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Arcadia Host Lions Club Celebrates 80th Year
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Arcadia Host Lions Club Celebrates 80th Year

  Arcadia Host Lions Club celebrated its 80th year of service with the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce Wednesday evening as a community event.  Arcadia Host Lions Club was founded Sept. 21, 1936 and has served the Arcadia community for 80 years through a variety of projects such as delivering American flags to school children, walk-a-thons, teacher back-to-school barbecue, children’s…

City Council Approves Changes to Zoning Code, General Plan
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City Council Approves Changes to Zoning Code, General Plan

  By Katta Hules This week the city council approved new changes to the General Plan and Zoning Code. Jason Kruckeberg Assistant City Manager/ Development Services Director called it, “the end of a very long and detailed process.” The process started in 2014 with the goal to “to comprehensively update it and modernize it to…

Monthly Highlight: Guiding Treatment of Advanced Breast Cancer Using Subtypes
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Monthly Highlight: Guiding Treatment of Advanced Breast Cancer Using Subtypes

  For patients with breast cancer, knowing whether the diagnosis is early stage or advanced is needed to help treat the disease. Vice-President and Chief Medical Officer for Georgia Cancer Specialists, Cheryl Jones, MD, has experience in treating patients with advanced breast cancer, an incurable but treatable disease, which comprises metastatic (stage IV) and locally advanced…

Calendar: Oct. 13 – Oct. 19
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Calendar: Oct. 13 – Oct. 19

Editor’s Pick Fall Pumpkin Decorating (Oct. 13 @ 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., Hastings Branch 3325 East Orange Grove Blvd.) Decorate or carve your very own pumpkin for fall. Pumpkins provided, while supplies last. Stickers, markers and other materials will be available, and carving tools will be provided for tweens, teens and those accompanied by…

Business Profile: Savor the Flavor
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Business Profile: Savor the Flavor

  By Emily Peters Sierra Madre’s Savor the Flavor is bringing the finest gourmet foods and gifts from around the world to the pantries of smalltown America. Established by Karen and Denis Keegan in 1998, this gourmet foods and specialty gift shop was born of their shared love of good food and entertaining. The shop…

They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?
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They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

  Iconic Track Photographer, Bill Mochon, Passes Away Bill Mochon would have been 75 years old on Columbus Day. His family , friends and photo colleagues held a party in his honor at the Frontrunner at Santa Anita Second Race Columbus Day named in His Honor By Terry Miller Local legendary horse-racing photographer Bill Mochon…

Do You Care About Real Estate?
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Do You Care About Real Estate?

  C.A.R. Releases 2017 California Housing Market Forecast The Arcadia Association of REALTORS® reports that following a dip in home sales in 2016, California’s housing market will post a nominal increase in 2017, as supply shortages and affordability constraints hamper market activity, according to the “2017 California Housing Market Forecast,” released last week by the…

Kid’s Night Out
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Kid’s Night Out

  Halloween Happenings Mini Festival! Join us at the Arcadia Community Center (365 Huntington Drive) for some sweet fun on Friday, Oct. 14. Kid’s Night Out provides kids a night of fun and play so mom and dad can enjoy an evening out or a quiet evening at home. The Arcadia Recreation staff and volunteers…

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