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E-Waste Drive to Benefit AHS Baseball Team

Arcadia High School Baseball in conjunction with the Environmental Club will be conducting an E-Waste collection fundraiser at Arcadia High School in the football stadium parking lot on Campus Drive on January 9, 2009 from 9 am to 1 pm. This is a perfect opportunity for our community members to get rid of the electronic…

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KOOZA Comes to Irvine

Cirque du Solei is a cornucopia of sights and sounds, where gymnastics, contemporary dance, drama theater, circus performers and live music all meet beneath a giant traveling Grand Chapiteau (big top). It is a place where a sports fan and a ballet aficionado can take granny and the kids, and all can a have a…

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Police Blotters

Arcadia PD For the period of Sunday, December 20, through Saturday, December 26, the Police Department responded to 859 calls for service of which 142 required formal investigations.  The following is a summary report of the major incidents handled by the Department during this period. Sunday, December 20: 1. Around 1:55 a.m., an automated license…

Looking Ahead:Design Trends to Watch in 2010
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Looking Ahead:Design Trends to Watch in 2010

This week, I am dusting off my crystal ball and peering deep into 2010 to see what design trends this New Year will bring us. What does it reveal? With a crazy economic climate, a desire to live green and the yearning to look to the past for simpler times, the design world will follow…

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Two Temple City Residents Arrested for Pimping and Pandering

  $2 Million Bail Set – Prostitution Ring was in Pasadena and Irvine On December 16, 2009 members of the Pasadena Police Department’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) and the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) completed a two year investigation culminating in the arrest of six people involved in elaborate prostitution ring. An anonymous…

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Two Temple City Residents Arrested for Pimping and Pandering

  $2 Million Bail Set – Prostitution Ring was in Pasadena and Irvine On December 16, 2009 members of the Pasadena Police Department’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) and the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) completed a two year investigation culminating in the arrest of six people involved in elaborate prostitution ring. An anonymous…

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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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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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