Eight remarkable students from Alhambra Unified were recognized for exemplifying the spirit of a fallen police officer.
Alhambra, Granada, Almansor, and Story parks summer recreational and free lunch program started on Monday. Children 18 and under are eligible. Lunch is served from 11am to 2pm.
As Alhambra schools wind down the school year, high school students tell us about what they will miss the most and what they're looking forward to next year.
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South Pas arson suspect's bail goes up to $2 million; special election to determine future of Monterey Park Fire Department
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California legislator who represented SGV dies at 85; South Pas doctor opens farm-fresh restaurant in Monterey Park
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Vickie Schemel, who comes from the college's Torrance and City of Industry campuses, says she's looking forward to leading the career-oriented school.
At an annual ceremony held on May 9, the West San Gabriel Valley Association of REALTORS® awarded scholarships to talented and deserving seniors from 14 high schools in Alhambra, San Gabriel, Rosemead, Monterey Park, and Temple City. The selection was chosen by the Administrators at each school
Jane Fernandez moved from Cuba to Alhambra when she was 8 years old. That is when the bullying started that left an impact until today.
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