News / May 16, 2019 How Local Cities Deal With Profane Gadflies?

By Terry Miller More than a few eyebrows were raised about two controversial speakers at a recent Pasadena council meeting. Additionally, the First Amendment rights of those who spoke, regardless of the content or character of their diatribes was called into question. Read More: Pasadena Prepares Potential Action Against Profane Public Commenters Last week’s controversial public...

News / May 16, 2019 School Shootings Surge Stirs SRO Concerns

15 violent school shootings have been recorded this year By Terry Miller Last week in Denver, a few miles away from Columbine High, yet another mass shooting took place at a STEM school. One student died trying to save his fellow students and eight others seriously injured. The police responded very quickly to the numerous...

News / May 15, 2019 Pasadena to Raise Water Rates After PWP Reports Looming Deficits

By John Orona Pasadena residents will pay more on their water bills starting this summer after the City Council voted Monday to adopt a staff recommendation to adjust water rates in an attempt to save the Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) Department from facing a structural deficit next year. According to a city report, PWP...

News / May 15, 2019 Pasadena-Burbank-Valley Area Independent Contractors and Small Business Owners Share Impacts of Dynamex Court Decision

Ask legislators to support legislative fix to the decision Pasadena and Valley area independent contractors and business owners gathered at the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce Wednesday morning urging state legislators to support additional changes to Assembly Bill 5 to encompass a more “holistic” solution to address today’s workforce. According to a press release issued by...

News / May 13, 2019 Traffic Advisory and Road Closures for Major Events in Pasadena

The City of Pasadena reminds the public about the following road closures and other event information for the Amgen Tour of California on Saturday, May 18. The final stage of the Amgen Tour will depart Santa Clarita around 9 a.m. and riders are expected to enter Pasadena city limits by noon.  10,000 spectators are expected...

News / May 8, 2019 Pasadena Prepares Potential Action Against Profane Public Commenters

By John Orona During a meeting in which the Pasadena City Council promoted fundraising for civic and patriotic institutions, City Hall was grounds for its own messy civics exercise in how far free speech reaches after two speakers continually used profane and offensive language during public comment periods. The two speakers, identified as Mr. Herman...

News / May 6, 2019 Officer Involved Shooting in Pasadena

No injuries, Suspects taken into custody On Thursday, May 3, 2019, at approximately 10:03 p.m., in the 1300 block of North Raymond Avenue, Pasadena Police attempted to make a routine traffic stop. The driver fled northbound and a short pursuit ensued. The suspect lost control of his vehicle and crashed at Raymond Avenue/Woodbury Blvd. The...

News / May 1, 2019 Pasadena PD Steps Up Enforcement for Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

The warmer weather means a lot more motorcycles will be out on the road across California. May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, and Pasadena Police Department is taking the opportunity to remind drivers and motorcycle riders to share the road and look out for one another. “Motorcycle riders are out in the open and are...

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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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