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Monrovia Man Arrested Following Monrovia Bank Robbery Attempt – Bomb Threat Apparently False

Monrovia Man Arrested Following Monrovia Bank Robbery Attempt – Bomb Threat Apparently False

    FEST (Foothill Special Enforcement Team) which includes members of Monrovia, Arcadia, Glendora and West Covina SWAT, arrest Joshua Locateil , 24, who allegedly barricaded himself inside the Citizens…

Monrovia Bank Standoff Ends, Bomb Scare Suspect Detained

Monrovia Bank Standoff Ends, Bomb Scare Suspect Detained

A bank robbery this morning at the Citizens Bank branch in Monrovia at the corner of Huntington Drive and Myrtle Avenue that turned into a bomb threat, with bank employees…

TCHS Students Receive Awards at JPL Invention Challenge

TCHS Students Receive Awards at JPL Invention Challenge

Advanced Computer Aided Design Students Take Award “Most Artistic” Design Three student teams recently competed in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Invention Challenge 2009.  The “A Ton of Bricks” contest, challenged…

Camellia Festival Play Day Held a Live Oak Park

Camellia Festival Play Day Held a Live Oak Park

The annual search for a King and Queen and their Royal Court to reign over the 66th Annual Camellia Festival of Temple City began on Saturday, January 9, 2010, when…

Claremont Mayor May Seek Anthony Adams’ Assembly Seat

Claremont Mayor May Seek Anthony Adams’ Assembly Seat

Corey Calaycay, the Mayor of Claremont, is considering a run for the California State Assembly seat currently held by retiring Assemblyman Anthony Adams. Adams had promised to serve for only…

Man Collapses While Demanding Indicted Council Member’s Resignation

Man Collapses While Demanding Indicted Council Member’s Resignation

More Drama In Temple City Council Chambers Temple City resident Jeffrey Briggs collapsed Tuesday evening at the bi-weekly meeting of City Council where he had come to offer his judgment…

Students Selected for Sister Cities Trip

Students Selected for Sister Cities Trip

The Temple City Sister Cities Program has selected the six students who will be traveling to Australia in mid July, through mid August. The students will stay in the homes…

Longden Elementary has New Assistant Principal

Longden Elementary has New Assistant Principal

12-year school district veteran Tina Cunningham has been selected to fill the vacant Assistant Principal position at Longden Elementary School. “I’m very pleased that Mrs. Cunningham will be the new…

TCUSD Board Elects Officers

TCUSD Board Elects Officers

The Temple City Unified School District Board of Education elected 2010 officers at its annual organizational meeting on December 7, 2009. Rachel LaSota was elected as Board President; Matt Smith,…

Annual Food Drive and Breakfast with Santa Brings Hundreds to Emperor Elementary School

Annual Food Drive and Breakfast with Santa Brings Hundreds to Emperor Elementary School

The annual pancake breakfast with Santa was a big success Saturday at Emperor Elementary in San Gabriel. The tradition of students and parents helping those in need benefits the Foothill…