The City of Alhambra has paid 50 families' first installment of coronavirus-related emergency housing aid, but the remaining 150 are still in various stages of processing.
City Council action on ballot measure paves way for legal challenge to be withdrawn. Strategic Planning Meeting is scheduled and Police Chief Vu is planning Town Hall on APD procedures.
Alhambra High senior Max Tran reflects on how his time in quarantine has affected his outlook. In a short essay he speaks from the student's perspective, of unease, pressure and revelation.
County health officials have applied for a federal grant to help ease health inequities in neighborhoods of color. Ferrer thanks "everyone on the front lines to end racism and oppression."
Alhambra held its own protest in support of justice and equality for Black lives. The protest was peaceful and overwhelmingly positive. In a predominantly Asian community, signage was also seen in Asian languages.
The vehicular celebration events start June 4 and run through June 19 under strict public health guidelines. Violations of the guidelines risk cancellation of the entire program.
The city removed its objections to by-district voting in negotiations with Grassroots Alhambra, which sponsored the initiative. Other parts of the ordinance involve November's elections for council and school board seats.
Curfew for L.A. County cities, including Alhambra, extended into Monday night. In Alhambra, Mayor Maza draws new list of names for federal COVID-19 housing aid.
The PSA video that came out last week has had unexpected resonance at this time of reflection, civil protest and unrest.
The Alhambra Source is proud to congratulate the graduating seniors from all five AUSD high schools.