One passed away at just shy of 99, after breaking barriers for women in Alhambra; the other, a remarkable 33-year-old Latino school board official, fell victim to an execution-style murder.
Herb Klein, a former Nixon aid and editor at the Alhambra Post-Advocate, died at 91 on July 2.
Thousands of Californians flocked to Alhambra, most of them with their minds made up and determined to speak out on healthcare reform.
Alhambra Place on Main (where Mervyn’s used to be) is still very vacant — but it’s getting a face lift.
Unlike most City Council Meetings, the chamber was packed Monday night as Councilman Stephen Sham assumed Alhambra’s rotating mayoral position.
Despite opposition from concerned church groups, 92 new residential units and 5,000 feet of commercial space will be built on Main Street.
The EPA is taking new steps to clean cancer-causing contaminates in the groundwater under Alhambra.
The new Gateway Arch on Valley and Fremont was officially dedicated this week. Inspiration for the $325,000 park and arch came when City Manager Julio Fuentes was flipping through trade magazines and