July 31, 1988 |
Racial conflicts between Asians and non-Asians in the San Gabriel Valley will become more frequent and severe if cities fail to begin offering significant social services, according to a United Way task force. A United Way study of the county's Asian communities concluded that racial tension is increasing in the San Gabriel Valley as immigrants continue to move into once-predominantly Anglo and Latino suburbs.
June 10, 1993 |
It's lunchtime at San Gabriel High School. Here are the Asian students, clustered on the grassy knoll. Over there are the Latino students, gathered around the cafeteria tables. There's little inter-ethnic mingling on this 3,232-student campus, where most of the student body is evenly split between Asians and Latinos. "I say 'hi' to them, but we stay to ourselves, that's just the way it is," says Angelica, 16, a Mexican-American clad in the teen grunge of flannel shirt and torn jeans.
May 30, 1993 |
Alhambra and San Gabriel school officials have reached a tentative agreement allowing San Gabriel high school students to attend Alhambra's schools next year as they have in the past. San Gabriel Supt. Gary Goodson said he and Alhambra Supt. Heber Meeks, along with a board member from each district, have come up with an agreement to pay for the education of 1,200 high school students from his district. The school board will vote on the agreement at their next meetings, Goodson said.
April 15, 1993 |
Many school districts in the San Gabriel Valley say they plan to launch emergency operating procedures if there are disturbances in their cities after the verdict in the Rodney G. King civil rights case. But barring an outbreak of violence in their neighborhoods, all school district officials in the region who were interviewed said they intend to keep schools open after the jury's decision is announced.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1995
South Pasadena's school board has placed on the Nov. 7 ballot a $28.7-million bond issue that would pay for campus repairs. The measure would require at least two-thirds voter approval. If it passes, property owners would pay an extra $62 a year in property taxes for every $100,000 in assessed value. The money would go to dozens of repairs in the South Pasadena Unified School District that were recommended by a task force in November, including maintenance to meet earthquake and building codes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 17, 2013 |
A 26-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of making phone threats last week against several schools and a hospital in the San Gabriel Valley, authorities said Tuesday evening. Gerardo Cortez, 26, was taken into custody around 4 p.m Tuesday as he was leaving his Monrovia home, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Authorities were searching Cortez's home Tuesday evening as his arrest was being announced at a news conference at the Sheriff's Department's headquarters in Monterey Park.