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Jeanne Keating Joins Century 21 Village

Jeanne Keating - Courtesy Photo Andy Bencosme, Managing Broker of CENTURY 21 Village in Sierra Madre recently welcomed veteran REALTOR Jeanne Keating to his Sierra Madre office. The announcement was made at the office's weekly marketing and sales meeting. Keating said that she is...

PCC Students Dig Deep into the History of a Forgotten People

By Bill Peters -Courtesy Photo Pasadena City College students have been given a unique opportunity to advance research on a group of people that no one seems quite sure where they came from, nor, upon their disappearance 800 years ago, just where they went. ...

Seductive Performances at Ambassador Auditorium

By Bill Peters -Courtesy Photo Pasadena Symphony's Classics Series presented last Saturday evening at HRock's Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena was inviting, ingratiating, and as advertised, seductive. The theme of the concert was "Seductive Scheherazade". Who could overlook concertmaster Aimee Kreston's suave violin playing in Nikolay...

Measure A Cause for Concern for Some, Relief for Others

Senior Citizens May Receive Exemption According to Arcadia Unified School district's website, if Measure A funding is not provided "AUSD will be faced with an approximate $7 million ongoing budget deficit due to reductions in state funding and a down economy. Cuts of this magnitude would...

Assemblymember Portantino to California Legislators: Eight is Enough

Reintroduces Salary Freeze Measure (AB 1787) For the eighth time, Assemblymember Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) has introduced a measure to freeze the pay of California's highest paid employees. AB 1787 calls for a two-year freeze on state employees who earn over $100,000 - thousands of...

Charles Dillingham to Join the Pasadena Playhouse as Interim Executive Director

The Board of Directors of The Pasadena Playhouse (Sheldon Epps, Artistic Director) announced today that Charles Dillingham will serve as interim Executive Director of the theatre during the transition period following Stephen Eich's departure and as The Playhouse launches a national search for a...

Program Designed to Decrease Jail Overpopulation will Release 24,000 Inmates

By Ruth Longoria Kingsland Community members from Duarte and its surrounding cities are working together to see that criminals released through the Governor's State Prison Realignment Project won't be as likely to re-offend in this area. About 24,000 inmates, considered to be "less violent and less...

Free Tax Preparation Event to Make Taxes Less Painful

There's no getting around doing your taxes, but nothing says you have to do them on your own. Help is on the way! Free tax preparation assistance will be available to those who qualify at La Pintoresca Library, 1355 N. Raymond Ave.,...

Governor Brown to Open New Trade and Investment Office in China

Moving to increase direct investment in California and give the state's businesses a distinct advantage in China, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. has announced plans to open a new trade and investment office in China. "The Pacific Rim has become the center of...

Huntington Memorial Hospital Launches New Website to Help Teens and Their Parents Make Better Health and Lifestyle Choices

Huntington Memorial Hospital announced today the launch of a new website designed to address common teen health and lifestyle issues and foster awareness of community support resources for teens and their parents. ...
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