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New COVID-19 Cases See Downturn in Pasadena

Tuesday, August 3, 2021 | 7:39 am

After a month of steadily increasing COVID-19 infections, public health officials in Pasadena reported three straight days of declines, ending with 21 new cases detected on Monday. The Pasadena Public Health Department reported 22 infections on Sunday and 26 o... More »


City Council Approves Draft Housing Element

Tuesday, August 3, 2021 | 6:05 am

Residents rallied before Monday’s City Council meeting demanding elected officials add 25 demands to the City’s housing element. But the attempt did not hit the mark on Monday as the City Council voted to authorize Planning Director David Reyes to submit the d... More »


City Council Passes Extension on YWCA Building

Monday, August 2, 2021 | 7:17 pm

The Pasadena City Council on Monday granted a time extension for a conditional use permit (CUP) for rehabilitation of the famed Julia Morgan YWCA building. Developers plan to turn the nearly 100-year-old structure, designed by Morgan, California’s first licens... More »


City and Tournament Due Back in Court for Hearing Over Legal Fees

Monday, August 2, 2021 | 6:29 pm

The Tournament of Roses could be ordered to pay $400,660 to the city of Pasadena to cover legal fees incurred by the city defending itself against the nonprofit’s lawsuit stemming from disagreements that emerged after the 2021 Rose Bowl Game was moved to Arlin... More »


Michelle Effros Named Vice Provost At Caltech

Monday, August 2, 2021 | 4:18 pm

On October 1, Michelle Effros, the George Van Osdol Professor of Electrical Engineering, will become a vice provost at Caltech, overseeing the Council on Undergraduate Education; accreditation; the Staff and Faculty Consultation Center; Student-Faculty Program... More »