Labobatory's efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 include telling its customers to make boba in their own kitchens.
The Park brothers own a ramen restaurant and a shabu shabu restaurant in the San Gabriel Valley. Their father came to the U.S. to be a chef and opened sushi restaurants: "I guess you could say it's in our blood."
ZinDrew Chili's garlic chili oil is growing a local fan base. One year into their business, the husband-wife team is moving into a commercial kitchen to keep up with demand.
Mahan Indian Restaurant on Main Street is adapting to life during a pandemic. Their business has decreased, but owner Anil Sharma is working hard to maintain employee hours and safety regulations. Mahan is open for modified in-person dining.
As high-risk businesses open, health officials remind those residents resistant to face coverings: “It’s not about you.”
Alhambra Police Department has closed a possible "food tampering" investigation after a San Marino police officer found a cutting blade in her food from an Alhambra restaurant. APD says it could happen to any business that uses chopping machines or blades.
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The L.A. County Department of Public Health is giving the green light to modified dine-in experiences and haircuts after being granted a variance in state guidelines. The county will begin moving toward a "sustainable" emergency response, said the Department of Health Services director.
Dispersal of funds for COVID-19 housing relief hits some snags. Request for $1.25 million from emergency funds to upgrade Almansor Court is rejected.
Overall decline in deaths, hospitalizations led County officials to reduce restrictions. Tests continue to be available and Alhambra's independent site will be operating through Friday.