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The San Gabriel Valley Tribune is a paid daily newspaper located in Monrovia, California, that serves the central and eastern San Gabriel Valley. It operated at the West Covina location from 1955 to 2015. The Tribune is a member of Southern California News Group  (formerly the Los Angeles Newspaper Group ), a division of Digital First Media.
This is a list of newspapers in California actively being published daily and non-daily. There were over 1,300 newspapers published in California at the beginning of 2020.  Contents 1 Daily Newspapers 2 Non-Daily Newspapers 3 Defunct Newspapers 4 See also 5 References 5.1 Archival collections Daily Newspapers [ edit] Non-Daily Newspapers [ edit]
Originally named the San Gabriel Valley News Group (SGVN), the organization was formed as an umbrella name for MediaNews Group -operated newspapers in the Los Angeles area. SGVN began when MediaNews Group purchased the Pasadena Star-News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, and Whittier Daily News from Thomson Corporation in 1996.
Fire destroyed the roof and much of the interior of the church at the San Gabriel Mission in 2020. (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times) A man accused of setting a fire that severely damaged the...
Monrovia is a city in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County, California, United States. The population was 37,931 at the 2020 census.  Monrovia has been used for filming TV shows, movies and commercials. History [ edit] Monrovia, 1886 (Myrtle Avenue, looking north)
The San Gabriel Valley ( Spanish: Valle de San Gabriel ), often referred to by its initials as S.G.V., is one of the principal valleys of Southern California, lying immediately to the east of the eastern city limits of the city of Los Angeles and occupying the vast majority of the eastern part of Los Angeles County, California.