Paul Chan once owned a skateboard shop on Main Street. Now he and partner Adrian Mejia share a vision to create a web brand and clothing line dedicated to all that makes the SGV unique.
An Adult Day Health Care Center on Valley provides a daily refuge for 100 elderly immigrants. But along with hundreds of others, it could be forced to close at the end of the month.
The newly opened restaurant brings a twist on Brazilian tapas, with caipirinhas, live soccer, and Bossa Nova.
The San Gabriel Valley is now home to the first legislative or congressional district with a majority Asian Americans eligible voter population in California.
Mark Yokoyama became Alhambra’s first Asian police chief in June. Last week he had to perform the services no chief wants to do: speak at the funeral of one of his officers.
From a homeless man to the waitress who served him chicken sandwiches to colleagues, the young officer left a powerful and positive impression on the community in his short time of service.
ELAC's engineering group the Rolling Huskies may lack the resources and education of four-year universities, but that did not stop them from creating an extraordinary human-powered vehicle.
On Saturday Alhambra's Liberty Tax will be offering free returns in exchange for a donation to Japan relief efforts. Out front will be Sergio Jimenez, part of a national brigade of Liberty Ladies.
Jordanians, Lebanese, Egyptians — and at Tuesday's lunch Israelis — gather at Wahib's Restaurant where a distant conflict is close at hand.
The city had the highest fatality and injury rate of 104 California similarly sized cities. The police department called it "alarming," but says the situation is improving.