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Monrovia Named As Most Business Friendly City Finalist
Business

Monrovia Named As Most Business Friendly City Finalist

For the third year in a row, the City of Monrovia has been named as one of five finalists for the prestigious annual Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation’s (LAEDC) Eddy Awards. Monrovia was nominated as a finalist for jurisdictions with a population of fewer than 50,000 people, along with Duarte, La Mirada, San Gabriel and…

New Lowe’s Store Coming to Monrovia
Business

New Lowe’s Store Coming to Monrovia

Lowe’s, the Fortune 500 home improvement retailer, recently informed the City of Monrovia that they want to open a new appliance-centric store concept at 725 W. Huntington Drive (what used to be Orchard Supply Hardware) that will also provide opportunities to purchase home improvement related items that are typically found in Lowe’s store, according to…

Pasadena’s Legendary Big Mama’s Rib Shack Closing
Business

Pasadena’s Legendary Big Mama’s Rib Shack Closing

Originally posted June 27 at 9 a.m. / Updated June 27 at 2:51 p.m. with correct phone number By Amanda Sulker-Hall Big Mama’s Rib Shack, also known as Big Mama’s, opened in 2002 but the origins of this family restaurant began further south east of California in Chattanooga, Tenn. where the founder, Dargin McWhorter, was…

Business

Meet Century Rooter

We are Century Rooter service and plumbing. Family owned and operated, we know plumbing. A stopped up toilet, a leak that keeps on leaking, and a clogged drain pipe are problems that must be fixed quickly and correctly. That is why we offer 24 hour emergency service available, just call (800) 782-4744. For 25 years…

St. Gregory A. & M. Hovsepian School Goes Full STEAM Ahead
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St. Gregory A. & M. Hovsepian School Goes Full STEAM Ahead

By Emily Glory Peters “Don’t throw anything away.” It’s not a hoarder’s mentality—it’s the bedrock of teachers Michele Browning and Arpy Jahjah’s STEAM philosophy at St. Gregory A. & M. Hovsepian School in Pasadena. “For young learners, school is a freight train—it’s cognitive overload,” says Browning, who, like Jahjah, has been teaching since she was…

Readers’ Choice 2019 Final Vote
Business

Readers’ Choice 2019 Final Vote

Cast your ballot before the voting period ends The Readers’ Choice 2019 voting period is coming to an end. Thursday, June 6, is the last day to cast your vote before 10 p.m. You, the community, have selected these nominees to be top contenders for this year’s Readers’ Choice favorites. See the nominees here: bit.ly/RC19vote….

Readers’ Choice 2019 Nominees Announced May 24
Business

Readers’ Choice 2019 Nominees Announced May 24

See who is in the running to be featured in this year’s Readers’ Choice The Readers’ Choice 2019 nominees are in. You, the community, have selected these nominees to be top contenders for this year’s Readers’ Choice favorites. The voting period will be open Friday, May 24 through Thursday, June 6 at 10 p.m. Visit…

Last Chance to Submit Your Readers’ Choice Nominations
Business

Last Chance to Submit Your Readers’ Choice Nominations

Today, May 16, is the last chance to nominate your favorite businesses to be featured in this year’s Readers’ Choice. Here is how you can nominate your favorites: Visit this link: ly/RC19nominate. The link will take you to the website where you are asked to select a business category. After you select a category, write…

How to Recruit and Retain the Best Students or Graduates?
Business

How to Recruit and Retain the Best Students or Graduates?

By Daniela McVicker How successful your company does, falls heavily on who you recruit. You need to ensure that you’re hiring the very best people for the job, as well as keeping them to grow with your company. Students and graduates could be a great place to start. They arrive with fresh ideas, an unmarked…

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