Taiwan youth delegates

Taiwan Youth Delegates Take A Peek Into San Marino

Some 16 youth ambassadors from Taiwan stopped by San Marino last Friday to learn a bit about how the City is run and how it compares with their native country. For many of the 19 to 29-year olds, it was their first trip to Southern California. Read More

Metro Gets $22 Million to Improve Two Stations

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Metro was awarded $22 million in federal grants today to improve amenities at a pair of Metro light rail stations, including building more sidewalks and bike lanes and installing street lighting. The Regional Connector’s future station at First Street and Central Avenue in Little Tokyo, will get $11.8 million from the […] Read More

Pasadena Part of Plan to Alleviate Homelessness

A coalition of businesses and foundations announced the awarding of nearly $213 million in grants to two dozen social service agencies in hopes of providing housing for at least 1,400 homeless people in the region for as long as 15 years. Read More

San Marino Rotary Welcomes Congresswoman Judy Chu

by Winston Chua San Marino Rotarians gathered for their weekly meeting this past Thursday, one that featured a presentation from Congresswoman Judy Chu, this city’s representative in the 27th Congressional District. After an introduction by Councilman Richard Sun, Congresswoman Chu lauded the San Marino club as “the only club that thought to honor” recently nominated […] Read More