ALA's annual banquet was cancelled due to COVID-19 so this year's winners were honored at a safe social distance. The winners represent each of the five high schools in the Alhambra Unified School District.
The 5-0 vote came after lengthy period of comments. Opponents see the state's draft measure as exclusionary and anti-Semitic. Those in favor see if merely as a framework that may be adjusted to fit district needs.
The Alhambra Source wants to know what you've been doing for the last two months and what you're doing now. Our multimedia reporter Helen published the first in a community-based series, "Quarantine Connections: The New Normal." Join us!
L.A. County announced July 4 as the date they hope to have most business sectors open, including restaurants, retail shopping and malls. Alhambra announced testing to all city residents.
An SGV sewing community and a teacher-student team are embracing the DIY movement to create cloth face masks, scrub caps and "ear-savers" to help protect health workers and each other.
Census | Coronavirus | Op-Ed
In the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic it is easy to lose track of important obligations like the census. But the count is vital for the region's economic future.
The Thunderbirds blew over Main Street in Alhambra on their way to Los Angeles. The county is measuring the slowing of COVID-19's spread in five markers and effectiveness in four markers, which will help gauge the further loosening of restrictions.
Small retailers and their suppliers may reopen if they follow health department guidelines. Beaches are reopening with some restrictions; tennis courts and some community gardens will also be available.
Sponsors included Alhambra Source, AUSD and the Credit Union of Southern California. Attendees learned how to think about money, establish credit and chart a financial future in uncertain times.
Those in favor of the initiative say the city is trying to obstruct democratic process, while opponents blast Grassroots Alhambra for legal action.