News of the San Gabriel Valley since 1966.

Vandals Strike Savannah Memorial Park

Janice Wiggins White

September 29, 2013

Filed under Cities, News

Sometime around Labor Day vandals went into Savannah Memorial Park and stole the main Back Flow valve, leaving the cemetery without any water supple to its grounds.  With this heat, the grass and trees really showed the results... Read more »

Mountain View High School Partners With Latinas Guiding Latinas

Anne Donofrio-Holter

September 29, 2013

Filed under Cities, News, Schools

Mountain View High School has partnered with Latinas Guiding Latinas (LGL) de UCLA to provide college-focused mentoring for its students.  These services include weekly after school workshops that focus on college-related topics... Read more »

Mid Valley News End of Summer Football Top 10

Joe Torosian

September 29, 2013

Filed under Cities, Schools, The ' Mid ' Sports

1. Monrovia (3-0): Get tested this week against South Hills. 2. Arroyo (3-1): Among the elite in the Mid-Valley Division. 3. Rio Hondo Prep (3-1): Just doing what they always do, and more: win. 4. Baldwin Park (4-0): The Braves... Read more »

California Retired Teachers’ Association Legislative Advocate to Address Retired Teachers

Patricia Dietrich

September 28, 2013

Filed under Cities, News, Schools

Retired teachers in the California Retired Teachers’ Association #71 (CalRTA-SGV) are eagerly awaiting a legislative update from Legislative Advocate David L. Walrath, Sacramento. Walrath will particularly deal with the issues... Read more »

Amtrak Participates in “Hiring Our Heroes” Job Fair

Amtrak Media Relations

September 28, 2013

Filed under Cities, Events, Local Events, News

Amtrak has a long history of providing career opportunities to veterans as well as active military members and is participating in a "Hiring Our Heroes" job fair today at Los Angeles Union Station in partnership with the Los Angeles... Read more »

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September 28, 2013