Date: October 12th, 2020

Pasadena Fire Strike Teams Return After Assisting with Statewide Mutual Aid
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Pasadena Fire Strike Teams Return After Assisting with Statewide Mutual Aid

Over the past three months California has experienced its worst fire season in history. The Pasadena Fire Department responded to several incidents as part of their commitment to statewide mutual aid. “We thank our community and city management for allowing us the opportunity to support other counties and neighboring cities affected by these unprecedented wildland…

Public Health Confirms 41st L.A. County Child Was Diagnosed with Rare COVID-related Syndrome
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Public Health Confirms 41st L.A. County Child Was Diagnosed with Rare COVID-related Syndrome

C.D.C. identifies similar syndrome appearing in adults The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed Friday that another child has been diagnosed with multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), a rare but serious condition linked to COVID-19. All 41 children with MIS-C in L.A. County were hospitalized and 46% of the children were treated…

Pasadena Interim Fire Chief Announces Retirement
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Pasadena Interim Fire Chief Announces Retirement

Pasadena Fire Department Interim Chief Bryan Frieders has announced his retirement effective Nov. 30, 2020. Frieders joined the Pasadena Fire Department as deputy chief in 2016 after making his way through the ranks with the San Gabriel Fire Department. Prior to that he began his career in 1990 as an emergency medical technician in Glendale….

Pasadena Crime Blotters: September 2020
Crime

Pasadena Crime Blotters: September 2020

Sept. 1 At 4:30 p.m. officers responded to a business located at the 2000 block of North Fair Oaks Avenue regarding an attempt robbery. The victims/employees reported that the suspects entered the business and attempted to steal a lawn mower. The victim physically grabbed the suspect to prevent the theft, at which time the suspect…

Career Corner: A Case for WFH
Business

Career Corner: A Case for WFH

By Angela Copeland The letters WFH used to be mainly used by the tech industry but as work from home is becoming more common, so is the use of this important acronym. In the last six months, working from home has gone from an exception to a norm. But if you’re like many employees, your…

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