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November 13, 2013 | By Ari Bloomekatz
A woman found lifeless in a bedroom of her San Gabriel home appeared to have been "assaulted and asphyxiated," authorities said Wednesday. The 45-year-old woman was found by authorities at about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Friends who were concerned because they had not heard from her for several days notified police after they went to check on her, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. When deputies went to her home in the 500 block of East Valley Boulevard, they found her body.  The sheriff's department said there was no sign of forced entry and the investigation was ongoing.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 3, 2013 | By Frank Shyong
Chin Ho Liao, the second-highest vote-getter in last month's City Council election in San Gabriel, is suing the city after the incumbent council refused to seat him in order to investigate a resident's challenge of his residency.  Five candidates ran for three seats in the hotly contested March 5 election. Liao, Jason Pu and incumbent Mayor Kevin Sawkins garnered the most votes. Incumbents Mario De La Torre and David Gutierrez were defeated.  But resident Fred Paine filed a complaint accusing Liao of living outside the city limits.
NEWS
April 26, 1992
The San Gabriel Mission will have a gang and drug awareness event at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the mission, 537 W. Mission Drive. Participants will include representatives of the San Gabriel and Monterey Park police departments and the Temple City sheriff's station. The event is free and geared toward school-age children and their parents.
NEWS
November 19, 1992
The City Council, asked by the mayor of neighboring Alhambra to confirm San Gabriel's support of the proposed extension of the 710 Freeway through South Pasadena, unanimously endorsed the project Tuesday. The resolution updated the city's approval, last given by council vote in 1983. Councilwoman Mary Cammarano said completion of the freeway would improve traffic flow in San Gabriel and would reduce response time required by the Fire Department during rush hours.
NEWS
September 29, 1988
Five months have passed since the elections! San Gabriel city seems to be slowly listing! It appears to this observer that Greg O'Sullivan, chairman of Citizens for Responsible Development, seems to be manipulating some of the council members. He seems to be orchestrating the crowds at the council meetings. Mr. O'Sullivan, why don't you drop out of the picture and let your elected representatives do their work? JIM MASS San Gabriel
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 1995
Gone are the days when the monthly water bill was a drop in the bucket for Claremont and San Gabriel homeowners. Southern California Water Co., which serves about 21,000 customers in both cities, is seeking state approval to hike rates by more than 50% in Claremont and 36% in San Gabriel. Under the proposal, the average Claremont customer would pay an extra $13.49 per month next year. In San Gabriel, customers would pay an extra $3.88 per month next year.
NEWS
April 26, 1992
City officials are looking for applicants who would like to serve on three city commissions: Parks and Recreation, Civil Service, and Planning. In addition, candidates are being sought for the Design Review Committee of the Planning Commission. To apply, contact Tina Miller, City Hall, 532 W. Mission Drive, San Gabriel 91776, or phone (818) 308-2803.
NEWS
March 12, 1987
Ceremonies to raise a flag calling attention to U.S. servicemen still unaccounted for in Vietnam will be held at noon Saturday at San Gabriel City Hall. Participants will include Judie Mills Taber, California coordinator of an organization of families of missing servicemen, and Harry Jenkins, who was a prisoner of war in Vietnam.
NEWS
April 17, 1986
Janis Cohen, a member of the San Gabriel City Council for three years, Tuesday night was elected mayor by fellow council members. Michael Falabrino was elected mayor pro tem. Cohen, 42, employee relations manager for General Felt Co. in Los Angeles, was appointed to the council three years ago and elected to a four-year term last week.
NEWS
December 3, 1987
Ruth R. Wu of San Gabriel, dean of the School of Health and Human Services and professor of nursing at California State University, Los Angeles, has received the Hassenplug Award from the California Nursing Assn. for her contributions to education.
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