Tammy Scorcia, this year's Alhambra Latino Association honoree, sees affordable housing and the census count as vital issues in her community.
Alhambra High School students presented a resolution declaring Alhambra a sanctuary city for all people, regardless of immigration status.
The KidsZone Preschool Academy will officially open its doors the last week of April 2019, providing residents of Pasadena and Northeast Los Angeles a childcare and early-learning facility that emphasizes a culturally diverse and inclusive atmosphere. To celebrate, founders Yvonne…
Mark Keppel High School’s All-Male Hip-Hop Dance Team competed in three rounds of NBC’s “World of Dance.”
Inside MKAM’s rise from underdog to one of the best hip-hop dance crews in the country.
Alhambra High School hosted a series of events last week as part of the national immigration rights movement, "ComingOut of the Shadows Week." Students, teachers, and community leaders came together to listen to students share their immigration stories, stand in solidarity, and highlight the resources provided by the school’s Dream Center.
The Alhambra Unified School District is recognizing Moor Field Early Education Center occupational therapist Michael Ramirez and Granada Elementary School Intervention Advisor Tam Lai with their "Game Changer" honor.
Early bird registration has begun for the Alhambra Educational Foundation’s 2019 K-8 Summer Academy. The summer program runs for five weeks from June 10-July 12. Courses being offered include math, science, fine arts, social studies, English-language development and afternoon enrichment.…
Parents, volunteers, Alhambra’s mayor, the superintendent of AUSD, members of the school board, and other community leaders came together to read to the 448 students at Emery Park Elementary School, and celebrate “Reading is Magic”.
Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund and the Asian Pacific Community Fund announce student scholarship!
Hello! We are pleased to announce that the Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund (TASF) and the Asian Pacific Community Fund (APCF) has 10 – $5,000 scholarship awards to give to eligible high school seniors or first-year college students, as well as…