News / January 17, 2020 Forecast Didn’t Rain on Pasadena Mayor’s State of The City Address

Despite claims the city is in good shape, CALPERS, cannabis and homelessness continue to challenge conventional wisdom By Terry Miller While the turnout for the State of the City address Thursday was notably less than expected, the expected rains didn’t deter many Pasadena residents and city officials from attending the mayor’s 5th annual speech. The...

News / January 16, 2020 Pasadena Congressman Adam Schiff Named Lead House Impeachment Manager

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, released the following statement after Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the House Managers for the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump: “I am humbled by the responsibility of serving as the lead House Manager in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump,...

News / January 15, 2020 Catholics Unite Against New Planned Parenthood Opening in SGV

More than 600 people gathered for a ceremony taking a stance against an abortion clinic opening in Baldwin Park.

News / January 13, 2020 Pasadenans Organizing for Progress Commends the City Efforts to Eliminate Wage Theft

Pasadenans Organizing for Progress (POP!), the lead organization in Pasadena that fought for the minimum wage to be increased to $15 per hour by 2020, released a statement on Thursday celebrating the effort made by City of Pasadena to ensure that low wage workers earn what they deserve and are not robbed by their employers. On...

News / January 9, 2020 Beginning of the New Decade Strains World Stability

Tensions escalate between U.S. and Iran as 3,500 troops head to Middle East post drone attack in Baghdad By Terry Miller We’re but a few days into 2020 and already the fifes and drums are beating for history to repeat itself; imminent presidential impeachment may be looming hard and heavy; plus a brave new world...

News / January 8, 2020 $80K in Fines Assessed to Pasadena Bakery for Labor Violations

A joint investigation including staff from the City’s Planning & Community Development Department and the California Department of Industrial Relations – Bureau of Field Enforcement (BOFE) has resulted in a combined assessment of more than $80,000 in back wages, damages, premiums and interest for minimum wage violations and various California labor code violations at Chapala...

Crime / January 7, 2020 Pasadena Crime Blotter: Dec. 1–31

Dec. 1 At 2:35 p.m. officers observed a parked vehicle in the 1700 block of Navarro Avenue with a single occupant. As officers walked up to the vehicle they noticed the sole occupant was holding and open container of alcohol as well as the strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. Officers contacted the...

News / January 6, 2020 Pasadena Youth to Hold Climate Action Forum for Mayoral and City Council Candidates

In partnership with local organizations, Pasadena students and youth activists will host the city’s first-ever youth-led Climate Action Forum On Feb. 4, 2020, Pasadena voters will gather at Jackie Robinson Recreation Center to attend the city’s first-ever youth-led Climate Action Forum. All mayoral and city council candidates have been invited to attend the forum and...

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Forecast Didn’t Rain on Pasadena Mayor’s State of The City Address
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Forecast Didn’t Rain on Pasadena Mayor’s State of The City Address

Despite claims the city is in good shape, CALPERS, cannabis and homelessness continue to challenge conventional wisdom By Terry Miller While the turnout for the State of the City address Thursday was notably less than expected, the expected rains didn’t deter many Pasadena residents and city officials from attending the mayor’s 5th annual speech. The…

Pasadena Congressman Adam Schiff Named Lead House Impeachment Manager
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Pasadena Congressman Adam Schiff Named Lead House Impeachment Manager

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, released the following statement after Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the House Managers for the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump: “I am humbled by the responsibility of serving as the lead House Manager in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump,…

Beginning of the New Decade Strains World Stability
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Beginning of the New Decade Strains World Stability

Tensions escalate between U.S. and Iran as 3,500 troops head to Middle East post drone attack in Baghdad By Terry Miller We’re but a few days into 2020 and already the fifes and drums are beating for history to repeat itself; imminent presidential impeachment may be looming hard and heavy; plus a brave new world…

$80K in Fines Assessed to Pasadena Bakery for Labor Violations
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$80K in Fines Assessed to Pasadena Bakery for Labor Violations

A joint investigation including staff from the City’s Planning & Community Development Department and the California Department of Industrial Relations – Bureau of Field Enforcement (BOFE) has resulted in a combined assessment of more than $80,000 in back wages, damages, premiums and interest for minimum wage violations and various California labor code violations at Chapala…

Pasadena Crime Blotter: Dec. 1–31
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Pasadena Crime Blotter: Dec. 1–31

Dec. 1 At 2:35 p.m. officers observed a parked vehicle in the 1700 block of Navarro Avenue with a single occupant. As officers walked up to the vehicle they noticed the sole occupant was holding and open container of alcohol as well as the strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. Officers contacted the…

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