The "How Not to Be Broke" free workshop is this Saturday from 10am - 3pm at the Iona Work Spaces.
Traffic has long been a complex issue in Alhambra. The recent 626 Golden Streets Event, which closed off many streets in the city to vehicular traffic, was deemed a success to those advocating alternative forms of transportation.
Event draws many struggling to avoid homelessness, while Mayor Adele Andrade-Stadler and Councilmember Ross Maza join the break out discussions.
The 22nd annual event drew 275 ALA supporters to the Lakeview Room at Almansor Court for an evening celebrating Latino culture and education; this year’s honoree was ATA President Tammy Scorcia.
Tammy Scorcia, this year's Alhambra Latino Association honoree, sees affordable housing and the census count as vital issues in her community.
Almansor Court event draws 275 people as YMCA thanks Individuals and Foundations for Their Help Funding Important Programs.
Public Outreach to non-English speakers is the question. Community organizer Scott Chan adds some perspective.
The iconic Alhambra eatery closes its doors after 68 years and will reopen in South Pasadena this summer.
Laura Farber is the first Latina to head the Tournament of Roses Association and she grew up in Alhambra
A prominent attorney, she has fond memories of Alhambra high and says her debate team experience fueled her Interest in the law.
In its first year with NewsMatch, the Alhambra Source met its fundraising goal but funding challenges to non-non-profit newsrooms remain.