Month: December, 2017

Monrovia Firefighter Strike-Teams Return from Statewide Fires
News

Monrovia Firefighter Strike-Teams Return from Statewide Fires

By Susan Motander Since Dec. 4th, Monrovia firefighters have been battling the various fires throughout the state.  Some have returned, but the Office of Emergency Services (OES) engine along with Battalion Chief Chris Fabrizio, Captain Scott Brannigan, Engineer Tino Buccola, Firefighter Paramedic Curtis Edgley and Firefighter Nicholas La Croix are still on the scene at the Thomas…

Arcadia Apaches Soccer Begins League Action
Sports

Arcadia Apaches Soccer Begins League Action

By Spencer Stueve League play begins early in boys soccer in Southern California, and the Arcadia Apaches, like teams everywhere, are hoping this is their year.  Arcadia High soccer began Pacific League play on December 5 on the road at John Muir High School.  The Apaches came out on top 2-1 and began league action…

Dog Haus Gives Back to No Kid Hungry
Dining Delights

Dog Haus Gives Back to No Kid Hungry

America’s top chefs partner to help fight childhood hunger Dog Haus, the critically acclaimed gourmet hot dog, sausage and burger concept, announced today its pledge to help fight childhood hunger through a year-long collaborative chef series in partnership with No Kid Hungry which launches on January 1, 2018. Dog Haus has enlisted eight nationally celebrated chefs representing regions…

Career Corner: Laid Off Just in Time for the Holidays
Columns

Career Corner: Laid Off Just in Time for the Holidays

By Angela Copeland I hate to admit this. I have seen more people let go this holiday season than in years past. It’s a sad and stressful situation. As employers approach the end of the year, they reevaluated their priorities and made business decisions to reorganize. The shift in structure left many people without a…

Arcadia PD Urges Residents to Report Suspicious Activity
Community

Arcadia PD Urges Residents to Report Suspicious Activity

The Arcadia Police Department serves a population of approximately 57,000+ residents, numerous business and commercial locations, all within about 11 square miles. More often than not, residents and visitors serve as the eyes and ears for our Dispatchers and Police Officers. Having a large residential community, it is not surprising that some of our most…

Arcadia Police Seeking Armed Robbery Suspects
News

Arcadia Police Seeking Armed Robbery Suspects

On Sunday night around 7:30, Arcadia police responded to the 500 block of East Live Oak for a report of a liquor store robbery. Two suspects, one of whom was armed with a handgun, according to Arcadia PD’s Lt. Roy Nakamura, made off with an undisclosed amount of cash and lottery tickets – ‘scratchers’- from…

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