Monday, March 18, 2019

Bill Glazier

Bill Glazier
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Bill Glazier is a South Pasadenan and has been the primary news reporter & editor-in-chief for South Pasadena for over 24 years. His work with SouthPasadenan.com is read by over 110,500 people in the South Pasadena/Pasadena Metro, Highland Park, and surrounding communities.

St. Patrick’s Day at the Senior Center | Seniors Gear up in Green for...

Oh my, the place was packed with green. St. Patrick's Day is the feast day of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, and, in a way, the South Pasadena Senior Center hosted a feast...

Youth Climate Strike | South Pasadena Students Seek Change

South Pasadena High School and Middle School students joined tens of thousands of young people around the world on Friday with a message to world leaders: Make a difference and do something about global change. Protests...

4th of July | Moon Landing Theme for Next Festival of Balloons

Jim Anderson, made it brief, getting straight to the point as he spoke during public comment at a recent South Pasadena City Council meeting. As the vice chair of the city’s Fourth of July Festival...

PI DAY | Businesses Offer Cheap Eats

It’s Thursday, March 14, which is an important day for any math whiz, and those looking for a cheap meal. Pi Day, an important foundation of mathematics, most importantly in the world of physics, engineering...

SPHS Girl’s Soccer | CIF Showcase Features Top Players

And the hits just keep on coming for South Pasadena High’s girls’ soccer team. Seniors Uma Hornish and Noemi Howland were among top players in the area showcasing their talents last Saturday in the CIF-SS...

Little League Opening Night | Evening Brings Fun for All

South Pasadena Little League, a longtime fixture in the community, showed its fun side last Friday night as hundreds of players joined parents, grandparents and friends in a festive evening highlighted by a ceremony...

UPDATE: Home at Risk of Sliding Down Cliff and ‘Red Tagged’

UPDATE: A South Pasadena Fire Department official said Wednesday firefighters are not finding any signs of new damage to a South Pasadena home, outside of the initial report that a driveway collapsed at a residence...

PowerPuff Football | Seniors Dominate 60-0

It was one-sided, a blow out, in fact, but in the end both teams hugged and congratulated each other and will rack it up as another high school experience. While it may not have appeared...

Arbor Day | Proclamation Received by South Pasadena Beautiful

Members of South Pasadena Beautiful were honored during Wednesday’s City Council meeting as they accepted a proclamation declaring March 7 as Arbor Day in the city. Arbor Day is a day in which individuals and...

MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE | Citizens’ Push at City Council

In February, John Srebalus presented the City of South Pasadena with a draft ordinance to raise the city’s minimum wage to the same level as Los Angeles, Pasadena and other cities in the region. Strebalus,...