Eighth grade AUSD students were honored by the Asian American Association of Alhambra and the Alhambra Latino Association as elementary schools held their virtual graduation ceremonies on Thursday and Friday.
ALA's annual banquet was cancelled due to COVID-19 so this year's winners were honored at a safe social distance. The winners represent each of the five high schools in the Alhambra Unified School District.
The Perfect Exposure Gallery owner Armando Arorizo photographed a changing Alhambra as the county's "Safer at Home" orders went into effect. Restaurants on Main and Valley have a different look.
A recap of our favorite moments and top stories in 2019.
The Band Director has been teaching Music at Alhambra High School since 2003. 17 school years later, he's leading the AUSD Marching Band for the Tournament of Roses Parade on Jan. 1, 2020.
On Monday and Tuesday, Alhambra Fire Department used the site to practice high risk, low frequency maneuvers they seldom get to practice on a real-world commercial site.
The upscale resale boutique has been a staple in Alhambra's downtown district since 1984 and offers clothing, accessories, and home goods for shoppers on a budget.
The YMCA of West SGV started their Halloween festivities early this year by combining good old fashioned Halloween fun with a positive mission.
About 250 attendees were served soup by local mayors and city officials and heard the testimonial of a once homeless single mother of two and a presentation by the LAHSA Commissioner.
Armando Arorizo has owned The Perfect Exposure Gallery for 25 years and relocated to Alhambra last September. He came to the U.S. from Mexico City in 1986 to refine his photography. He says the stretch of Valley Blvd. where the gallery is located reminds him of “Old Alhambra.”