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Drizzle and Fog Possible as Week Starts; Will Clear Out, But Chilly Nights Will Stay

A cooling trend that started Monday, an effect of an upper low moving into the Pacific Northwest and dropping into the Great Basin, continues Tuesday. Tuesday could see some patchy drizzle and fog before 10 a.m. but otherwise will be mostly sunny, with a high near 63. A calm wind will blow from the south southwest around five miles per hour in the afternoon. Tuesday…

Pasadena Water and Power Announces Public Meetings to Discuss Alternative Pipeline Routes Study for Non Potable Water Project

  Gurchuran S. Bawa, Interim General Manager of Pasadena Water and Power, announced two upcoming community meetings to discuss the findings of the Alternative Routes Study Reports for the Non Potable Water Project. The meetings…

Council Meeting to Take Up Numerous City Departmental Issues Monday

The Pasadena City Council will deliberate on a number of service and procurement contracts, including the supply of protective equipment for the City’s firefighters, and interceptor vehicles for the Pasadena Police Department. The Pasadena Fire…

Pasadena Police Chief Recaps Recent Critical Incidents

Editor’s Note: In this report, Pasadena Chief of Police Phillip Sanchez reviews noteworthy incidents which occurred or were concluded in recent weeks in Pasadena. Critical Incidents: On November 11, at about 7:40 a.m., a 17 year-old female…

Kathryn Barger to be Sworn in Today as Los Angeles County Supervisor Representing Pasadena

Kathryn Barger Kathryn Barger will be sworn in Monday, succeeding Supervisor Michael Antonovich in representing the Los Angeles County’s Fifth District, which includes Pasadena. Antonovich termed out after serving in the Board of Supervisors for…

Tuesday, December 06

Non-Potable Water Project Meeting Dec. 6

Last February, the City Council certified the Environmental Impact Report for the Non-Potable (Recycled) Water Project. During the public hearing, concerned residents along the planned…

Friday, December 09

Altadena Library Partners with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department – Food for Families, Toys for Tots

The Altadena Library is partnering with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for the annual holiday toy and canned food drive. Between November 14 and…

Friday, December 09

Altadena Library Waives Overdue Book Fines in Exchange for Holiday Toy, Food Donations

The Altadena Library is partnering with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for the annual holiday toy and canned food drive. Now through December 9,…

Saturday, December 10

Sierra Madre Director of Public Safety Larry Giannone Retirement Reception

On December 10, 2016, Public Safety Director Larry Giannone will retire from public service. After 44 years of serving the Public Safety profession, 9-years serving…

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Hillsides Launches Adopt-A-Family Program for Holidays

Hillsides, a foster care charity, has launched an adopt-a-family program for the holidays. The charity has set a goal of providing 70 families with gifts and food for the holiday season, and is reaching out to the community to fulfill this goal. “Without this program, families will not be able to celebrate Christmas or have enough food to feed their family when the children are home from school during the holidays,” said Laura Kelso, Hillsides director of community resources. “These donations will restore some sense of happiness in the families’ lives, bringing them comfort and joy and the knowledge that…

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