Date: April 23rd, 2020

California Hospitals to Resume Procedures Delayed by COVID-19
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California Hospitals to Resume Procedures Delayed by COVID-19

State also announces plans to add at least an additional 80 testing sites, mainly in underserved communities; train up to 10,000 contact tracers On Wednesday, Governor Gavin Newsom announced plans to allow hospitals and health systems to resume delayed medical care for Californians – such as heart valve replacements, angioplasty and tumor removals, and key…

State Launches ‘Californians For All’ Website for Volunteers
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State Launches ‘Californians For All’ Website for Volunteers

Healthy Californians asked to help with the state’s response during COVID-19 With COVID-19 creating a critical need for community support and volunteers across the state, Governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday announced California Volunteers’ #CaliforniansForAll service initiative to connect Californians with safe volunteer opportunities and encourage those unable to physically volunteer to think creatively about ways…

Arcadia’s 2020 Senior of The Year Announced
Community

Arcadia’s 2020 Senior of The Year Announced

June Colman is the Arcadia 2020 Senior of The Year. Over the past 20 years Colman has volunteered for the Friends of the Library and has run, single-handedly, the volunteer program that runs the Friends Bookstore. Without Colman’s tireless efforts, the Library and the community would see fewer collections, services, and programs. Colman’s quiet perseverance…

Arcadia Crime Blotters: April 12–18
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Arcadia Crime Blotters: April 12–18

April 12 Shortly before 2:26 a.m., officers responded to European Motorworks, located at 86 W. Live Oak Ave., regarding a possible commercial burglary in progress. Surveillance footage revealed two suspects stole tires, wheels, and a floor jack. The suspects, a 28-year-old male from Arcadia and a 29-year-old male from El Monte, were identified and released…

Despite Skyrocketing Consumption, Local News Struggles to Survive
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Despite Skyrocketing Consumption, Local News Struggles to Survive

Newspapers, up and down the state of California say they have become collateral damage from the state’s effort to rein in the gig economy. Combine that with drastic drops in advertising revenue, especially in smaller community newspapers; ever-increasing cost of printing and circulation costs, and the massive impact social media, and the internet in general,…

Face Time
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Face Time

People are finally wearing facemasks in public By Terry Miller Apple indeed has proved to be a little ahead of the curve, especially with their application known as FaceTime. Little did Tim Cook realize, however, just how important its name would become. From the beginning, the pandemic we know as COVID-19 has worried the world….

Free Food Resources for L.A. County Residents During Pandemic
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Free Food Resources for L.A. County Residents During Pandemic

An estimated 2 million people in Los Angeles County suffer from food-insecurity issues on an ongoing basis. That vulnerable community is sure to swell because of pandemic-related economic losses in the months to come. Los Angeles County is currently mobilizing a countywide response to hunger by coordinating public agencies, nonprofits, and volunteers to provide meals…

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