San Gabriel Valley Tribune
|Owner(s)||Digital First Media|
|Headquarters||605 E Huntington Dr Ste 100 Monrovia, California 91016|
|Sister newspapers||Pasadena Star-News and the Whittier Daily News|
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. It is also part of the San Gabriel Valley Newspaper Group, along with the Pasadena Star-News and the Whittier Daily News.
The San Gabriel Valley Tribune was launched on March 21, 1955 in West Covina, California. Before the launching, readers had to read community weeklies. The newspaper was founded by Carl Miller, his brother A.Q. Miller and Corwin Hoffland. Today, the newspaper moved its operations to Monrovia, after 60 years at the West Covina location. With the daily local news coverage which includes city government, public education, public safety, transportation issues, entertainment, lifestyle, and editorials. The newspaper received a number of awards include best in front page category from the California Newspaper Publishers Association among suburban area dailies. It publishes the annual So Cal Prep Legends high school football magazine with coverage from the San Fernando Valley, the San Gabriel/Pomona Valleys, the Whittier area, the South Bay, Long Beach/Gateway Cities, Orange County, western and central Riverside County and San Bernardino Valley, published in late August. The annual San Gabriel Valley's Best magazine, which publishes in late May, honors the best people, places to shop, eateries, and services in the region.
Coverage area for the San Gabriel Valley Tribune includes the cities of Alhambra, Azusa, Baldwin Park, Covina, Duarte, Diamond Bar, El Monte, Glendora, Industry, Irwindale, La Puente, Monrovia, Montebello, Monterey Park, Rosemead, San Gabriel, South El Monte, Temple City, Walnut and West Covina, and the unincorporated communities of Bassett, Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights and Valinda.
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