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Superior Court Judge reprimands Pasadena for “playing games” with OIR Report on the fatal McDade shooting
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Superior Court Judge reprimands Pasadena for “playing games” with OIR Report on the fatal McDade shooting

City has 10 days to respond Los Angeles Superior Court James C. Chalfant accused the City of Pasadena of “playing games” Tuesday by refusing to decide whether or not to publicly release the OIR Report on the Pasadena Police Department’s shooting/killing of Kendrec McDade. Judge Chalfant dissolved the temporary restraining order (“TRO”) he issued September…

Join the Arbor Day Foundation in September and Receive 10 Free Arizona Cypress Trees for Planting in California
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Join the Arbor Day Foundation in September and Receive 10 Free Arizona Cypress Trees for Planting in California

-Courtesy photo Everyone from California who joins the Arbor Day Foundation in September will receive 10 free Arizona cypress trees as part of the Foundation’s Trees for America program. Through Trees for America, everyone is encouraged to plant trees that will benefit the environment and improve the quality-of-life. With one million members, the Arbor Day…

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Energy Workshop Sept. 20, 2014 Offers Relief To Owners Of Historic Homes

Pasadena’s historic homeowners can learn how to enjoy modern efficiency and comfort while protecting their home’s character during “Energy Efficiency and Historic Homes,” a special workshop sponsored by Pasadena Heritage from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 20 at Polytechnic School, 1030 E California Blvd. Pasadena is a treasure trove of hundreds of historic…

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Free Drought Tolerant Landscape Event at Descanso Gardens Sept. 14

Pasadena Water & Power Department (PWP) customers can receive expert advice on cutting their irrigation bills with California-friendly plants, plus get bargain-priced rain barrels during a free Drought Tolerant Landscape & Rain Barrel Event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 14, at Descanso Gardens, 1418 Descanso Dr. in La Cañada Flintridge. Space is…

3 acre fire contained near Irwindale
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3 acre fire contained near Irwindale

LA County Fire has responded to a vegetation fire at the Lario Park entrance or the river bed in Azusa directly across from Duarte’s Encanto Park. L.A. County Fire reports that this fire is now contained. Helicopters are landing at Encanto Park to fill them with water and traffic is affected on Huntington Drive and…

Monrovia officials address homeless in Library Park
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Monrovia officials address homeless in Library Park

Monrovia officials address homeless in Library Park Officials estimate between 17-38 people are homeless in Monrovia By Terry Miller As people face a world filled with global conflict, disappearing jobs, higher education costs, and increasing poverty in America, action is needed to help those less fortunate. Monrovia is one city that is becoming proactive. However,…

Social Whirl for 7/24/2014
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Social Whirl for 7/24/2014

Arcadia Rotary honors Police and Fireman of the year, at July 18th lunch meeting. L-R Police Chief Bob Guthrie, AFD Battalion Chief Cody Cerwin, Joseph “Joe” Herrick (recipient) Firefighter of the Year. (center) Mike Ojeda Rotary President, Detective Steve Turner (recipient) Policeman of the Year, Police Captain Larry Goodman and Fire Chief Kurt Norwood. Thanks…

We’re off to see the the Wizard
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We’re off to see the the Wizard

The principal from the new production of The Wizard of Oz, Musique Cooks (Scarecrow), Francesca Sola (Dorothy), Taylor Wesselman (TIn Man) and Mitch RIley (Cowardly Lion) prepare for their performance this weekend. You may think you know the Wizard of Oz, but the production at the Taylor Performing Arts Center in Monrovia will have some…

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HUD Awards Nearly $2 Million in Housing Counseling Grants in California

HUD funding critical to help Californians find and keep housing. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded nearly $2 million in grants to 19 local organizations to help families and individuals in California with their housing needs and to prevent future foreclosures. HUD’s housing counseling grants, and the additional funding they leverage,…

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