Monica Rodriguez, L.A. Daily News

Monica Rodriguez

L.A. Daily News

Pomona, CA, United States

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  • L.A. Daily News
  • The Sun
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • O.C. Register
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • Daily Bulletin
  • SGV Tribune
  • Pasadena Star News

Past articles by Monica:

Prop. 19 will raise needed tax revenue: Monica Rodriguez

We must have creative solutions right now and Prop. 19 is coming at a time when we are in desperate need of new revenue streams and it is coupled with providing some housing relief to many of our v… → Read More

Colleges must evolve to meet the needs of students, says La Sierra University president

Challenges come with opportunities to transform higher education and provide students the skills needed to succeed in a changing world. → Read More

Rose Parade 2020: These marching bands are always in step

Bands from across the nation and beyond will bring one-of-a-kind musical styles to Pasadena for New Year’s Day. → Read More

Mount up for the Rose Parade: Equestrians are ready for New Year’s Day – Daily News

Horses of all types and mounts representing various riding styles have been a staple of every Tournament of Roses Parade — and the 2020 procession will be no different. → Read More

Rose Tournament President Laura Farber puts spotlight on unity and diversity

In the last 130 years, the word “hope” has never been part of the Tournament of Roses Parade theme — until now. → Read More

These college students are making a difference in Riverside — and around the world

At California Baptist University and La Sierra University, education also includes transforming lives here, there and everywhere. → Read More

Riverside’s nascent Innovation District offers a preview of the city’s future – San Bernardino Sun

Initiative promises clean tech jobs, new dining and entertainment options and more. → Read More

Where to explore the Great Outdoors — right here in Riverside

Get away from it all without leaving the city by visiting these 3 iconic open spaces: Mount Rubidoux, Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park and California Citrus State Historic Park → Read More

Rose Parade 2019: For the Norton Simon Museum, it’s the ultimate photo bomb – Orange County Register

As TV cameras capture the start of the annual New Year’s Day procession, the sight of the building’s exterior reaches a global audience. → Read More

Working to fix every defective airbag in Southern California

Each of us has a stake in the safety of our community, and each of us has a role to play in helping prevent another potentially deadly airbag incident → Read More

Michael Olivieri appointed Pomona police chief

Michael Olivieri, who has served as interim chief of the Pomona Police Department since December, was appointed permanently this week. → Read More

Pomonans celebrate start of restoration of former Pomona Valley YMCA

About 200 people gathered outside the old home of the Pomona Valley YMCA to celebrate the start of the renovation and restoration of the building listed on the National Register of Historic Places. → Read More

Pomona public invited to ground breaking ceremony for old Pomona Valley YMCA building

Members of the public are invited to gather at the historic Pomona Valley YMCA building Wednesday, Feb. 21 for a short groundbreaking ceremony where plans for the structure will be unveiled. → Read More

All things Route 66 will be celebrated at 2018 LA County Fair in Pomona

Visitors to the fair will find exhibits that retrace the path of Route 66 and the iconic attractions that travelers once found along the way – neon signs, unconventionally designed motels and plent… → Read More

Pomona resident, World War II veteran documented war with a box camera

As a young man, Jack H. Reeves was drafted into the U.S. Army and sent to Europe where he lived through the violence of World War II. On Jan. 6, Reeves, 93, died at his home in Rancho Cucamonga. → Read More

Pomona puts process seeking proposal for city attorney services on hold

City Council members voted Monday night to postpone the matter on a 5-2 vote. The two votes in opposition were cast by Mayor Tim Sandoval and Councilman Rubio Gonzalez. → Read More

Pomona puts process seeking proposal for city attorney services on hold

City Council members voted Monday night to postpone the matter on a 5-2 vote. The two votes in opposition were cast by Mayor Tim Sandoval and Councilman Rubio Gonzalez. → Read More

Fontana woman nearing trial in 60 Freeway wrong-way, DUI crash that killed 6

The case of a Fontana woman accused of driving drunk and the wrong way on the 60 Freeway nearly four years ago and causing a crash that resulted in the death of six people is getting closer to tria… → Read More

Police investigating vandalism at Pomona elementary school

Pomona Unified School District personnel were cleaning up Tuesday after two preschool classrooms at Madison Elementary School were vandalized and burglarized Sunday evening. → Read More

In spite of delays, Pomona continues working towards creation of homeless shelter

Delays associated with demolition work and changes in designs could slow the opening of Pomona’s year-round emergency shelter and centralized service center for those who are homeless until J… → Read More