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Resident and Police Chief Address Recent Arcadia School Lockdowns
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Resident and Police Chief Address Recent Arcadia School Lockdowns

By Terry Miller During City Council’s public comment period on Tuesday, resident David Fong described, in detail, a recent incident in which Highland Oaks School was put on lockdown while Arcadia Police searched for suspects in a residential robbery. Fong’s wife, a teacher at Highland Oaks, said the children were safe but Fong insisted that…

Arcadia City Council Looks Forward to Unity
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Arcadia City Council Looks Forward to Unity

By Terry Miller While the recent contentious election and disturbing council meeting were fresh on the minds of many Arcadia residents and councilmembers, it appears that the issues that have divided the community may soon be ancient history. During a very relaxed and sparsely attended meeting Tuesday, a few members of the public spoke on…

Arcadia’s Arroyo Pacific Academy Celebrates Grand Opening of New Campus
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Arcadia’s Arroyo Pacific Academy Celebrates Grand Opening of New Campus

Dedicated and passionate teachers, excellent new learning environment, outstanding educational opportunities, and more are all within walking distance from the Arcadia Metro Station and Transit Plaza. Established in 1998 by Philip Clarke, Arroyo Pacific Academy is a private, independent, coeducational, college preparatory secondary school. Arroyo Pacific Academy celebrated its 20th anniversary with a Grand Opening…

Peter Amundson Elected Mayor, Sho Tay New Mayor Pro Tem
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Peter Amundson Elected Mayor, Sho Tay New Mayor Pro Tem

  Tom Beck thanked for his year of service. Photos and Video by Terry Miller By Daniel Garay Tuesday night marked the end of former Mayor Tom Beck’s one-year term. In the midst of ceremony and speeches, the City Council elected a new mayor. Outgoing Mayor Tom Beck nominated experienced Arcadian Peter Amundson to take…

Inaugural Patriotic Parade in Arcadia Draws Hundreds of Spectators
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Inaugural Patriotic Parade in Arcadia Draws Hundreds of Spectators

Hundreds lined the rather hot First Ave Saturday morning to witness the first Arcadia Patriotic Parade. From Council members to state assemblyman and Rose Queens past, present and future. At the end of the parade there was a family festival featuring booths and the ever-popular mobile food trucks including the famous Grilled Cheese Truck. Photos…

Arcadia Sends in the Cavalry
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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…