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Madison to debate ACLU attorney on police oversight proposal

Madison to debate ACLU attorney on police oversight proposal

Pasadena City Council Member and Public Safety Committee Member Steve Madison and the Southern California ACLU’s Senior Staff Attorney Peter Bibring will debate a proposal for increased civilian oversight of…

Local Realtor lends a helping hand to special needs adults

Local Realtor lends a helping hand to special needs adults

-Courtesy photos By SHEL SEGAL No one ever said family had to be blood related. For brothers Roy and Robert Lewis of Monrovia, their family has come in the form…

The Wonderful Life of a Dying Tree

The Wonderful life of a Dying Tree This is the first 2014 program of our annual Twilight Program series. “Out of sight, out of mind” aptly and unfortunately describes the…

Violent Street Gang Charged With Narcotics and Weapons Violations In “Operation Thumbs Down”

Over 500 hundred law enforcement officers and agents served arrest warrants this morning during the latest phase of “Operation Thumbs Down,” a 30-month investigation targeting members and associates of the…

Chris Holden’s annual Block Party slated July 26

Assemblymember Chris Holden invites residents of the 41st Assembly District to his annual block party. Resource tables from state agencies, cities and nonprofits will be available. It’s also an opportunity…

The Half Full Bunch

The Half Full Bunch

By Hugo Torres The latest Infographic shared by the California Association of REALTORS tickled me because I’m not so old that I can’t remember a time when we (my wife…

52-Year-Old Woman Sets Neighbor’s Car Ablaze

A woman was arrested Sunday for allegedly setting fire to her neighbor’s car, Pasadena fire officials said Monday. The fire broke out at a carport in the 100 block of…

Century 21 Village Supports Foothill Unity Center’s Back to School Supply Drive

Andy Bencosme, Managing Broker of CENTURY 21 Village Realty in Sierra Madre recently announced that his office would be supporting the Foothill Unity Center’s Back to School Drive. Anyone who…

Lower Excise Tax Rate on Gasoline Starts July 1

Lower Excise Tax Rate on Gasoline Starts July 1

With the Fourth of July holiday on its way and summertime road trips on the minds of many California drivers, the California State Board of Equalization (BOE) announced today that…

New Health Inspection Pass / Fail Placards Debut In Pasadena

New Health Inspection Pass / Fail Placards Debut In Pasadena

New inspection placards for public display in Pasadena’s restaurants and other permanent food facilities will be issued by the City’s Public Health Department beginning July 1, 2014. The placards will…

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