Overall decline in deaths, hospitalizations led County officials to reduce restrictions. Tests continue to be available and Alhambra's independent site will be operating through Friday.
The Alhambra Source is proud to congratulate the graduating seniors from all five AUSD high schools.
Despite the financial impact from the state, AUSD has an emergency fund that may help mitigate the shortfall. Jaramillo announces hiring freeze and possible reassignment of duties.
The alleged incident occurred at Garfield Elementary School last fall, the City News Service reported. The civil suit was filed Thursday in L.A. Superior Court.
County health department lifts some COVID-19 restrictions: beach parking lots and bike paths will reopen and more stores in malls may conduct curbside business. Vehicular graduation celebrations will also be allowed.
The 5-0 vote came after lengthy period of comments. Opponents see the state's draft measure as exclusionary and anti-Semitic. Those in favor see if merely as a framework that may be adjusted to fit district needs.
Small retailers and their suppliers may reopen if they follow health department guidelines. Beaches are reopening with some restrictions; tennis courts and some community gardens will also be available.
Sponsors included Alhambra Source, AUSD and the Credit Union of Southern California. Attendees learned how to think about money, establish credit and chart a financial future in uncertain times.
Those in favor of the initiative say the city is trying to obstruct democratic process, while opponents blast Grassroots Alhambra for legal action.
The virtual graduation ceremonies for high school seniors will be streamed on YouTube. AUSD cities are urged to honor graduates in special ways. The fall term starts August 12.