Monday, May 20, 2019

Report Showing 20% Drop in Pasadena’s Homeless Met with Some Skepticism By Public

erhaps no subject in Pasadena creates so much conversation or controversy as homelessness. A report being delivered tonight to the City’s Council will show Pasadena’s official homeless count is down 20 percent from last year’s, but reaction on social media seems more disbelief than relief.

Devil’s Gate Dam Sediment Removal Project, Launching Tens of Thousands of Truck Trips Through Local Neighborhoods, Starts Tuesday

After years of controversy and court cases between naturalists and Los Angeles County, tens of thousands of truck trips through local neighborhoods removing built-up sediment behind Devil’s Gate Dam are set to begin Tuesday, weather permitting.

Caltech, Pasadena City College Commencements Scheduled for Same Day, One Accenting Science and the Other Art
Pogacar Makes History as the Youngest AMGEN Tour of California Champion as the 2019 Race Concludes
Assemblymember Chris Holden, County Supervisor Kathryn Barger Endorse Felicia Williams for Pasadena City Council
In the Pasadena Courthouse This Week

In the Pasadena Courthouse This Week

Monday, May 20, 2019 | 4:50 am

Winners of Rotarian Teachers Laurels Revealed

Winners of Rotarian Teachers Laurels Revealed

Monday, May 20, 2019 | 5:07 am

Leadership Pasadena Graduates New Community Leaders
Pasadena Lapidary Society Presents “Minerals Rock – Unearthing the Human Element” with Dr. Donald Buchanan
Day One’s Summer Skillz Designed for 7th and 8th Graders At Risk of Failing in School
Popular Castle Green Spring Home Tour Will Be Staged in Early June
Foothills Dancemakers, a New Consortium of Modern Dance Companies, Announces Program