The Alhambra Council action will prevent some evictions and the measure will act as a bridge until AB 1482 takes effect on January 1st.
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.
Artists from around Southern California gathered for Alhambra's First Chalk Art Competition. The results very varied and impressive.
The Alhambra is a 45-acre business park with attractive gardens and an emphasis on qualify of life for tenants. Little known to some residents, its long history is a key part of the city's fabric.
A recent Alhambra Police Department enforcement effort targeted motorists who failed to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks.
A Wednesday night meeting in the Civic Center Library will review new U.S. policy on Public Charge as it relates to immigration and how it may impact students and green card holders.
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During the 30 days of September, the Alhambra Source hopes to add 30% of its readers to the Donor Supporter community at a minimum of $30.
Denise Jaramillo's job is several parts educator, many parts businesswoman but in the end it's all about the kids.
A 107-year-old bungalow in Ramona Park offers prospective renovators a glimpse of the possible.
A $1.82 million grant from the California Department of Education will fund the new building, which will help provide a safe haven for homeless and at risk children.