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Assemblyman Adams Not Running for Re Election

  Citing the “outpouring of support” for him during the recent recall attempt, Assemblyman Anthony Adams said he is confident that he would have won a re-election bid in spite of that massive recall effort last year. In a statement Adams said: “The decision to leave the legislature was a difficult one as I have…

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Jason Lee to Run for Arcadia City Council

    Local Attorney Expresses Campaign Goals at Press Event Jason J. Lee, an Arcadia resident, announced at a press event on Friday, December 18th that he would be running for the Arcadia City Council in the upcoming April elections. Mr. Lee, attorney and founder of a law firm based in Pasadena, was supported at…

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New Year’s Eve Shooting Sends Duarte Man to Hospital

  A man in his 50’s was shot in the stomach Thursday morning in Duarte. The shot gun shooting took place around 6:45am on Highland Avenue in Duarte just north of the 210 Freeway. The man was transported to Huntington Memorial Trauma unit. A wide area had been contained by Temple Sheriff’s deputies and a…

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Police Make Changes to Overnight Parking Regulations

Effective January 15, 2010, the hours of restriction are being changed to prohibit parking on public streets without a permit between the hours of 2:30 am and 5:30 am. Vehicles parked without a permit on public streets during the restricted time may receive a parking citation. Applications for annual permits may be obtained from the…

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Unprecedented turnout for Foothill Unity Center Holiday Distribution

  Nearly 1,900 low-income families receive food boxes plus toys and gifts for 2,871 children More low-income families than ever before flocked to Ayres Hall at the Los Angeles County Arboretum in Arcadia today to take home generous holiday food boxes and gifts for their children at the annual Foothill Unity Center, Inc, Holiday Distribution….

Setting a New Standard for Real Estate Marketing Innovation
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Setting a New Standard for Real Estate Marketing Innovation

Sharon Chou of Century 21 Ludecke Recognized For Internet Marketing Excellence Nationally renowned real estate marketing and technology speaker and Realtor.com Vice President, Max Pigman, has presented to Sharon Chou of Century 21 Ludecke the “Real Estate Online Marketing Award of Excellence”. The Award of Excellence recognizes top agents who consistently provide great marketing services…

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Attorney Paul Cheng Announces City Council Candidacy

In a media event held on Saturday, December 12, Arcadia resident and attorney Paul Cheng announced his bid to run for the upcoming Arcadia City Council elections in April. Cheng, a resident of Arcadia for more than six years, says he is concerned about rising crime in Arcadia, and a lack of strict monitoring of…

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Longley Students Express Gratitude to Overseas Soldiers

Many of those who attended Longley Way Elementary School’s assembly on December 4 said they were moved by what they heard. The assembly was part of a service project in honor of Veteran’s Day, where the school hosted a collection drive throughout the month to donate to deployed troops, said Principal Sherrie DuFresne. All of…

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Man Murdered in One of Two Separate Shootings

A man was killed in one of two separate shootings in Monrovia on Tuesday evening.  A woman was also injured in the fatal shooting.  No one was hurt in the first incident. According to Monrovia Police Watch Commander Lt. Mike Lee there is no evidence that the two incidents are related in any way.  Since…

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Arcadia PD Sunday, November 22: Shortly after 2:30 a.m., a Monrovia police officer observed a speeding vehicle swerving in a traffic lane and conducted a traffic stop in the 2300 block of Santa Anita.  Arcadia police arrived at the scene and took over the investigation.  A 22-year-old female Caucasian driver was contacted and officers detected…

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