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When you step through the door of Oh One Eight Coffee, you’ll notice the origami butterflies, the brightly colored walls and the comfy seating arrangement at the front. This is the vision of L…

The world is growing at a rapid pace. According to the U.N.’s most recent estimate, 50 percent of the world’s 7.7 billion residents live in cities today, with that number expected to increase …

When thinking of long-standing competitive sports, fencing probably isn’t the first one to come to mind. However, the sport of fencing has been around since the 18th century. The sabre-only va…

From Pre-K to junior year, Scott Ledyard’s educators watched him grow into the talented, hardworking person he is today. And every one of them came together to congratulate him for his latest …

Local residents Elijah Judiscak and Alan Adams are the latest Eagle Scouts to emerge from Arcadia’s Boy Scout Troop 6.

The risk of motor vehicle crashes is higher among teens than any other age group. The summer, when kids are driving more because school is out, is an especially dangerous time.

I hope you’ve heard the exciting news – many states and some cities have updated their hiring laws. In many places, employers can no longer ask your current salary. And in others, the laws are…

For many people, June means we are that much closer to our anxiously anticipated summer vacation. For others, June means the end of a chapter and the beginning of a new journey. It’s graduatio…

All of us at Arcadia News would like to give a shout out to all the amazing mothers in our neighborhood and let our own moms know just how much we love them.

We all love our moms, of course, so Mother’s Day is prime time to shower her with gifts such as flowers, mimosas and breakfast in bed, right? Of course, she’d love those things, but how about …

You see them on the streets, in the grocery store, walking their dogs and playing on the playground. They seem innocent enough, until these women strap their skates on and head to the track… 

From Pre-K to junior year, Scott Ledyard’s educators watched him grow into the talented, hardworking person he is today. And every one of them came together to congratulate him for his latest …