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Public Arts Commission in Temple City Seeks Applicants

The Temple City Council is seeking applications from those who live or own a business in the community to fill five seats on its newly created Public Arts Commission. The…

Westminster Gardens to Hold Candidates’ Forum

Candidates for the offices of U.S. Congress, California State Assembly, and California State Senate have been invited to speak at a Candidates’ Forum at Westminster Gardens at 3:00 p.m., Tues.,…

Temple City Unified School District Inspires Students to go Solar

Saving More than $3.8 Million with Solar and Energy Upgrades Temple City Unified School District and Chevron Energy Solutions today announced the completion of a transformative solar and energy efficiency…

San Gabriel Church Bells to Ring Oct. 11 to Start Year of Faith

San Gabriel Church Bells to Ring Oct. 11 to Start Year of Faith

-Photo by Terry Miller San Gabriel Mission, the 241-year-old birthplace of the Los Angeles region, will join hundreds of Catholic churches and thousands of people across the United States of…

Creatures of the Night

Creatures of the Night

-Courtesy Photo As the days grow shorter and the night life in Eaton Canyon has its chance to howl, it’s time to celebrate all the wonderful creatures that go bump-flap,…

Huntington Memorial Hospital Installs Breakthrough Ekso Technology

“People with Paralysis Can Walk” Hospital Says Huntington Memorial Hospital announced today that it has become the first hospital in Southern California – and only the third in the 11…

Police Blotters 10/4/12

Arcadia PD Sunday, September 23: At about 3:00 a.m., officers responded to the 900 block of East Winnie Way regarding a traffic accident in which a vehicle had struck a…

Mate, the Untouchable Bobby Fischer Story

Theater Arts at Caltech presents Mate, the Untouchable Bobby Fischer story, written by Lolly Ward, and Directed by Brian Brophy Nov. 16. In 1960, young chess phenomenon Bobby Fischer travels…

Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Leads ‘Strong Schools for a Strong Economy’ Tour

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson launched a month-long statewide tour today highlighting innovative career technical programs that help prepare students for jobs in the 21st-century economy. Partnering with…

Lawsuit Filed Against Monrovia Business Over Handicapped Access

By Susan Motander The Copper Lamp and its property owners were served with a lawsuit this week alleging a violation of the Unruh act. This act is the California equivalent…