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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…

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…

DUI Crackdown by Law Enforcement Across the State Through Jan.1

In an effort to stem the rise in impaired driving crashes traditionally seen around the holiday period, the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) announced the start of the December…

City of Torrance Honors Louis Zamperini with Rose Float

City of Torrance Honors Louis Zamperini with Rose Float

Tournament of Roses Honors Zamperini in a Car That Belonged to Joseph Stalin The inspirational life story and recent passing of the City of Torrance’s hometown American hero, Louis Zamperini,…

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…

Arroyo Seco Foundation (ASF) and the Pasadena Audubon Society to File Suit on Environmental Impact of Plans to Scour Basin Behind Devil’s Gate Dam in Hahamongna

Arroyo Seco Foundation (ASF) and the Pasadena Audubon Society to File Suit on Environmental Impact of Plans to Scour Basin Behind Devil’s Gate Dam in Hahamongna

Representatives of the Arroyo Seco Foundation (ASF) and the Pasadena Audubon Society (PAS) say they are filing a lawsuit challenging the LA County Flood Control District’s program to scour the…

Man Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison for Military Reservist’s Death

A man has been sentenced to seven years in state prison for last year’s fatal beating of a military reservist in Old Town Pasadena, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s…

Pasadena Sandwich Company, Pasadena Fire and PUSD help feed over 300 on Thanksgiving

Pasadena Sandwich Company, Pasadena Fire and PUSD help feed over 300 on Thanksgiving

By Terry Miller The pace was brisk and the enthusiasm enormous at Pasadena Sandwich Company the Wednesday afternoon before Thanksgiving. The reason: The Fink Family and volunteers from the Fire…

Tournament of Roses Celebrates 126th Rose Parade Theme “Inspiring Stories” With New Social Media Campaign

Share a personal inspiring story using #RoseParade #Inspiring and enter to win a trip for two to America’s New Year’s Celebration The Tournament of Roses has officially launched its #RoseParade…

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