AUSD Board of Ed heard the health and safety plans for the fall. Even though the semester begins Aug. 12 with distance learning, the district is preparing for when students do have to return to the classroom.
Alhambra's planning commission approved the Marguerita/Curtis avenues development project with tenant protections.
Unless they qualify for free or reduced-price meals, families of Alhambra Unified will go back to paying regular prices in the '20-'21 school year. Applications must be filled out if not notified by the district of automatic enrollment. The SGV has additional food resources available to the community.
The City of Alhambra will write a letter to the City of San Gabriel, asking their planning commission to consider Alhambra's residents when reviewing the Arroyo Village housing project. The project needs three Alhambra parcels.
Monterey Highlands 7th Grader Kristine Sy is the 1st Place winner of the 6th-8th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest.
County officials are not enforcing additional closures at the moment, but if residents don't voluntarily stay inside and bend the curve once more, the county is considering going back to more aggressive stay-at-home orders.
Through Saturday, the Catholic men's organization, Knights of Columbus, is conducting public prayers for first responders of Alhambra.
In “What on Earth is the Census?,” 3rd Grader Hana Minami Underscores the Importance of this Year’s Count
Marguerita Elementary School 3rd Grader Hana Minami received an honorable mention in the 3rd-5th Grade category of the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest. Her story "What on Earth is the Census?" offers a summary of how the census supports education funding.
Alhambra Unified plans for a virtual start to the 2020-2021 year. The board heard sample schedules, athletics plans and more from district officials Tuesday night.
Monday's events showed the Villages at The Alhambra is at the fore of the conversation around affordable housing, big development and government proceedings during COVID-19.