ARCADIA – Oak Tree Racing is now underway at Hollywood Park, a fact that is still unsettling to many Arcadians, including its leaders. Arcadia Development Services Director Jason Kruckeberg last week hand delivered a letter and spoke before the California Horse Racing Board on behalf of the council to express statements of disapproval, like the those shared by Arcadia Councilman Bob Harbicht.
ALHAMBRA – Alhambra Councilman Steven T. Placido will lead Alhambra in putting the brakes on the California High Speed Rail Authority’s wish to complete Phase 2 of their project if the Authority’s current plans, to go through Alhambra, do not change.
ARCADIA , Calif. (Sept. 30, 2010)—Santa Anita officials announced on Tuesday that construction will begin on a new all-natural dirt main track on Oct. 11. Crews will begin removing the existing synthetic material at that time and it is estimated the track will be ready for training by Dec. 6, with Santa Anita’s traditional winter/spring meeting set to begin on Dec. 26....Read More
SHANGHAI, September 30, 2010 (AFP) – Shares in Chinese property developers soared Thursday as investors laid bets that the government’s latest attempt to cool the real estate market would be its last for a while....Read More
GENEVA, September 29, 2010 (AFP) – China won a rare victory at the World Trade Organization against the United States on Wednesday after an arbitration panel ruled that US restrictions on Chinese poultry imports are illegal....Read More
WASHINGTON, September 28, 2010 (AFP) – The United States should punish Chinese and Turkish firms reportedly providing Iran with refined petroleum products, two senior US senators urged Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday....Read More
The San Marino School Board unanimously approved a resolution on August 17 declaring Friday, September 24, 2010 as San Marino Tribune Day throughout the district, as Brenton Garen reports in this video.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY – Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich joined with local officials in praising a $155 million grant from the Federal Government for the Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System (LA-RICS)
WASHINGTON, September 27, 2010 (AFP) – US authorities on Monday confirmed that Taiwan’s China Airlines had agreed to pay a 40-million-dollar fine to end a probe into price fixing.
NEW YORK, September 24, 2010 (AFP) – US President Barack Obama declared Friday that Southeast Asia was becoming a positive leader on the world stage, as he convened the second US-ASEAN summit, focusing on security and economics.