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Pasadena Hindu Temple Announces Two-Day Krishna Janmashtami Celebration

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The Pasadena Hindu Temple is set to host a vibrant two-day celebration of Krishna Janmashtami, marking the birth of Lord Krishna, a revered deity in Hinduism. The event, scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 25 and Monday, Aug. 26, aims to bring together the community for a series of cultural and religious activities. On the first day, dubbed “Janmashtami Mela,” attendees can participate in various activitie... More »

Man Arrested for Sexual Assault of Teenager

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A 30-year-old man was arrested Wednesday after allegedly sexually assaulting a teenage girl, police said. Marco Lopez of Pasadena was taken into custody without incident after officers responded to a disturbance call in the 1000 block of North Lake Avenue at 8:36 p.m., according to Pasadena Police Lt. Matt Campeau. While investigating the call, a juvenile girl told officers she had been physically... More »

More Heat on Tap for Pasadena, Extending into Next Week

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Another round of hot weather is expected in the Southland beginning this week and continuing into next week. “A significant heat wave will impact Southern California through at least this weekend,” according to the National Weather Service. “A large portion of the mountains, foothills, and valleys away from the coast will experience dangerously hot conditions, and very warm conditions may extend t... More »

High Mortgage Rates Dampened SoCal Home Sales in June

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Southern California home sales in June remained soft for the second consecutive month, as the 30-year fixed rate mortgage remained above 7% throughout most of May, when most of these sales opened escrow, the California Association of Realtors announced Wednesday. June’s sales pace dipped 0.8% from the revised 272,410 homes sold in May and were down 2.7% from a year ago, when a revised 277,690 home... More »

Los Altos Auxiliary of Sycamores Elects New Officers for 2024-2025

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The Los Altos Auxiliary, a volunteer organization supporting Sycamores, a residential treatment facility for boys in Altadena, has elected new officers for the 2024-2025 program year. The group’s primary focus is enhancing the lives of youth at Sycamores’ El Nido campus community in Altadena, a short-term residential therapeutic program for boys aged 11 to 18. “We are immensely grateful for the de... More »

Mother’s Emotional Testimony Urges Swift Action to Prevent Suicides at Colorado Street Bridge

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During a special meeting of Pasadena’s Public Safety Committee on July 17, 2024, some Committee members appeared to favor plans for a vertical barrier on the historic Colorado Street Bridge to prevent suicides. The meeting featured emotional testimony from Bonnie Tang, who lost her son Nicholas to suicide at the bridge in 2021.  “Our son Nicholas, died by suicide on April 27th, 2021 by climbing of... More »

Opening New Doors for Alcoholism and Drug Treatment

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The Pasadena Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (PCADD) cut the ribbon on their new Mentor Avenue site Wednesday morning. Fifth District Supervisor Kathryn Barger joined the leadership teams for PCADD, as well as Social Model Recovery Systems, which operates the Center’s behavioral health treatment programs. As Mike Shaub, Senior Director of Community Relations, Social Model Recovery System... More »

Mayor Gordo, Congressman Schiff Call on Biden to Drop Out of Presidential Race

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Pasadena Mayor Victor Gordo became the first American Mayor to publicly call on Joe Biden to drop out of the presidential race. “It’s clear that the American people want another candidate at the top of the Democratic ticket,” Mayor Victor Gordo said in a statement first released to POLITICO. “Now, the American people want, and need, real change. I hope the President will meet this moment and heed ... More »

Pasadena’s Racial Makeup Altered by Freeway Building Decades Ago, UCLA Report Finds

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A UCLA study presented to Pasadena’s 710 Stub Advisory Group officials on Wednesday, July 17 revealed that the construction of the 710 and 210 freeways dramatically reshaped the city’s racial makeup between 1950 and 1980, polarizing neighborhoods and increasing segregation. Dr. Paul Ong, director of the Center for Neighborhood Knowledge at UCLA, presented findings showing that the areas impacted b... More »

City Council Approves Amendment to Parking Citation System Contract

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The City Council has approved an amendment to a contract with Data Ticket, Inc., setting its value at $2,886,665 for a web-based parking citation and permit management system. The decision came as part of Monday’s shorter-than-usual consent calendar vote. The contract provides the City with a comprehensive system that includes real-time Department of Motor Vehicles integration, six electric vehicl... More »

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