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Assemblyman Introduces Resolution With Armenian Province

Assemblyman Chris Holden, who represents South Pasadena, on Tuesday introduced a resolution that establishes a sister state relationship between California and the Armenian province of Syunik — the southernmost province in Armenia.The measure, Assembly Concurrent Resolution 105, declares California’s solidarity…

SPHS Senior Competes in Modern Pentathlon Junior World Championships

South Pasadena resident Jake St. Clair took a trip to Egypt this summer, complete with a visit to the pyramids. However, the teenager was no common tourist.St. Clair made the journey as one of the United States’ representatives at the…

2021 Back to School Special Edition
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School District Reveals Anti-COVID Strategy

The 2021-22 school year got underway this week, and in preparation, the South Pasadena Unified School District Board of Education on Tuesday unveiled the district’s COVID-19 plan for the year.“During this time, I can’t express how proud I am of…

Chamber of Commerce Returns to In-Person Meetings

The South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce held its first in-person meeting in 16 months on Wednesday, July 28, at a luncheon hosted by Mamma’s Brick Oven Pizza and Pasta. The chamber welcomed special guest Arminé Chaparyan, the new South Pasadena…

Little League Concludes All-Star Competition

The South Pasadena Little League summer All-Star season was a successful one as its Juniors softball team captured the Section 3 championship and three baseball teams won district tournaments.After claiming District 18 and Section 3 titles, the SPLL Juniors All-Star…

Police Dog Is Off Patrol After Biting Child

One of the South Pasadena Police Department’s crime-fighting dogs has been removed from patrol rotation this week after it bit a young boy during the city’s National Night Out event on Tuesday evening at Orange Grove Park.The child, Sebastian Forbes,…

Tournament of Roses Golf Tournament Raises $10,000

The South Pasadena Tournament of Roses Golf Tournament had its participation jump by nearly 20% from its previous, pre-pandemic tournament and raised approximately $10,000 at last Saturday’s event. Alan Vlacich and John Vandercook co-chaired the tournament, which was held at…

Obituary | Donna Mae Arnold (Langrud)

Donna was born in Altadena, California to Mary Elizabeth & Charles Colton Langrud. Her first apartment was in Pasadena, but she moved to South Pasadena in 1966 and remained there until July 2020. Her final year was spent in Prescott,…

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

By Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Wednesday, August 18, 2021, a public hearing as required by Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”) will be held by the City…

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