Tag: Arcadia

Arcadia Falls to CV 28-49, Finishes Third in Pacific League
Sports

Arcadia Falls to CV 28-49, Finishes Third in Pacific League

  By Christian Romo Despite a career night from Arcadia Senior Raeshawn Roland (6), the Apaches couldn’t stop the rival Falcons in a title-deciding season finale. Winning the Pacific League title for the second time in three years, the visiting Crescenta Valley Falcons (9-1, 6-0 in league) beat the Arcadia Apaches (8-2, 4-2) 49-28 Friday…

Announcing Future Home of Live Oak Library in Arcadia
Community

Announcing Future Home of Live Oak Library in Arcadia

  Supervisor Antonovich joined Library Director Skye Patrick and residents of the surrounding communities to announce the future home of the Live Oak Library Wednesday morning. The Live Oak Library will receive a new home after 70 years at its current location. The growth of the community has surpassed the library’s capacity and space. The…

Arcadia’s Bond Rating Raised to Highest Possible AAA Rating
Business, News

Arcadia’s Bond Rating Raised to Highest Possible AAA Rating

  The City of Arcadia has secured the coveted AAA bond rating from Standard & Poor’s (S&P) with the outlook for the City as “stable.” The rating increase from AA+ to the highest rating of AAA is a reflection of Arcadia’s strong economy, budgetary performance and flexibility, and liquidity, but namely strong management, and solid…

Local Car Wash Offers Free Gold Line Construction Viewing
News

Local Car Wash Offers Free Gold Line Construction Viewing

Cleanliness is next to Gold Line Mess We’ve always loved George Fasching’s car wash in Arcadia. The owner, for whom the business is named, George Fasching, is an institution in Arcadia. Civic pride and spirit of volunteerism is and always has been an immense part of Fasching’s life. One of the preeminent things about not…

Cal Phil Supporters Protest Arboretum Foundation’s Decision
Arts & Entertainment, Featured

Cal Phil Supporters Protest Arboretum Foundation’s Decision

Approximately 50 musicians, supporters and friends of Cal Philharmonic made their voices heard Saturday morning waving placards and other signs showing their collective disapproval of the decision The Arboretum Foundation has made in selecting Pasadena Pops over Cal Phil for the 2012 Summer Concert series. Cal Phil directors held a press conference describing their confusion…

Arcadia Sends in the Cavalry
Featured, News

Arcadia Sends in the Cavalry

Increased Mounted Patrols Follow Rash of Purse Snatchings Lieutenant Bob Anderson and Agent Bruce Smith held a meeting with Asian Business owners at First Bank on Duarte Road. The meeting was held at the request of council candidate Sho Tay after a recent rash of robberies at Presidents Square Shopping Center. Arcadia Police officer, Agent…

Arcadia Girls Bring Home the Gold
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Arcadia Girls Bring Home the Gold

The Arcadia Girl’s Softball Association’s team for girls aged 12 and under brought home the gold this year from the Junior Olympic State Championship in San Diego. Throughout the competition, the team allowed only five total runs scored against them, going undefeated all the way through the championship round. The Junior Olympics, held each year,…

Arboretum Appoints Richard Schulhof as CEO
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Arboretum Appoints Richard Schulhof as CEO

In this April 2009 video, Richard Schulhof, then Deputy Director of the Arnold Arboretum at Harvard University, in Cambridge, MA, talks about what he does, his educational and professional background, and his favorite parts of his job. – Video provided by the Center for Public Horticulture at UD.

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