News roundup for Alhambra and the San Gabriel Valley for July 13, 2018.
The 1st district candidate for City Council discusses her problem-solving approach to Alhambra's major issues and how she wants everyone in the city to have a seat at the table.
Ching Ly and Boris Tong emphasize long-term improvement of their patients' health at B & C Physical Therapy.
The City of Alhambra needs more funding to make major sewer system repairs, but the increase won't go forward if a majority of rate payers submit written protests against it.
Volunteers will collect data on tree canopy and take inventory of tree species at the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area. Currently, we don’t have specific data on trees in the area. By having this data available, we can help with future…
Dear Friend, It’s back! I’m once again excited to host my annual #BestOf27 Photo Contest. I want to see what you love about our district, with the winning picture to be hung in my office and become my new Facebook…
News roundup for Alhambra and the San Gabriel Valley for July 6, 2018.
Inside the expanded options and new food court at Alhambra's 99 Ranch supermarket.
Alhambra has approved 53 applications for accessory dwelling units since requirements for building one were relaxed.
This plan will capitalize on Alhambra's recent success to reduce its homeless population.