Bao Gang Li, the owner of New Taste Dumpling House, recounts San Gabriel Mayor Albert Huang's early morning quarrel that ended with robbery, battery and assault charges
City of Alhambra has applied for a $4.9 million loan from the Department of Housing and Urban Development for its developmental projects including expanding businesses and building a new structure on Garfield Ave.
Residents in Alhambra, San Gabriel and Rosemead report that they have been disturbed by the sound of people rummaging through their garbage the night before the arrival of trash trucks. Alhambra Mayor Stephen Sham told the World Journal that there are policies that prohibit garbage-picking but they
To qualify for funds the city must create new jobs that benefit low and moderate income persons, which the city says will be offered first to Alhambra residents.
The California Fair Political Practices Commission fined Messina for violations involving a campaign bank account, reporting of expenditures and sender identification on mass mailings.
The California state government recently announced a list of California cities that do not provide enough affordable homes for low-income households. Alhambra mayor Stephen Sham is confident about Alhambra's performance. According to Sham, Alhambra has spent $2.4 million over the past three
The Pasadena Star-News is reporting that the city has signed an agreement with Allied Waste to patrol for trash scavengers. Ann-Marie Hayashi, assistant to the City Manager, told the Alhambra Source that the new program, which will begin in April 2011, will also work in conjunction with the local
Dan Bednarski argues Metro and Union Pacific are two major reasons why the Rail Authority is seriously considering running high-speed trains through Alhambra.
"City Manager Julio Fuentes said losing Edwards Cinemas will cost the city about $247,000 a year that the theater had paid in property taxes. But that funding would be offset by two new mixed-use developments being built in the city, officials said," the Pasadena Star-News reports. "
The association of Chinese-American Elected Officials (CEO) held an event in Rosemead to encourage Chinese Americans to participate in the Nov. 2 California election and explained the nine ballot propositions. Alhambra Mayor Stephen Sham expressed approval of proposition 22 which prohibits the