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Alma Matters

By Hugo Torres The Multiple Listing Service (MLS) gives real estate agents the opportunity to input school and school district information for potential buyers to consider. Therefore, it came as…

“A Tail of Two Kitties”

As part of our continuing desire to focus on those in our community who care for unwanted animals, we are highlighting here the work that animal rescue organizations and individuals…

Mike Gatto Moves to Adjourn the State Assembly in Memory of American Hero Louis Zamperini

Mike Gatto Moves to Adjourn the State Assembly in Memory of American Hero Louis Zamperini

Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles) honored the life and legacy of local Hollywood Hills resident Louis Zamperini by moving to adjourn the Assembly floor session in his memory. A World…

‘Tomorrow’s Forecast ‘ Kicks off ‘Mi-Fi Mondays’ at Red White + Bluezz July 28

‘Tomorrow’s Forecast ‘ Kicks off ‘Mi-Fi Mondays’ at Red White + Bluezz July 28

By Terry Miller There’s an astounding music scene in Pasadena but not everyone yet knows about the latest really cool gig which will kick start July 28 at the popular…

Sierra Madre Tournament of Roses President Bob Young, 63, dead

Sierra Madre Tournament of Roses President Bob Young, 63, dead

By Terry Miller It was last Thursday when I first heard the news about Bob Young’s untimely death at age 63. I, along with countless others in the community he…

From the Classroom #4

From Dick, Jane and Sally to Uncle Bill by Dorothy Denne Are you old enough to remember when an Uncle was either a blood relative or your Aunt’s husband? How…

FCC Votes to Expand Internet Access for Schools and Libraries

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson applauded a ruling by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Friday that marks a major step toward preparing students for the global economy by…

Forestry Moves Into Water Management

By Lois M. Shade Department of Agriculture/National Forest Service (NFS) is proposing to amend its policy on ground water management as part of watershed management on National Forest System land…

Money Isn’t Everything

Even though money is important, it’s not everything especially when it comes to employee engagement. In fact, pay increases can quickly be forgotten whereas performing meaningful work that leverages the…

Michael Roberts returns to San Gabriel Valley on Suicide prevention, Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Local motivational and inspirational speaker Michael Roberts will be in Pasadena this August. The product of divorced parents, alcohol and drug abuse led Michael Roberts to a suicide attempt by…

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