Terry Miller

Tracking COVID-19 Cases Reported In Pasadena
News

Tracking COVID-19 Cases Reported In Pasadena

Editor’s Note: This page will be updated as information becomes available. City Cases Reported by City of Pasadena Public Health Department Deaths Pasadena 25 0 March 31 The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed 10 new deaths and 548 new cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Previously, Public Health had…

40 Million Californians Ordered to Stay at Home
News

40 Million Californians Ordered to Stay at Home

Unprecedented measures close nonessential businesses By Terry Miller The governor of California and local mayors, including Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek who just returned from Africa, held separate press conferences Thursday evening to address the COVID-19 crisis that has enveloped our nation and the rest of the world. The new order(s) which were quickly adopted by…

Covid-19 Changes the Way We Think and Act
News

Covid-19 Changes the Way We Think and Act

Life’s restricted, schools and restaurants are closed, and our reality has altered By Terry Miller Scores of schools and businesses through Los Angeles County are being forced to shut their doors due to the coronavirus, Covid-19. Many businesses are furloughing some staff in the wake of the outbreak that has affected every one of us…

Dead Infant Found in Pasadena Memorial Park
Crime

Dead Infant Found in Pasadena Memorial Park

Maintenance staff at a Pasadena park made a gruesome discovery when they were cleaning the restrooms Thursday night. They immediately called the police. At approximately 10:10 p.m. Pasadena Police officers responded to Memorial Park, located at 85 E. Holly St., regarding a call of a possible lifeless infant located in a stall of the women’s…

Decision 2020: The Case Against Early Voting
Opinion

Decision 2020: The Case Against Early Voting

By Terry Miller This year’s contentious election (both local and national) has brought forth some fundamental questions about procedure, policy and privacy. The case against early voting has never been clearer; at least on a national scale. Take what happened in the past week or so for example: Pete Buttigieg dropped out; Amy Klobuchar and…

Victor Gordo Slightly Ahead of Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek
News

Victor Gordo Slightly Ahead of Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek

By Terry Miller In this 2020 race, locally and nationally we’ve seen muckraking attacks, both figurative and literal, and nobody knows where it’ll end. Despite the seemingly endless attacks, voters made educated decisions. The big surprise of the night, of course, was the huge comeback of Joe Biden as well as Bernie Sanders’ win in…

Council Member Says Racism is Prevalent in Pasadena Firefighters Union
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Council Member Says Racism is Prevalent in Pasadena Firefighters Union

By Terry Miller Pasadena Councilman Tyron Hampton said he disagrees with City Manager Steve Mermell’s decision to reassign Fire Chief Bertral Washington. So too, does fellow council member John Kennedy who expressed outrage at the last council meeting. Hampton said the Pasadena Firefighters Union, which he equated to a fraternity, intentionally put pressure on the…

Thousands of Bees Send Five to Hospital
News

Thousands of Bees Send Five to Hospital

  Bees cause major traffic snarl Thursday evening Thousands of Africanized bees swarmed a hotel on Colorado Boulevard near Pasadena City College Thursday afternoon, sending five people to the hospital, including two firefighters and a police officer. The first injured firefighter was stung approximately 17 times after he arrived at the scene to evaluate the…

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