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The Alhambra Chamber of Commerce new CEO, John Bwarie
Updating your status from single to married may bring about sone unanticipated changed, including changes relating to your taxes. While wedding planners don’t typically use an IRS checklist, here are a few things to keep in mind when filing your first tax return as married couple.
The Academy program prepares the candidate to be hired on as an Alhambra firefighter
As more Gen Zers come of renting age, it’ll be interesting to see what trends they bring to the multifamily industry.
Most staffing agencies work to place skilled and experienced workers in professional jobs. Sandra Romero takes a different approach. South Bay Safety focuses on entry level employment, the all-important first jobs.
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Chris Lopez, development specialist at Community & Economic Development Los Angeles County Development Authority, will give a talk on "Small Business Financing."
Local charitable organizations and food banks, who serve low-income families in the San Gabriel Valley, will receive the donated turkeys.
Join your neighbors and city, county, state, and community leaders in celebrating the launch of construction of the Children's Center at the YMCA.
On Thursday, July 18, at the Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley, Panda Cares will host an exciting event for 400 club members and provide food and fun activities.
The annual Hallowscream costume contest and trick-or-treating, hosted by Downtown Alhambra, will be moved this year to join the Pumpkin Run Festival.
The Alhambra Chamber of Commerce's 115th Installation Dinner will install new officers and present the Outstanding Community Service Award and the Outstanding Business of the Year Award.
The free event will feature a vintage plan flyover, remembrance trees, essay contest display, and military a vehicle display.