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Kaiser Permanente Agrees to Settle Americans with Disabilities Act Claims and to Improve Access for Deaf or Hard of Hearing Patients

Southern California Permanente Medical Group, headquartered in Pasadena, and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals have agreed to resolve allegations that they violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by failing to provide a qualified sign language interpreter or other appropriate form of assistance to a deaf patient. Separately, a Riverside County doctor has agreed to settle similar claims involving a deaf patient. The Kaiser settlement agreement ensures…

Sunny Week Forecast, With a High of 86 Predicted for Thursday

Forecasters said with the exception of some early morning fog that will burn off quickly, this week should bright, sunny and in the 80’s. Pasadena residents should also anticipate some gusty northerly winds Monday. Thursday…

‘Black-ish’ Scores Big at NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena

The 51st NAACP Image Awards were presented at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, and “black-ish” stole the show, earning six awards in the television comedy category. The awards, which were handed out Saturday, honor the “accomplishments…

Get Ready for Fog and Cold Rain on Saturday

Today’s cheerful Pasadena weather will turn gloomy and rainy overnight and usher in a wintry Saturday bringing showers and possibly a thunderstorm before 10 a.m, then showers after that, forecasters predict. Temperatures could drop 16…

New Caltech Study Reports Hidden Donors Play Significant Role in Political Campaigns

A new Caltech study reveals that so-called hidden donors in a political campaign—those contributors who donate less than $200—can make up a sizable fraction of a candidate’s campaign funds. The study, appearing in the Election…

Wednesday, February 26

Pet-Friendly Housing for Tenants and Landlords

The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA and Housing Rights Center will co-host “Pets & Rental Housing,” a presentation for tenants and landlords. This educational session…

Thursday, February 27

Free February Events at Pasadena Senior Center

There is something for everyone 50 and older in February at the Pasadena Senior Center, 85 E. Holly St. You do not have to be…

Saturday, February 29

Armstrong Garden Centers Celebrates 130th Anniversary By Giving Away Free Rose Plants

Image Courtesy Armstrong Garden Centers Facebook Armstrong Garden Centers announced it is giving away free rose plants at all store locations, including its Pasadena store…

Tuesday, March 03

Masters Series Will Focus on Pasadena History, Characteristics

From Top clockwise: Richard Rietzell, Geoff Wardle, Adrian K. Panton, Brad McNeil The winter term of The Masters Series at the Pasadena Senior Center, 85…

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PSFCU: Education is the Key

Daniel Herrera of the Pasadena Service Federal Credit Union (PSFCU) has become the organization’s first certified financial counselor, thus expanding the group’s efforts to educate members on financial literacy and other financial education programs. As Herrera told Pasadena Now, “I’ve always been interested in financial education, whether it’s learning for myself or teaching it to our members.” According to Herrera, his new certification will allow him to hold more classes and seminars for members, as well as provide individual financial strategies. As Herrera explained, he can offer a larger array of counsel now, whether individuals are looking to save or finance…

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