AUSD presented to the school board overviews of instruction and support services available, on Tuesday night. The board will adopt the teaching plans at the next meeting.
City | Government | Housing
City Council unanimously passed the first reading of the inclusionary housing ordinance. The zone text amendment must come back to council for a second reading and final adoption.
Police responded to the call around 7 a.m. on Tuesday.
APIFM gives tips on how to keep your lungs safe from smoke this fire season.
City | Development | Housing
The Villages at The Alhambra was up for consideration at the Tuesday Planning Commission meeting. For various reasons, the city, the applicant and the public are frustrated with the progress or process of the ongoing deliberation of this housing project.
The three-week drive ended on September 8th and raised a total of $23,853. The funds will go towards sustaining operational costs for the non-profit news site through 2020.
Government | Politics | Voting
Los Angeles County is offering a variety of ways to return your vote-by-mail ballot or cast your vote in-person. Read about the ways you can cast your vote in city, L.A. County, California and national matters.
Business | Coronavirus | Food
Labobatory's efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 include telling its customers to make boba in their own kitchens.
Today is the first day of free meals. The announcement that schools may once again feed all children at no charge comes the week after many Alhambra institutions came together in an effort to reduce food insecurity.
Beginning Sept. 14, some in-person services for K-12 students will be allowed. Hair salons and barbershops can operate at 25% capacity as soon as they meet requirements.