Since a Monterey Park protest for political freedom resulted in arrests, Chinese Chamber of Commerce President Chester Chong has been called a spy. He says it’s not true.
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We caught up with Mike Eng to talk about Alhambra Source's impact on the San Gabriel Valley and his plans as a member of the Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees.
‘I thought that people were beyond that’: Alhambrans react to alleged hate crime against African American family*
The perpetrator remains unknown as Alhambra residents try and make sense of Oct. 21 apparent hate crime against an African American family.
Typhoons were no big deal for Alfred Dicioco growing up in the Philippines. But the devastation of Haiyan was something different. And the response the tragedy triggered has inspired him.
VIDEO: Paul Merchain, an Alhambra barber for more than 50 years, passed away on July 1. A new generation of barbers shares what he meant to them, and the impact of the Alhambra Source story.
Paul Merchain died last month at age of 77, after cutting hair for more than 50 years at Merchain's Haircutting and later Main Street Barbers.
PHOTO ESSAY: The Alhambra Police Department hosted Wednesday National Night Out, inviting residents to tour the police station, sit on their motorcycles, and learn more about crime prevention.
Former Monterey Park mayor and state assemblyman Mike Eng talks to us about why he ran for the L.A. Community College Board of Trustees and the importance of education in his life.
All Souls Elementary School was forced to close in 2010 due to low enrollment. But the school re-opened last year with Mandarin and Spanish classes, making it part of a growing trend in California.
As Alhambra High School alumni from the classes of 1988 and 1964 are planning their high school reunions, former Moors shared their favorite Alhambra memories.