Robert Morales, SGV Tribune

Robert Morales

SGV Tribune

Long Beach, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Robert:

Photos: Train rides, Santa Claus and musical performances are a hit at Baldwin Park tree-lighting

Baldwin Park Mayor Emmanuel J. Estrada referred to the ceremony as a ‘time-honored community tradition.’ → Read More

La Puente homeless population being helped by some real PROS from the city

The acronym stands for Programs Re-employment Outreach Services and a big part of what it does is take homeless off the streets, help individuals get into rehab, get them employed and into more per… → Read More

Photos: Holiday tree-lighting ceremony in Duarte brings early cheer

There was holiday entertainment, musical performances and light refreshments at the Civic Center event. → Read More

Parks After Dark Winter Wonderland events begin two-week run Friday at LA County parks

Snow will be brought in for sled rides and snow play; there will also be holiday crafts, hot cocoa stations, food and toy giveaways from Mattel Inc. → Read More

Polynesian dancers, Santa Claus will highlight Baldwin Park tree-lighting Thursday

The event will take place at the Morgan Park Cesar E. Chavez Amphitheater on Baldwin Park Blvd. → Read More

PopRock Academy performers will headline Alhambra tree-lighting ceremony this Friday

Children ranging from 7 years old to early teens will dance and perform hit songs and holiday tunes throughout the evening. → Read More

San Gabriel Valley Assemblyman Ed Chau stoked about Newsom’s decision to make him a judge

Via email, he wrote in prideful tones about his nine years serving his constituents in 10 San Gabriel Valley cities. → Read More

City of Duarte to host holiday tree-lighting ceremony Wednesday at Civic Center

The event begins at 6:30 p.m. and will feature holiday entertainment, musical performances, crafts for kids and light refreshments. → Read More

West Covina gets in the spirit with three upcoming holiday events

The fun begins Sunday with the Pilipino Christmas celebration dubbed Paskong Pilipino 2021 at the Sportsplex. → Read More

Tickets for April’s ‘traditional’ Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach go on sale Monday, Nov. 29

The delayed 2021 race in September drew 180,000 fans over the three racing days under coronavirus mega-event protocols. → Read More

South Pasadena chamber hosting job fair, holiday tree/menorah lighting

The job fair will take place Nov. 30 at the South Pasadena Library, the tree/menorah lighting is on tap for Dec. 2 at the farmers market. → Read More

Street closures, parking restrictions for Sunday’s 89th Hollywood Christmas Parade

The parade, which did not run in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic, begins at 6 p.m. on Hollywood Blvd. → Read More

Emanate Health Queen of the Valley again honored by American Heart Association

It’s the seventh consecutive year the hospital has received the award for quality care for stroke victims. → Read More

Hollywood Christmas Parade back Sunday after 1-year pandemic hiatus

The only other time the parade, which began in 1928, was not held was during World War II from 1942-44. → Read More

Homelessness tugs at heartstrings of Family Promise SGV and its contributing partners

The local non-profit, an arm of a national organization, on Dec. 5 will hold a 10-year anniversary celebration of the first family it sheltered. → Read More

Baldwin Park celebrates opening of Esperanza Villa, a village of tiny dwellings for homeless

The tiny homes will be used for bridge housing for about three months for unsheltered residents on their way to more permanent housing. → Read More

Alhambra Teachers Association food pantry gets big LIFT from special young adults

LIFT is a special-education program for young adults ages 18-22 that helps them with basic life and job skills. → Read More

Mountain View School District superintendent Lillian Maldonado French retiring

French, who has been at the helm for the past 12 1/2 years, said the needs of her family require her full attention. → Read More

Mom tearfully pleas for apprehension of son’s killer in Hacienda Heights shooting

The area in Hacienda Heights in which Alfonso Guzman Jr. was murdered is a scenic spot where people go to view the lights of the San Gabriel Valley. → Read More

Alhambra entities join forces for Spark of Love Toy Drive

There are nine locations around the city where donation boxes have been placed. → Read More