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Volunteers donate goods for military families

Donations to resupply food and necessities for Marine Corps families located in the 29 Palms Marine Corps Base came in on Saturday at the San Dimas Masonic Lodge.

Affordable housing is coming to La Verne in 2023

Brandywine Homes began work on Verdana II, a new moderate-income housing complex in La Verne that will have eight two-story, detached single-family houses in June 2022. This restricted program will be available to people with a maximum household income of $109,000.

Grow L.A. Vegetable Gardening Initiative hosts classes at Fairplex

Jeff Warner, master gardener with the Grow L.A. Vegetable Gardening Initiative, instructs students at the Grow L.A. vegetable gardening class at the Fairplex on Sunday.

Mayor Hepburn announces upcoming City of La Verne projects

The city of La Verne and the La Verne Chamber of Commerce conducted the annual State of the City address to celebrate the City's successes in 2022 and hear about the City's vision for 2023 from Mayor Tim Hepburn.

Accident tangles downtown traffic

Emergency workers clean up after a three-car collision Monday afternoon on the corner of Bonita Avenue and D Street in downtown La Verne.

Classics cruise into downtown La Verne

Vintage car owner Richard Wilk shows off his 1956 Ford F100 Truck at the Cruisin’ La Verne Holiday Car Show on Nov. 19 in downtown La Verne. The annual event drew hundreds of classic car enthusiasts to the downtown area to kick off the city’s holiday celebrations.

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