News / November 15, 2018 Donate Blood in Arcadia, Monrovia and Pasadena to Help Blood Shortages

Severe blood shortage: Red Cross issues immediate call for blood and platelet donations The American Red Cross is facing a severe blood shortage and urgently needs blood and platelet donors to give now to avoid delays in lifesaving medical care for patients. Volunteer blood drive hosts are also critically needed to prevent the shortage from worsening this winter. During...

News / November 13, 2018 Pasadena Receives $175K Grant for Bike and Pedestrian Safety

The City of Pasadena’s efforts to enhance safety for bicyclists citywide just got a financial boost thanks to a $175,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) to the city’s Department of Transportation for its Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Program. The city will use the funding for a year-long motorist safety outreach program aimed...

News / November 12, 2018 Pasadena Man Pleads to Child Endangerment

He coached track and field at Gabrielino High A high school track and field coach pleaded no contest recently to one misdemeanor count of child endangerment, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael Villalobos immediately sentenced Danny Lee Harris of Pasadena to five years of summary probation,...

News / November 8, 2018 POP Kicks-Off Campaign for Higher Wages in Pasadena

Pasadenans Organizing for Progress (POP!) will kick-off their “Protect Pasadena Wages” campaign, on Nov. 9 and 10 with a free cup of coffee and live music for every self-identified low wage earner and labor supporter. Rosebud Coffee (2302 E. Colorado Blvd.) is hosting the event an according to POP! is “a proud supporter of a...

Crime / November 8, 2018 Arrests Made at Illegal Marijuana Dispensaries in Pasadena

Pasadena Police recently arrested four individuals in connection with illegal cannabis operations at 1460 and 1470 E. Walnut St., Pasadena, according to the Pasadena Police Department. The individuals were 44-year-old Jose Cano from Huntington Park, 20-year-old Vanessa Munoz from Monrovia, 22-year-old Jocelyn Munoz from Pasadena and 20-year-old Monica Sandoval from Pasadena. All four subjects were...

News / November 7, 2018 Pasadena’s Chris Holden Reelected

By Staff Assemblymember Chris Holden was reelected to represent the 41st District in the California State Assembly with 63.5 percent of the vote. Holden released the following statement: “I want to thank the voters of the Foothill communities for reelecting me to represent them in Sacramento. I look forward to working with my colleagues in...

News / November 7, 2018 Pasadenans Have Voted on Measures I and J

Pasadena voters have cast their ballots and voted in favor of Measure I and Measure J. Measure I will increase the sales tax in Pasadena by 0.75 percent, bringing the rate to 10.25 percent. Measure J asks the city to allocate the sales tax revenue garnered by Measure I, projected to be $21 million, in...

News / November 6, 2018 Former Pasadena City Employee Convicted in $3M Embezzlement Scheme

Originally published Nov. 6 @4:11 p.m. / Last updated Nov. 6 @4:43 p.m. The City of Pasadena has issued a public statement regarding the conviction of former city employee Danny Wooten. Lisa Derderian, Pasadena’s acting public information officer sent the following to local media outlets: “’The City of Pasadena appreciates the work of the District...

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Pasadena Fire Dept Assists Monrovia in Industrial Fire
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Pasadena Fire Dept Assists Monrovia in Industrial Fire

A massive fire erupted at an industrial complex dangerous close to the gas station on the south east corner of Shamrock and Huntington on Wednesday evening around 6pm. Response was swift and aggressive from multiple agencies as far away as Alhambra and South Pasadena. Smoke and fumes were heavy and fire fully involved when fire…

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SENATE BACKS PORTANTINO’S BILL TO BAN “OPEN CARRY”

Sacramento – Assemblymember Anthony Portantino’s groundbreaking legislation (AB 144) making it illegal to carry an unloaded gun in public was approved late today by the State Senate (vote of 21 to 18), adding to the growing chorus of public officials and law enforcement groups calling for a ban on “open carry” in public. “I am…

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Monrovia Mayor to Be Honored by NAACP

The Pasadena branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is honoring Monrovia Mayor Mary Ann Lutz on Thursday at the 26th Annual Awards Dinner for her “dedication to improving the quality of life for all Monrovians,” said Pasadena NAACP President Joe Brown. “Over the past three years, we have watched…

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