Articles by Joe Cina

City of Glendora Chief of Police Announces Retirement

After nearly 35 years of service with the City of Glendora, 34 years in the Glendora Police Department, Chief of Police Matthew Egan has announced his retirement from law enforcement.  His last day in office will be May 24, 2024. 


The Glendora Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Glendora resident Dr. Cliff Hamlow has been selected as the 2023 Glendora Citizen of the Year. Cliff will be honored at the 74th Glendora Citizen of the Year Banquet on Thursday, April 18th, 2024, at the Glendora Country Club.

Shepherd’s Pantry Presents “Breakfast of Champions to End Hunger”

Shepherd’s Pantry is presenting the first annual “Breakfast of Champions to End Hunger” on Friday, September 29 at the Glendora County Club. The event provides an opportunity to bring together community’s leaders, supporters, and businesses to hear more about the work Shepherd’s Pantry does and the ways all can continue to help meet the needs of those facing food insecurity and struggling to make ends meet.

First Christian Church Public Art Launch

The Glendora Chamber of Commerce was pleased to help First Christian Church and its Art Academy with their public art launch that will be done on the bell tower and throughout the exterior of the church building in the coming months.

Glendora Unified School District Community Update

Linked below is the second GUSD Community Update. Please take a few minutes to flip through the pages and learn more about the Glendora Unified School District and some of its unique programs and initiatives. 

At Citrus College, GHS Students Earn College Credit

In Glendora, dual enrollment – via the College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) partnership – has been a popular option for students. During the 2021-2022 academic year, the Glendora Unified School District offered five dual enrollment sections that enrolled nearly 100 students. This academic year, the district is expected to expand its dual enrollment offerings to 12.