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June 22 – 28

Editor’s Pick PFAR Wine Tasting and Auction (26 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena @ 5 p.m.) The Pasadena-Foothills Association of Realtors Charitable Foundation hosts “The Blind Tiger” 26th Annual Wine Tasting and Auction extravaganza at The Cellar. The event will be filled with a series of fun festivities to include a silent auction and wine toss,...

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Smart Women, Smart Money (6/15/17 Issue)
Business, Columns

Smart Women, Smart Money (6/15/17 Issue)

Dear Emmy, should I use my retirement account as a piggy bank? By Emmy Hernandez When the market is high, our 401(k) savings account statements, meant for retirement, look a bit brighter. Some people, hopefully, will choose to increase their monthly contributions to keep up the momentum. Others could be tempted towards the opposite: to…

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Transit Police May Have Thwarted a Major Violent Incident

Sheriff Applauds Transit Officers’ Keen Observation Skills  By Terry Miller At a press conference on Wednesday, June 21, Sheriff Jim McDonnell announced a remarkable arrest at the Sierra Madre Gold Line station that occurred just hours before. It was there that the ardent observation of two Transit Policing Division deputies may have saved the lives...
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Paid Parking is coming to Monrovia

By Susan Motander Monrovia has long prided itself on providing free public parking. That is about to change, thanks to Metro. The parking lot built for the Metro Gold Line Station is about to start charging for parking. According to City Manager Oliver Chi, the Monrovia Lot is one of the busiest on the Gold...

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LATEST NEWS

Crime

Transit Police May Have Thwarted a Major Violent Incident

Sheriff Applauds Transit Officers’ Keen Observation Skills  By Terry Miller At a press conference on Wednesday, June 21, Sheriff Jim McDonnell announced a remarkable arrest at the Sierra Madre Gold Line station that occurred just hours before. It was there that the ardent observation of two Transit Policing Division deputies may have saved the lives...
News

Paid Parking is coming to Monrovia

By Susan Motander Monrovia has long prided itself on providing free public parking. That is about to change, thanks to Metro. The parking lot built for the Metro Gold Line Station is about to start charging for parking. According to City Manager Oliver Chi, the Monrovia Lot is one of the busiest on the Gold...

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June 22 – 28

Editor’s Pick PFAR Wine Tasting and Auction (26 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena @ 5 p.m.) The Pasadena-Foothills Association of Realtors Charitable Foundation hosts “The Blind Tiger” 26th Annual Wine Tasting and Auction extravaganza at The Cellar. The event will be filled with a series of fun festivities to include a silent auction and wine toss,...

HEALTH & FITNESS

Opinion
Smart Women, Smart Money (6/15/17 Issue)
Business, Columns

Smart Women, Smart Money (6/15/17 Issue)

Dear Emmy, should I use my retirement account as a piggy bank? By Emmy Hernandez When the market is high, our 401(k) savings account statements, meant for retirement, look a bit brighter. Some people, hopefully, will choose to increase their monthly contributions to keep up the momentum. Others could be tempted towards the opposite: to…

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