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Gold Line Bridge Wins Prestigious Recognition
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Gold Line Bridge Wins Prestigious Recognition

    By Terry Miller Last week the online architecture site ArchDaily released its Top 100 Projects of the last decade. The release of this prestigious list commemorated the site’s 10-year anniversary and was comprised of projects they felt were the most important and inspiring from around the world, over that period. After reviewing thousands of projects, ArchDaily selected the Gold Line…

Kathryn Barger Takes Early Lead in 5th District Race
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Kathryn Barger Takes Early Lead in 5th District Race

    Darrell Park Comes in Second Place By Terry Miller Michael Antonovich’s supervisorial seat may soon be transferred over to his former chief of staff, Kathryn Barger, who took in 77,131 votes in the primary held Tuesday, June 7. Darrell Park received the second-most votes in the primary, likely triggering a November run-off. According…

Arcadia One of Best Places to Live in California
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Arcadia One of Best Places to Live in California

      Arcadia Named One of the Best Places to Live in California by RentApplication.com The City of Arcadia was named as one of the best places to live in California by RentApplication.com, a cutting-edge online property management site. Ranked 19th among all communities in California, Arcadia was the only city awarded this honor…

City to Amend Sex Offender Registration
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City to Amend Sex Offender Registration

      By Katta Hules The city council has voted to introduce an amendment to the municipal sex offender registration. The introduced amendment would repeal part of the Arcadia Municipal Code to bring the city more in-line with recent state Supreme Court rulings. “As noted in the Staff Report, there are still state statutes…

Racing Walk of Fame Brings Out Racing Royalty
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Racing Walk of Fame Brings Out Racing Royalty

      By Terry Miller Arcadia Historical Society’s Thoroughbred Racing Walk of Champions held an induction ceremony at the Arboretum on May 24, honoring inductees from 2015 and 2016. Along with the two equine stars, jockey Chris McCarron, trainers Gary Jones, Ron McAnally, Mike Mitchell, and Mel Stute, and breeder/owner Buddy Johnston’s Old English…

Shooting at UCLA Kills Two
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Shooting at UCLA Kills Two

      The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus is in lockdown after a shooting, reported Wednesday morning, June 1. NBC News reported two dead referring to law enforcement sources and witnesses saw two stretchers enter the building. Latest reports talk about two dead. This is however unconfirmed. One TV station reported it…

Raising a Failing Preservation Grade
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Raising a Failing Preservation Grade

    By Katta Hules The Los Angeles Conservancy has given Arcadia a failing grade in historical preservation. The Conservancy, a non-profit working on preserving and revitalizing the cultural and architectural resources of Los Angeles County, gave Arcadia five out of 245 possible points for its efforts on its most recent report card. “In an…

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