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Carjacking Leads to Two Arrests, Police Say

First published in the Sept. 3 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Two suspects were arrested hours after a woman’s car was stolen at knifepoint in South Pasadena last week and she was left stranded in town, local police…

Indicators Suggest Coronavirus Slowdown

First published in the Sept. 3 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Before July, the coronavirus appeared to have all but stalled in South Pasadena.That relief did not last, however, as daily new case rates took off again that…

Testing Finds 3 SPUSD Virus Cases

After a little more than a week of screening for COVID-19, the local school system said that three of its students have tested positive for the coronavirus since the beginning of the academic year.All three cases were listed this week…

Recalling Actress’ Death, Group Calls for Police Reform

A group coalesced outside of the Metro Gold Line Station on Sunday to observe the third anniversary of the fatal shooting of actress Vanessa Marquez by South Pasadena police officers who were responding to a mental health crisis at her…

Schools Celebrate Return Amid COVID-19 Caution

As planned heading into the new school year, the South Pasadena Unified School District began offering surveillance COVID-19 testing to employees and students on Tuesday.Meanwhile, athletes are required to be tested weekly while they are in their sports season. Optional…

Hundreds of Homes Lose Power After Crash

Almost 400 homes near Fremont Avenue lost power for more than 12 hours last week after a Southern California Edison pole was dislodged by a vehicle in an early morning collision.South Pasadena police officers responded to the crash at 2:13…

SPHS’ New Principal Comes From Glendale District

With a new school year approaching, the local school district announced it has hired a new principal for South Pasadena High School. John Eldred is leaving the Glendale Unified School District to take the helm at SPHS this month. He…

Panel Denies Yet Encourages Brewery Idea

The South Pasadena Planning Commission this week denied a local resident’s application to launch a microbrewery at his home, but essentially invited him to modify his business plan to assuage the concerns of neighbors and try again. The commission agreed…

Panel Denies Yet Encourages Brewery Idea

The South Pasadena Planning Commission this week denied a local resident’s application to launch a microbrewery at his home, but essentially invited him to modify his business plan to assuage the concerns of neighbors and try again.The commission agreed with…

Local Detective Wins Big at State’s Police and Fire Games

Utilizing his marksmanship, Detective Richard Lee recently distinguished himself at the United States Police and Fire Games, returning home with more than half a dozen medals and some bragging rights.Lee, who is a crime analysist and crime prevention officer with…

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