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.
Alhambra’s “Night Out Against Crime“ Event Focuses On Building Trust And Strong Partnerships In The Community
The national "Night Out Against Crime" event takes place in more than 16,000 communities across the country. Along with the festive activities, the Police Department will offer tours of the station and demonstrate some of its field operations including a "felony stop."
Marc Soong is only 16, but has appeared on NPR and played solo concerts.
San Gabriel Valley cities discussed working together to address traffic around the southern I-710 stub at a meeting last Friday.
Tiffany Aleman’s financial literacy formula means holding several jobs and getting scholarships.
The detailed breakdown of ages in pedestrian-involved collisions showed a wide range of ages in those involved.
Four years at UC Santa Cruz taught me a lot about weekend meals of bananas and granola bars, risky side hustles and being $31,000 in debt. My experience is not unique.
The city decided to gauge interest from multiple developers after another organization expressed interest in turning a city parking lot in downtown Alhambra into affordable housing.
Alhambra’s Planning Commission voted to deny the application for a four-story office building after significant neighborhood opposition.
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In a Q and A with Alhambra Source, the representative for the 27th Congressional District Says Program Funding and Representation Are Key.