Sandra T. Molina, Whittier Daily News

Sandra T. Molina

Whittier Daily News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Sandra:

Whittier’s newest bar is called Grub Burger Bar; find out what it serves (besides burgers)

This is the chain’s second location in California, with the other in San Diego → Read More

Rolling Hills city manager resigns for new post in Santa Fe Springs

Raymond Cruz, who worked previously in Carson and Glendale, has served as the city’s top administrator for more than four years. → Read More

Under fire for anti-military rant, Pico Rivera Councilman Gregory Salcido says he’s not resigning

About 300 people attended the City Council meeting. → Read More

Death penalty sought for accused killer of Whittier Police Officer Keith Boyer

Officials believe Mejia fatally shot Whittier police Officer Keith Boyer when he responded to the scene of a car crash at Colima Road and Mar Vista Street on Feb. 20, 2017. → Read More

Get out your flannel: ’90s themed Valentine’s dance Sunday in Uptown Whittier

Memories Swing Dance, 12901 Philadelphia St., is hosting “Back to the ’90s Valentine’s Dance” from 2 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Activities will include a lip sync battle, dance performances and a free swing dance lesson at 2:30 p.m. There will also be a ’90s costume contest. Online tickets are $6 at and $9 at the door. Free admission for children. → Read More

What was so special about the first baby born in Beverly Hospital’s renovated maternity ward – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

At 6 pounds, 6 ounces, Cassie Marie Culver was the first baby born in the hospital’s maternity ward. → Read More

Pasadena motel fire prompts local girl to come running — with cookies – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

No one was injured in the commercial fire. → Read More

Santa Fe Springs hires new city manager, only its sixth in 61 years

Raymond R. Cruz has 31 years of experience in city government. → Read More

Memorial concert for fallen Whittier police officer Keith Boyer scheduled, volunteers needed

Whittier police Officer Keith Boyer was killed in the line of duty Feb. 20, 2017 → Read More

El Rancho High School teacher put on administrative leave following anti-military tirade

Here’s what the school district is doing in light of videos that surfaced Friday, showing the teacher disparaging students who would want to go into the military. → Read More

Pico Rivera councilman and El Rancho High teacher Gregory Salcido caught on video degrading military

Salcido has been reprimanded previously by the school district → Read More

Services set for former Bell Gardens Assistant City Manager John Oropeza

John Oropeza was a longtime Whittier resident. → Read More

Pico Rivera will celebrate 60th anniversary with free event

Visitors will be taken back more than 150 years to the 1880s and the birth of the Rivera and Pico communities through re-enactors, historical artifact displays and a tour of the museum. → Read More

Donkey leads goats, sheep to temporary freedom in West Covina

The owner was contacted, and he helped in herding the animals back to his residence. → Read More

Whittier police arrest driver on suspicion of possessing ammo and meth

Police also recovered a single dollar bill. → Read More

Toys ‘R’ Us casualties include West Covina and Puente Hills stores

” The fact that they have gone this long is a bit of a shock to me.” → Read More

Marilynn Keith Hofstetter, Whittier’s first female mayor, dies at age 86

Hofstetter was a staunch advocate of women’s rights, family and colleagues said. → Read More

Couple in stolen U-Haul truck incident in Montebello sentenced to prison

A man and woman who led police on a lengthy pursuit and subsequent standoff that ended with a hug and a kiss earlier this month were sentenced to prison Friday, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said in a statement. Trisha Marie Martinez, 24, pleaded no contest to three counts of driving or taking a vehicle without consent; fleeing a pursuing peace officer’s motor vehicle while… → Read More

How to get free tax prep in Whittier (if your family made $54K or less)

Rio Hondo College students are IRS-certified to help. → Read More

Six arrested on suspicion of drug, gun possession in Whittier and Santa Fe Springs

They were taken into custody during parole and compliance checks. → Read More