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Local Black Entrepreneurs Say They Still Face Uphill Battle

Thursday, August 6, 2020 | 12:25 pm

As America celebrates National Black Business Month, Pasadena leaders say Black business owners have not flourished due to a number of unresolved issues, including a lack of support, systemic racism and divisions in the Black community. Black business owners a... More »


New Low-Income Townhome Development Along Fair Oaks Avenue Completed

Thursday, August 6, 2020 | 12:19 pm

Workers have completed construction of a new 16-unit project consisting of two townhomes to be sold to qualifying low-income home buyers at roughly half their market values. Decker Court, with nine homes, and Gill Court, with seven, is a project by the nonprof... More »


Wescom Credit Union Makes Key Executive Hires

Thursday, August 6, 2020 | 11:14 am

Wescom Credit Union has filled three Vice President positions over the last quarter, continuing its mission to help Southern Californians build better financial lives and to exceed member expectations across all aspects of its business. “We are happy to welcom... More »


Activists Disappointed After Pasadena Police Reform Measure Falters

Thursday, August 6, 2020 | 4:49 am

Activists who have long been calling for changes within the Pasadena Police Department are expressing disappointment following the City Council’s vote on Monday to reject a ballot initiative that called for an independent auditor and a civilian police oversigh... More »


Ramona Convent Secondary School Welcomes New Principal

Wednesday, August 5, 2020 | 6:31 pm

Ramona Convent is thrilled to welcome new Principal, Jacqueline Quiñones Sienkowski, J.D. Mrs. Sienkowski joins Ramona from the Diocese of Orange where she taught English, was Dean of Students, and Head of School at Cornelia Connelly. She came to her career in... More »