Monthly Archives: September 2011

Heritage Square could mark big change in Pasadena

PASADENA – Don’t blink during tonight’s City Council meeting, because you might miss the approval of the Heritage Square project. After years of starts, stops and accusations of racism, Heritage Square will likely slide through approval on the consent calendar … Continue reading

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9/11 remembrances more than just words

PASADENA – Residents across the San Gabriel Valley gathered for area 9/11 commemorations Sunday. Jet fighters raced across the sky in coordinated flyovers, conductors struck up bands and public officials reminded residents to never forget those lost on 9/11. Among … Continue reading

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Portantino’s gun bill inches closer to approval

Legislation backed by state Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, D-La Caada Flintridge, making it illegal to carry an unloaded gun in public was approved by a razor thin majority in the state Senate late Thursday, officials said. The bill now moves to … Continue reading

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NAACP to honor San Gabriel Valley’s finest

PASADENA – Community leaders from throughout Pasadena, the San Gabriel Valley and the Pasadena Police Department will be recognized this evening at the Ruby McKnight Williams Awards Dinner at the Pasadena Hilton. The dinner, sponsored by the NAACP, recognizes the … Continue reading

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Fire season, sundowner winds and why I hate hot weather

PASADENA – September brings the start of a new football season, the beginning of the school and the return of the hot, dry weather that drives me to the beach each weekend.  Problem is, this round of hot weather kicked … Continue reading

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