Here's a round-up of all things fireworks in Alhambra. We also have a map that displays the fireworks stands in the city.
Metro will be accepting public comments until the end of summer. We've compiled a list of resources to help you make your own informed opinion.
The stretch of Main St from Chapel Avenue to the east city boundary will no longer be open for housing, mixed-use, or hotel developments.
Van Tran, 87, left his home Monday around 10 a.m. headed towards 168 Market in Alhambra.
The City advises people to keep trash lids on tight, pick up fruit from the ground, and avoid feeding stray cats.
Approximately 16,000 students were left stranded when Corinthian Colleges Inc—owners of Everest College—was forced to shut down in April.
Council postponed vote on water regulation ordinance. City staff presented a new set of six month goals as part of the Strategic Plan.
The proposed ordinance will prohibit lawn-watering between 8am and 6pm. The State asks that Alhambra reduce its water usage by 24 percent.
Immigrants from China, India, the Philippines, and Vietnam are becoming U.S. citizens at higher numbers compared to other groups, but Mexicans represent the largest group of immigrants in the country.
The budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year projects a surplus of $11,642.