabriel Valley YMCA to jointly...

Stay Out of Court

Saturday June 2, 2012 - 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, Community Room, Monrovia Library. This valuable public service program partners the LA Law Library with the Center for Conflict Resolution at Loyola Law School to present various ways to use mediation to stay out of...

Assembly Approves Portantino’s Bill to End Special Perk for Legislator’s Vanity License Plates (AB 2068)

Assemblymember Anthony Portantino's bill requiring lawmakers who have legislative vanity plates on their personal cars to pay the same fees paid by the general public, has been overwhelmingly approved by the state Assembly. AB 2068 passed the Assembly today on a vote of...

Free Hands-Only CPR Training at Santa Anita Mall June 7

Methodist Hospital will provide free Hands-OnlyTM CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) training Thursday, June 7, from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Westfield Santa Anita Mall. Part of a countywide event, the training will occur near the food court outside Johnny Rockets restaurant next to Methodist Hospital’s...

Police Blotters 5/24/12

Arcadia PD Sunday, May 13: Around 3:00 p.m., an officer responded to Macy’s at the Santa Anita Mall, 400 South Baldwin Avenue, regarding a theft report. A female suspect exited the store without making payment for the merchandise she concealed inside her purse. The 54-year-old Chinese...

Gold Line Work to Close Colorado Boulevard for a Month in Arcadia

Colorado Boulevard between San Antonio Road and Santa Anita Avenue is closed to commuters at the start of a nearly four-week closure to make way for the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension project. The portion of Colorado Boulevard just west of North Santa Anita avenue...

Redistricting Brings New Faces to the Political Field

The Sierra Madre Kiwanis Club is sponsored a forum Tuesday with the candidates for the newly drawn districts for Congress, State Senate and State Assembly. Though not all candidates were able to attend, Kiwanis Club did get representatives from most of the candidates who...

Arcadia Student to Compete for a Spot on US International Chemistry Olympiad Team

National chemistry champion Timothy Man Hay Lee has qualified to compete for one of four spots on the U.S. team bound for the 44th annual International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO). A senior at ArcadiaHigh School, he is one of only 20 students nation-wide invited...

AIAPF Announces Perspectives: Women in Architecture (WIA)

A Panel Symposium on Issues Facing Women within the Architecture Profession. As part of its mission to champion diversity within the design professions, AIAPF is proud to present WIA: Acknowledging, Understanding, and Celebrating Women in Architecture. As one of our Chapter's unique monthly...

More Memorial Day Events Locally

-Photo by Terry Miller Veterans of Foreign Wars Sierra Madre - Post 3208. Invites the Public to Memorial Day Ceremonies. Sierra Madre Pioneer Cemetery, Monday May 28, 2012 11 a.m. Refreshments and Sandwiches to follow. Remembering Our Veterans Sat May 26 Arcadia County Park The Annual Michael Antnovich...
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