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Long Beach, CA, United States

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Past articles by Robert:

Inclusion, way-out vacations warm the heart of retiring Mt. SAC president Scroggins

He is a 1965 graduate of La Puente High School. → Read More

Election 2022: Trustee Area 4 seat up for grabs on Covina-Valley Unified board

Newcomer Simon Wright is challenging incumbent Gary C. Rodriguez for the seat. → Read More

Election 2022: 2 seats up for grabs in Alhambra Unified School District

Challenger Wen “Tony” Fan squares off with Robert Gin for the District 4 seat on the Alhambra Unified School District board in the Nov. 8 election. Gin has been on the board since 2002. The district also has a seat in District 5 up for grabs between Fred Chang and Bryan Kim. * Alhambra USD District 4 candidates Wen “Tony” Fan and Robert L. Gin. (Courtesy Photos) * Alhambra USD District 5… → Read More

Election 2022: Eight vie for three seats on Hacienda La Puente Unified board

Jeffrey De La Torre is the incumbent in District 5. De La Torre will be going up against Richard Bergeron and Tim Fox in Area 5. → Read More

Election 2022: Seven vie for two seats on West Covina City Council

Tony Wu is the incumbent in District 5. → Read More

El Monte Police Chief Ben Lowry dies at 45

Lowry was with the department for 20 years, and this year led the department after the shooting deaths of two officers. → Read More

Election 2022: In Baldwin Park, South El Monte, cannabis measures seek voter approval

Very few cities in the San Gabriel Valley have cannabis-related businesses. Measures in the two cities seek to change that. → Read More

Election 2022: Confident trio running for 2 seats on West Covina Unified school board

Two of the candidates are current board members. → Read More

Election 2022: Baldwin Park mayor, councilmembers challenged for seats

Two candidates are challenging Mayor Emmanuel J. Estrada and five are running for two City Council seats. → Read More

Old Azusa Schoolhouse — a relic of an era of segregation — takes a ride to Historic Row

The building was at times used to segregate students, as well as for segregated voting. Nevertheless, officials see it as reminder of how race played into the city’s history. But it was also … → Read More

Boys & Girls Clubs of West SGV, Eastside celebrates 50 years of humanitarianism

It has spent some $85 million on youth and their families over a half century. → Read More

Election 2022: Mayoral, City Council seats up for grabs in Azusa

The candidates are sounding off on a range of issues, from quality of life to homelessness. → Read More

Election 2022: Five candidates running for two seats on Alhambra City Council

The incumbents are Katherine Lee in District 1 and Adele Andrade-Stadler in District 5. → Read More

Election 2022: Five candidates running for two seats on Alhambra City Council

The incumbents are Katherine Lee in District 1 and Adele Andrade-Stadler in District 5. → Read More

This old Azusa schoolhouse is a relic of segregation; here’s why it’s about to take a ride

The structure is itself a history lesson, a reminder of segregation in the United States. Its new location is part of what the city plans on calling Azusa’s Historic Row. → Read More

A teachers strike looms larger as Covina-Valley Unified, teachers’ union spar over salary, benefits – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

If the sides don’t agree on a settlement, a strike by the Covina Unified Education Association could be next. → Read More

Baldwin Park just broke ground on its first urban bikeway, and it’ll even get you to an In-N-Out

The shared-use bike and pedestrian trail will connect users to city employment centers such as Kaiser Permanente and UPS Customer Center while generating less air and noise pollution than cars. → Read More

Charter Oak Unified District says students from other districts can enroll

Save for three exceptions, students from outside districts may enroll without an inter-district transfer application. → Read More

San Gabriel Valley Pride festival on tap for Oct. 16 in El Monte

Entertainment, food trucks, exhibits and a blessing of the animals are on tap at Tony Arceo Memorial Park. → Read More

Covina-Valley Unified hosting college and career fair at District Field

It will feature representation from over 50 colleges, trade schools and armed forces. → Read More