A free prescription discount card which could save residents up to 20% on prescription drugs has been made available to Alhambra residents. Alhambra mayor Stephen Sham said that the card is extremely easy to acquire and there is no restriction as to the resident's age, address or income. About
A beer and wine permit is denied to a cafe off Main Street, and it sparks a fierce debate about whether there is too much drinking downtown
A meeting with a representative will be held tonight, and a regional meeting will be held October 6
The City of San Gabriel received about $500 million in federal and state funding this week. A two-mile trench project for the San Gabriel railroad, which will send trains underneath Mission Road, Ramona Street, Del Mar Avenue and San Gabriel Boulevard, is expected to begin next spring. The City of
The Alhambra Police Department is recognizing Colleen Campbell for her assistance in officially closing a criminal investigation that involved the murder of an Alhambra Police Officer in 1933. Also to be recognized posthumously is former Alhambra Police Captain Marian L. Thompson, father of Ms.
Most Alhambra residents appear not to want the high-speed rail to pass through our city, and understandably so, but we need to be careful not to be excluded from the planning process.
Alhambra residents what do you think? What are your concerns? What would make you feel better about the project? Have your say...
Among low and very low-income affordable housing, 99.2% of units are directed to seniors only. Yet, the group most in need are low-income families – not seniors.
An emotional crowd of hundreds packed City Hall Monday night and confronted the California High-Speed Rail Authority about plans for the route to pass through Alhambra.
The Star-News reports that Rosemead passed a resolution against any potential home displacement and other city officials, including those from Alhambra, have voiced concern.