Seven confirmed cases found in the first week at Alhambra's test site; County health inspectors monitored more than 400 businesses that opened Friday after a two-month hiatus.
The virtual graduation ceremonies for high school seniors will be streamed on YouTube. AUSD cities are urged to honor graduates in special ways. The fall term starts August 12.
Browning Mazda fails to survive the pandemic; Officials urge caution in stepping into another phase of the new normal. Cal State L.A. opens testing site with longer hours.
Alhambra's at-large voting system violates state law by diluting the votes of a protected class of citizens, an attorney representing Grassroots Alhambra and another client states in a letter to the city. A second attorney, representing a separate group, also urges the city to voluntarily change voting practices.
Ferrer details five stage plan for reopening with necessary health criteria to move forward. Beaches will not be reopened immediately but golf courses and trails will.
The Alhambra Source checked-in with First Baptist Church of Alhambra and the Asian Youth Center about their growing food distribution. More resources around the county are addressing food insecurity or making it easier to obtain food by using your benefits.
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The City of Alhambra began testing symptomatic residents on Monday. Testing will be Monday-Friday through May. The state will move forward with reopening on Friday, with state and local announcements setting those guidelines through the week.
Every weekday at 8 a.m. Harvey Chin starts his "Rise and Shine" class meeting on Zoom and now all 31 of his students are in the picture.
Pasadena’s Death Toll Surpasses OC; CDC Expands List of Symptoms, Isolation Guidance for COVID-19 Recovery
Most deaths in Pasadena occurred among residents of skilled nursing homes; throughout L.A. County, 48% of the deaths have been residents of similar facilities.
With just over a month left in the academic year, the guidelines are important in setting parameters for advancement in all grades, and to ensure students are not penalized for the pandemic-induced distance learning.