The World Journal (世界日报) reports on a photography exhibition opening held by the 8-year-old American Asian Photographic Salon (美亞沙龍攝影家協會) in Alhambra last Tuesday.
According to Sing Tao Daily (星岛日报), two divisions of the Kuomintang Party in the United States announced last Friday that they were joining forces and establishing a local organization.
Two farmers market vendors charged in a criminal conspiracy involving goat milk products have plead not guilty; a third will be arraigned Friday, South Pasadena Patch reports.
Two different perspectives on the 710 Freeway gap in the Opinion section of the LA Times.
The Pasadena Star-News reports family and friends gathered to remember Bo Feng — who was hit by a car last month in Alhambra — and to advocate for improved pedestrian safety.
IN THE NEWS: The completion of the 710 Freeway, which has been under discussion for 50 years, is a “regional need”, a transportation expert argues in an opinion piece for the Los Angeles Times.
The California High Speed Rail Authority’s budget for the current fiscal year has no funding to build the LA to SD line, reports www.alhambra123.org.
Alhambra resident and El Monte volunteer Jesus “Joe” Soto died on July 12 at the age of 93, the Pasadena Star-News is reporting.
Alhambra resident Jackie Hoang died Saturday after being shot at the entrance of a Little Tokyo club, the LA Times is reporting.
IN THE NEWS: Pasadena Star-News reports that Jack Mount, a star athlete at Alhambra High and former principal of San Gabriel High has died.