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Casa Del Rey’s ‘mothership’ to close Feb. 16

Casa Del Rey’s ‘mothership’ to close Feb. 16

After being a staple on Las Tunas Drive for 42 years, Casa Del Rey will soon be closing its Temple City location. With its last day set for Feb. 16,…

PETA shows support for those arrested at Rose Parade

PETA shows support for those arrested at Rose Parade

About 50 members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals protested outside of the Pasadena Courthouse on Monday to show support for the 16 people arrested on Jan. 1…

Rosemead man joins mass arranged wedding ceremony in Korea

Rosemead man joins mass arranged wedding ceremony in Korea

On the eve of Valentine’s Day, several Unificationist couples in Los Angeles are packing their bags for a trip to Korea where they are celebrating the romance of arranged marriage…

Methodist Hospital new CT Scanner Suite now serving patients

Methodist Hospital new CT Scanner Suite now serving patients

Methodist Hospital, in its ongoing efforts to provide patient care in a safe environment, on Thursday dedicated its new state-of-the-art H. N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation & John Stauffer…

2014 Greater Los Angeles Girl Scout cookie season underway

Girl Scout Cookie Program, a “learning by earning” opportunity for girls continues through March 23 Buying Girl Scout Cookies is more than just handing over money for a delicious treat.…

A Temple City tribute to ELO

A Temple City tribute to ELO

We caught up with ELO front man Jeff Lynne ( not sure of his real name) at NAMM Saturday in Anaheim. Lynne (originally from Temple City) had just finished a…

Temple City man gets gubernatorial appointment

Timothy S. Martinez, 54, of Temple City, has been appointed to the Dental Hygiene Committee of California, where he has served since 2012. Martinez has been associate dean for community…

Long-term closure of Myrtle Ave. at railroad crossing in Monrovia starts – Jan. 20

Long-term closure of Myrtle Ave. at railroad crossing in Monrovia starts – Jan. 20

Santa Anita crossing in Arcadia marks half way point for project The changing face of Arcadia, Monrovia and Duarte due to Gold Line construction is dramatic in area cities. Perhaps…

LASD says prevent residential burglaries with these easy steps

Temple Sheriff’s Station has experienced several residential burglaries targeting residences under renovation construction. The items stolen in the burglaries are typically lighting fixtures, appliances and the contractor’s tools. The renovation…

Firefighters give thanks and look forward to new year

Firefighters are thankful that in 2013, Governor Jerry Brown denied parole for convicted arsonist Mario Catanio who killed LA City Firefighter Thomas Taylor in 1981 and remains in prison. They…