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Lower Excise Tax Rate on Gasoline Starts July 1

Lower Excise Tax Rate on Gasoline Starts July 1

With the Fourth of July holiday on its way and summertime road trips on the minds of many California drivers, the California State Board of Equalization (BOE) announced today that…

New Health Inspection Pass / Fail Placards Debut In Pasadena

New Health Inspection Pass / Fail Placards Debut In Pasadena

New inspection placards for public display in Pasadena’s restaurants and other permanent food facilities will be issued by the City’s Public Health Department beginning July 1, 2014. The placards will…

Pasadena Chamber to Recognize Pasadena Federal Credit Union, Thorson Buick & GMC and William Opel at Inaugural Gala July 11th at the Westin Pasadena

Recognition given to corporate citizens and individuals for contributions to local community Thorson Buick & GMC and Pasadena Federal Credit Union will be recognized as Corporate Citizen of the Year…

NASA Sets New Dates, Media Coverage for Saucer-Shaped Test Vehicle Flight

NASA Sets New Dates, Media Coverage for Saucer-Shaped Test Vehicle Flight

–Courtesy photo NASA’s Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) project plans to fly its rocket-powered, saucer-shaped landing technology test vehicle into near-space from the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF) on…

Business Groups Urge Metro to Include Azusa to Claremont in Foothill Gold Line

Business Groups Urge Metro to Include Azusa to Claremont in Foothill Gold Line

–Photo by Terry Miller In a letter sent to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority today, the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership and thirteen chambers of commerce and organizations…

Assemblymember Holden Honors Monrovia Businesswoman

Assemblymember Holden Honors Monrovia Businesswoman

-Photo by Terry Miller A longtime Monrovia business has been named Small Business of the Year for the 41st Assembly District. At the California Small Business Day ceremony in Sacramento,…

Monrovia Lowers Film Fees in Effort to Be More Film-Friendly

Filming Fees lowered by 35% Monrovia City Council voted to approve the City’s fiscal year 2014-2015 budget last week. Within that budget, the Council voted to lower Monrovia filming fees…

Settlement Agreements Finalized in Kendrec Mcdade Lawsuits amount to over $1 Million

Settlement Agreements Finalized in Kendrec Mcdade Lawsuits amount to over $1 Million

An emotional rally outside city hall in April of 2012 saw from left: Joe Brown, then NAACP President for Pasadena; Anya Slaughter, Kendrec McDade’s mother; Caree Harper, Attorney and Kenneth…

Employers to Recruit Thousands at Annual El Monte Job Fair

City to Host One of the Largest Job Fairs in the San Gabriel Valley Calling all job seekers! Join the City of El Monte at the annual Free Job Fair…

The City Council approved a $55-million contract for the Glenarm Power Plant Repowering Project last week.

The City Council approved a $55-million contract for the Glenarm Power Plant Repowering Project last week.

Photo by Terry Miller The contract was awarded to ARB, Inc., which posted the lowest bid of $55,661,973. ARB will provide the design and construction of the project covering the…