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Daily Archives: September 10, 2020

Clean Power Alliance | Two New Contracts Add Significant Solar and Storage

The Clean Power Alliance on Sept. 3 signed contracts for two new 15-year solar power projects, both of which feature significant storage capacity. Together...

Al Fresco Dining Barricades ‘K-Rails’ Installed on Mission Street

Concrete k-rails started going up Thursday morning along portions of Mission Street between Meridian and Fair Oaks Aves. as the city rolled out Phase...

A World Less Certain | What I Tell My Daughters

I have collected little nuggets of wisdom over the years. A treasure trove of fatherly advice I share with my daughters. Some of their...

Letter to the Editor | ‘City Government Offers No Help with Power Blackout in...

All the homes on Las Palmitas Street in the Monterey Hills have been without power since about 10:30 am on Sunday, September 7. Temperature...

Op-Ed | Councilmember Mahmud ‘s Perceived Apprehension Over Rossi’s Appointment

By Ron Rosen On August 19, the City Council met to decide if and how they would fill the empty District 2 seat. It was the...

UPDATE: Public Health Revises Halloween Order | LA County Recommends Against Trick-or-Treating

On Wednesday night, health officials walked back on it's previous orders prohibiting door-to-door trick-or-treating, and categorized it as "not recommended." The coronavirus had seemingly knocked...

November Elections | Charles Treviño Seeks 4th Term on Water District Board

Charles Treviño, a longtime South Pasadena resident, was first elected to the board of directors of the Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District...

Obituary | Reymundo Roque Hernandez, Sr. (Rey)

Reymundo Roque Hernandez, Sr. (Rey) died peacefully at the age of 73 in his home in South Pasadena on June 9, 2020, where he...

Letter to the Editor | ‘Edison is Extremely Difficult to Work With’

For those of us living on Las Palmitas, this Labor Day weekend represents the umpteenth three day weekend in the last five years we...

Huntington Library | “The Blue Boy” Is Reinstalled After Major Conservation Project

MEDIA RELEASE: One of the most famous works at The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens, The Blue Boy (ca. 1770) by Thomas Gainsborough (1727–1788), has...
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