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Plastic Bag Manufacturers Buy Time as Bag Ban Is on Hold

On September 30 of this year, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 270, banning grocery and convenience stores from selling single-use plastic bags, but allowing the sale…

Tail of Two Councilmembers’ Opinions on Pasadena’s $6.5 Million Scandal

Tail of Two Councilmembers’ Opinions on Pasadena’s $6.5 Million Scandal

By Nick Kipley At last week’s meeting Council Member Terry Tornek had been particularly vocal about quickly getting to the bottom of the scandal. In a follow-up interview later on…

Police Chief Sanchez Looks Back 2014

Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez points out, in his weekly newsletter, that there have been significant increases in serious crimes but also some decreases: Statistics cited are as follows: –…

City Seeks Legal Action to Recover $6.4 Million in Its Biggest Scandal

By Terry Miller Mayor Bill Bogaard announced plans to file a civil lawsuit to recover funds lost in the $6.4 million embezzlement of the utility funds at this week’s City…

Colors in the Valley: Artistic Expressions of the San Gabriel Valley

By Ea Nicole Madrigal On a rainy Sunday afternoon, most people will stay inside the cozy comfort of their homes. However, last Sunday, there were some who braved the dreary…

Assistance League of Pasadena hosts Coffee and Informative Gathering

Assistance League of Pasadena, a nonprofit member volunteer organization that has been serving the community for over 75 years, is looking for volunteers who desire personal growth, leadership opportunities, and…

Children Enjoy an Early Hillsides Christmas at Pasadena Charity

Children Enjoy an Early Hillsides Christmas at Pasadena Charity

Christmas came early to Hillsides this year for the children who live in the Residential Treatment Services program as they celebrated the annual Hillsides Christmas celebration the morning of December…

Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight at The Pasadena Playhouse – A Fun and Engaging Spectacle for All Ages With Highly Talented Cast from Disney, American Idol, and So You Think You Can Dance

Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight at The Pasadena Playhouse – A Fun and Engaging Spectacle for All Ages With Highly Talented Cast from Disney, American Idol, and So You Think You Can Dance

By Jennifer Schlueter If you want to know how adult jokes about Victoria’s Secret models, Tinder, Friday-afternoon-405-traffic, Amazon Prime, waitresses/actresses, and Facebook can vamp up an antiquated Grimm fairytale, you…

Trainspotting in Arcadia – First Tests of Light Rail Between Pasadena and Azusa Start

Trainspotting in Arcadia – First Tests of Light Rail Between Pasadena and Azusa Start

By Terry Miller On Monday morning, Metro conducted the first of many clearance tests involving an actual Metro Gold Line train from Sierra Madre Villa to Azusa. The light rail…

Pasadena City College Foundation Awarded More Than $227,000 in Scholarships at December 3 Ceremony

The Pasadena City College (PCC) Foundation, the fifth-largest community college foundation in California, awarded more than $227,000 in scholarships to 230 PCC students during its annual scholarship awards ceremony. More…

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