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Education Fall Guide 2014

Education Fall Guide 2014

Beacon Media’s 2014 Education Guide Featuring stories focused on today’s education and a comprehensive look at local education facilities, private and public. Tweet…

Confusion mounts regarding Judy Chu’s NRA proposal

Monrovia reaction mixed By Terry Miller What actually happened on 10-10-14 when President Obama took the stage with Judy Chu to declare parts of San Gabriel Mountains a National Monument?…

200 students and teachers evacuated after students release Pepper Spray at Canyon Oaks High

By Terry Miller Monrovia Firefighters evacuated buildings at Canyon High School as a precaution after some initially unknown substance caused students’ eyes to water in a chemistry lab on Monday…

Citrus College Confers Associate Degrees to Japanese American Students; one from Monrovia

Monrovian Toshio Asano finally received his Associate Degree from Citrus College Tuesday. Asano was one of thousands of students who was sent to internment camps during the anti-Japanese fear in…

CASA of Los Angeles’ “Day at the Races” raises $55,000

Glamour Gowns youth speaker Elizabeth posting with some sample gowns that will be provided to girls in foster care – Courtesy photo CASA of Los Angeles’ “Day at the Races,”…

Outdoor Watering Limited To One Day Per Week Starting Nov. 1 In Pasadena

As part of the City’s Level 1 Water Supply Shortage Plan now in effect, Pasadena property owners will be limited to watering outdoors one day per week, on Tuesday, Thursday…

Calendar! for Week of October 23-30

Editor’s Pick October 23 — El Cholo’s Annual Tequila Tasting Tour at Pasadena Paseo Colorado’s upper courtyard (260 E. Colorado Blvd.) from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sample dozens of…

Public Invited to Bullying Prevention Awareness Month Events October 2014

The public is encouraged to participate in a series of free educational events in Pasadena through Friday, October 24, 2014, to learn about the effects of bullying and preventive measures.…

Celebrate 120 years of Friends in Deed Nov 5

Pasadena of yore will come alive as Friends In Deed celebrates 120 years of bringing help and hope to those most in need with a Walk Through History led by…

Foothill Unity Center seeking turkeys, food, funds, volunteer time for Thanksgiving

Over 1,000 families will receive festive food boxes at November 24-25 distributions Foothill Unity Center is gearing up for its annual Thanksgiving food distribution in partnership with its eleven-city community.…

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