City is proposing using $4.9 million of Community Development Block Grant funding to finance the move.
As summer approaches — and in memory of Bill Fosselman who died a few weeks ago — we explore Alhambra’s sweet past.
Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LACED) announced the 12 finalists for its most business-friendly city award this year. Alhambra is finalist for the population 60,000-and-over category. Alhambra Mayer Stephen Sham said that one example of the city's business-friendly policy
Alhambra is one of seven San Gabriel Valley cities that made the finalists for the annual competition.
A proposed model for the new CDC building be presented to the Alhambra City Council and Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday, City Manager Julio Fuentes told the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. The meeting will be at 5:30 pm. at the Alhambra Civic Center Library's Ruth C. Reese Hall.
The theater at 700 W Main St is slated to be replaced with a large office building housing the Los Angeles County Community Development Commission. We ask the director about the details.
To promote Chinese culture, HSBC's San Gabriel branch presented a $14,500 scholarship to United Horizon Foundation and five other Chinese schools in Southern California. Branch manager Geyi Zhang expressed his hope that more organizations and businesses would help promote Chinese culture and
On September 30, 2010, Assembly member Mike Eng (D-Monterey Park) presented awards to outstanding business community members and organizations in recognition of the 49th Assembly District’s 2010 Latino Heritage Month Celebration. The event took place at the Garvey Community Center in
Search Results Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have launched a series of investigations into illegal remittance activities in Chinese American communities in San Gabriel Valley. Zhihe Zhang, an illegal remittance agent in Monterey Park, was arrested
Seeking to enter the Asian American market, American General Life and Accident Insurance Company have chosen Los Angeles to be its future target market in Southern California. Philip Vaccarello, manager of AGLA's San Gabriel office, told the World Journal that the company has launched a hiring