Date: February 8th, 2017

Pasadena 2017 Black History Month Parade, Special Events Announced
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Pasadena 2017 Black History Month Parade, Special Events Announced

Celebrate Black History Month 2017 by attending the parade and other special events, lectures and activities in Pasadena now through Sunday, March 19.  Pasadena’s Black History Month Parade is one of the largest and oldest in the U.S. and will be held from 10 a.m. to about 1 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 18.  Another special highlight this year is the Community…

Council Stifles Attempt to Reduce Subcommittee Quorum
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Council Stifles Attempt to Reduce Subcommittee Quorum

  City supports Measure H; implements permanent water conservation efforts By Gus Herrera On a night when council united to combat homelessness and reduce the city’s water usage, the mayor was forced to postpone consideration of another item after realizing that the room was clearly not in agreement. Item 3 proposed reducing the number of…

Missing ‘At Risk’ Person Reported in Pasadena
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Missing ‘At Risk’ Person Reported in Pasadena

  Pasadena Police seek your help in locating a missing “at risk” person, Dawud Karriem, 87. An African-American male, 5′ 7″, and weighs 140 lbs, he has black-grey hair, black eyes, but unknown clothing. He was last seen on the 1100 block of Elizabeth Street on Thursday, Feb. 2,  at 12 p.m. If you have…

Last-Minute Layup Leads Tigers Over Cubs, 48-45
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Last-Minute Layup Leads Tigers Over Cubs, 48-45

  Favela scores 1,000th point and game-winning basket   Photos and Story By Christian Romo Westridge senior Juliana Favela (34) scored her 1,000th Prep League point, and it wasn’t even her biggest basket of the game. Favela’s 22 points helped the visiting Westridge Tigers (11-8, 7-4 Prep) hold off the Mayfield Cubs (6-14, 3-7 Prep),…

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