Alhambra Moors will head to Dodger Stadium on Friday to play Bonita in the CIF Southern Section Division 3 Championships.
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market announced that schools in Alhambra earned more than $43,800 through its fourth-annual Shop for Schools program. The company also opened online registration on May 1st for the fall 2012 Shop for Schools program. Schools can sign up at www.freshandeasy
The Asian Pacific American Legal Center forum focused on supporting parents and youth in the San Gabriel Valley.
Parents protested reports that the AUSD was cutting the Tri-City and All City String Orchestra programs. The district said it was a misunderstanding.
On Saturday, the Asian Pacific American Legal Center will be hosting a forum on family issues in Alhambra. Marvin Andrade, the organization's leadership director, explains why.
The Alhambra Thunderbirds Youth Football & Cheer non profit organization was founded in 1961. It has offered the youth in our community a program that teaches team work, leadership, individual responsibility, discipline, respect of others and self-esteem. While acquiring football and
At a time of vicious gang violence in the early 1990s, Rudy Tellez opened the Alhambra Youth Boxing Club. More than two decades later, the gangs are mostly gone, but the kids keep coming to his gym.
Health, economic inequities observed among Latino Baby Boomers dispute need for less senior programs
CSULA professor is lead author on articlepublished in The Gerontologist special issue “Latino Baby Boomers are likely to experience health and economic inequities similar to their parents as they enter the ranks of the elderly population,” according to a recently published article in a
HEPATITIS B AWARENESS YOUTH ART CONTEST for those in K-12. Deadline 6/17. No entry fee. Winners will be recognized with $250 at an awards ceremony and have a chance to get their artwork published on a 2013 calendar! Viral hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver and Hepatitis B is the cause of a
Now in its ninth year, Summer Enrichment Academies for elementary- and high school-level students is offered through the Alhambra Educational Foundation (AEF). This tuition-based program continues to grow each year in the number of participants and class offerings. The summer school program is open