For the second consecutive year the Alhambra Source makes the INN list of top stories for the year.
The three-quarter per-cent levy would go for infrastructure improvements and police hiring. A second reading of the proposed ordinance is scheduled for Monday's City Council meeting.
The Alhambra Council action will prevent some evictions and the measure will act as a bridge until AB 1482 takes effect on January 1st.
When the perfect space opened up on Valley Boulevard, Suzanne Eggli decided to start the Shredded Carrot bakery.
What Alhambra High School civics teacher Jose Sanchez learned from writing an educational curriculum about the anti-immigrant Proposition 187, which California voters passed 25 years ago today.
The City Council will vote on an ordinance to allow AB 1482 tenant protections to take effect immediately.
Alhambra has also received additional money from Metro to implement local traffic projects.
The Newsmatch drive runs through Dec. 31 and gives newsrooms like Alhambra Source some capacity to report vital community news. During the two-month window, most contributions will be matched in full.
Halloween Comes Early for YMCA of West SGV with the 34th Annual Celebrity Waiter’s Luncheon and Fundraiser
The YMCA of West SGV started their Halloween festivities early this year by combining good old fashioned Halloween fun with a positive mission.
The planning commission will decide whether approval of the mixed-use development on Chapel Avenue should be revoked.