This month the LA-based Chinatown Service Center opened a center in Alhambra where patients — regardless of insurance status — can receive health care in Chinese, Spanish and Vietnamese and English.
Most of Alhambra’s residents are immigrants; many don't speak English well. One recent immigrant talks about her future now that the city's adult ESL program is cut.
A beer and wine permit is denied to a cafe off Main Street, and it sparks a fierce debate about whether there is too much drinking downtown
Most Alhambra residents appear not to want the high-speed rail to pass through our city, and understandably so, but we need to be careful not to be excluded from the planning process.
At Mark Keppel, Asian parents and students are upset about cuts to the racquet sport where players swat a shuttlecock over a net.
POLL: The centers are being limited to industrial areas. Customers at a local redemption center share in this video why they take the trouble to redeem bottles.
One thing remained a mystery while we slurped down hot bowls of Beef ‘n Tendon Noodles at Liang's Kitchen: What was with the Chinese Air Force photos plastered on every wall?
Among low and very low-income affordable housing, 99.2% of units are directed to seniors only. Yet, the group most in need are low-income families – not seniors.
The first in a video series on Alhambra's below-the-radar art movements visits Alcazaba, a loft on Fremont Avenue that local youth use for creative expression.
Did you know that a 10-year-old girl is responsible for Alhambra's name? Curious about the love story between Don Benito and Ramona? Read on...