- Business Advocacy
Since acquiring and redeveloping The Alhambra in 1999, The Ratkovich Company has demonstrated its ongoing commitment to providing tenants and the local community with a healthy, creative, environmentally conscious campus that ties into its mission to improve the overall quality of urban life.
It’s a fun and socially distanced club that meets twice a week through the beginning of November.
Alhambra Hospital Medical Center is one of only 51 hospitals in California to achieve an “A” for the third consecutive time.
The idea of Night Out is to build rapport and a sense of partnership, understanding, and trust between the city’s residents and their all-important first responders.
Several months ago, Viva's PopRice owner Viva Wu approached Andrew Luthi, Alhambra resident and owner of Ohana Brewing Company, and suggested the local tasting room and company store carry Viva’s products as pre-packaged snack items for Ohana customers.
Hospital awarded “A” for fall 2018 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Score.
Barbara Messina has devoted herself to the city and its residents, working to improve public safety, fighting to get the railroad tracks lowered between Alhambra and San Gabriel, improving recreational facilities, and expanding business and job opportunities all while ensuring a secure tax base and balanced city budget.
The St. Petersburg Men’s Ensemble is an independent group from Russia that was founded in 2003. The reason for its founding was the drive of its members to develop a new norm and new capabilities in the realization of artistic ideas, as well as expanding the limits of generally accepted perceptions on performing capabilities of singing groups and choirs.
All Souls World Language Catholic School has received a $5,000 STEM grant from the Toshiba America Foundation (TAF).