The diverse group of 15 attendees shared one common goal: to advocate for environmentally-friendly solutions in an ever-growing city.
James Rojas — an urban planner, community activist, and longtime Alhambra resident — is now building a new organization to promote sustainable local transportation development.
Alhambra Beyond Cars (ABC), a community organization, will be holding a meeting on Thursday, April 21st at 7:30 PM at 313 S. Cordova Street. ABC's mission is to advocate for an environmentally-friendly and safe Alhambra by educating and informing residents on how to affect local
The Alhambra Community Emergency Response Team Association are creating trilingual signs that will indicate the status of residents in the aftermath of a major disaster.
From the City of Alhambra website: All Alhambra residents are now eligible to obtain a FREE Prescription Discount Card that can help provide some relief from the high cost of prescription drugs. Residents who use the card can save an average of 20 percent off the retail price of
In conjunction with San Gabriel High School's on-line news publication, "The Matador Online" (http://thematadorsghs.com/), SGHS-Parents Teachers Students Association (PTSA) proudly presents the annual e-Waste collection event on Saturday February 26 and Sunday February
While many Alhambra families will gather under the Christmas tree anticipating opening presents, some will be heading to the movie theater for the one of the most anticipated openings of the year. The Chinese romantic comedy, If You Are the …
From the City of Alhambra website: Street improvement projects on the drawing board: Valley Boulevard - from Marengo Avenue to the city limits at the 710 freeway terminus. The six-month project is scheduled to get underway in January 2011 an will be comprised of median island &
The infrastructure of the Alhambra parade float is completed and volunteers wait in anticipation for the last weekend before the Rose Parade to apply decorations, the World Journal reports. Because the flowers are subjected to a shorter lifespan, the final decorations must wait until the week
Officer Grant Spencer's partner is a trained narcotics detection dog who alerts him of illicit substances in the schools.