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Cool Night, Eclectic Program for Cal Phil

The Association band members Russ Giguere, Larry Ramos ( pictured center) Jim Yester ,Bruce Pictor on drums Jordan Cole on keyboards (& guitar) and Del Ramos on bass kept the audience singing along with the Saturday night at Santa Anita Race Track. -Photo by...

Pasadena Collects $4,667,183 in Parking Citations in Fiscal Year 2011

By Terry Miller Pasadena Parking is Such Sweet Sorrow It has been said that Pasadena is not business friendly. Point in fact, regulations are "through the roof" according to one retailer. And that's just to open and stay in business. Now, if you want...

Sierra Madre Residents to Continue Speaking on Measure V Amendment

By Jim E. Winburn The Kensington assisted living facility project is proposed for the former Sierra Madre Skilled Nursing Facility site at 225-245 W. Sierra Madre Boulevard. - Photo by Jim E. Winburn Last week the Sierra Madre City Council injected enthusiasm and purpose into their...

NASA’s Car-Sized Rover Nears Daring Landing on Mars

-NASA Courtesy Rendering NASA's most advanced planetary rover is on a precise course for an early August landing beside a Martian mountain to begin two years of unprecedented scientific detective work. However, getting the Curiosity rover to the surface of Mars will not be easy. "The...

Another Pasadena Police Officer Charged with Abuse

By Terry Miller In a court declaration filed Thursday July 11, a man claims he was kidnapped and beaten by three Pasadena police detectives working a homicide case. Jeremi Carr, 24, identified the detectives as Kevin Okamoto, Keith Gomez and William Broghamer in a complaint sent...

Monrovia Teen Commits Suicide

By Susan Motander A 16-year-old Monrovia teenager was found unresponsive in her home on Wednesday afternoon. The young girl's older sister called Monrovia Police for assistance shortly before 2 p.m. Neither police nor firefighter paramedics were able to revive her. According to Monrovia Police...

Staying Cool This Summer for Seniors

The Community Services Department and the Senior Community Commission would like to remind local seniors that during this time of hot weather that they should follow these tips to stay cool and safe. Slow down, avoid strenuous activity. Do not try to do too much...

$10k Reward Offered for Info on July 4th Unique Russell Homicide

-Courtesy Photo On the 4th of July at 10:20 P.M., deputies responded to a shots fired, gunshot victims, call on the 1300 block of West 97th Street., Los Angeles. Three victims, including two female juveniles and one male adult, were struck by gun fire. All...

Special Police Enforcement Tactics Practiced

By Susan Motander A few weeks ago the Foothills Special Enforcement Team (FSET) was activated when a suspect barricaded himself in his home threatening to kill anyone who came near or to kill himself. After a more than 10-hour standoff, the team was able...

French Official Awards “Knight of the Republic” to Kelvin Davies at Cal Phil Concert

By Bill Peters An interesting sidelight to the California Philharmonic Orchestra's concert at Santa Anita Park Saturday night was the presentation-to founding president of the California Philharmonic Orchestra Foundation, Kelvin Davies, a distinguished award from the French government for his efforts to advance a love...
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