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Category: Neighborhoods

Reflecting the Residents We Serve: A Conversation with City Council Candidate Stephen Sham

Alhambra Source spoke to Sham about the upcoming election and what he would like to improve in Alhambra.
categories NeighborhoodsPolitics

East LA CVS Liquor License Approved, With Conditions

County supervisors have approved a liquor license for a new CVS pharmacy in unincorporated East Los Angeles despite concerns raised by local residents who claim there are already too many places selling alcohol in their neighborhood.
categories BusinessNeighborhoods

Montebello Hills Project Once Again Under Review

A controversial project to build housing in an area known as the Montebello Hills is gaining traction again with the re-release of a draft environmental impact report (DEIR), which is now available for review and comment.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsGreen NewsNeighborhoodsPublic Safety

Alhambra Residents Meet Local Politicians Over Ice Cream

Councilwoman Barbara Messina, council candidate Eric Sunada, and Congressional candidate Jack Orswell joined residents at the Alhambra Preservation Group's Ice Cream Social.
categories NeighborhoodsPublic Safety

Wealthier LA Neighborhoods Report Low Vaccine Rates

According to a new report, some Los Angeles schools have astoundingly low vaccination rates not far off from those in developing countries, such as parts of Africa.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsHealthNeighborhoods

Chinese Americans Feel the Pinch of Rising Green Onion Prices in the San Gabriel Valley

The price of green onions increased to nearly a dollar a bunch at the various Asian supermarkets on Valley Boulevard and throughout the San Gabriel Valley, the World Journal reports.
categories BusinessEconomyNeighborhoods

Korean Business Charged With Money Laundering in L.A. Fashion District Raid

Q.T. Fashion owner Andrew Jong Hack Park, 56, of La Canada-Flintridge, business manager Sang Jun Park, 36, of La Crescenta were among those arrested on Wednesday on charges related to money laundering and smuggling goods.
categories BusinessJusticeNeighborhoods

Bell Gardens Students Lay Down the Law

MUSD’s first ‘Teen Court’ opens at local high school.
categories EducationJusticeNeighborhoodsYouth

Commerce Invests in ‘College Going Culture’

On Saturday, the Commerce Library will hold its 9th Annual College Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Veterans Park.
categories EducationNeighborhoods

Filipina Runs for Glendale City Council Anew

After failing to make it in 2013, a Filipina is once again running for a seat in the Glendale City Council in the upcoming April 2015 city elections.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics
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