Friday, July 20, 2018

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 23 years. His work with SouthPasadenan.com is read by over 84,997 people in the South Pasadena/Pasadena Metro, Highland Park, and surrounding communities.

Baptisms at Mosaic Church Stopped

Baptisms conducted outside Mosaic Church in the heart of South Pasadena have been stopped. According to city officials, the church at the Rialto Theatre, 1023 Fair Oaks Avenue, was conducting baptisms in a children’s pool...

Concert in the Park Sunday

Music will be in the air this Sunday as the City of South Pasadena hosts its fourth of five summer concerts in Garfield Park with support from local business owners and individuals who have...

Top 4th of July Parade Entries Announced

Joe Payne says it’s not easy, “but we select the very best,” he said, talking about the top entries in the Fourth of July Parade each year. Payne is the parade chair for the annual...

Police Chief Art Miller Considered for New Job

Four candidates are in the running to become the next police chief in Peoria, Arizona, and the list includes Chief Art Miller, who holds the position in South Pasadena. Miller joins Richard A. Bash, deputy...

Two Car Collision on Fremont Ave.

Southbound traffic on Fremont Avenue was redirected by officers onto Oxley Street Wednesday afternoon for about 40 minutes as police investigated a two-car collision, resulting in one hitting a tree. A Honda CRV, traveling northbound...

No on UUT Repeal Urged

Once residents have a full understanding of how the funds are being used, Ed Donnelly believes they will vote no on a utility users’ tax (UUT) repeal come November. While those on hand at a...

Public Transportation Supporter

It took awhile, but they arrived just in time for the introductions as part of Friday’s South Coast Air Quality Management District’s annual Governing Board Intern Breakfast. Michael Cacciotti, a South Pasadena City Council member...

‘Operation Ice Cream’ a Success

It was the hottest day in South Pasadena’s 130-year history, forcing “Operation Ice Cream” into action. There was no escaping the scorching conditions, the temperature reaching an all-time high of 118 degrees on Friday, according...

Unique Farmers’ Market Experience

Looking for that special meal with the best seasonal ingredients and produce? Look no further than the South Pasadena Farmers’ Market where French Chef Bruno Morin from Bistro de la Gare, will take you on...

Seniors Celebrate 4th of July

South Pasadena seniors, plus some from neighboring cities, celebrated Independence Day with a traditional lunch featuring hamburgers, roasted corn, old-fashioned potato salad, chips and ice cream sundaes. Mixing the music was D.J. Ben, who played...
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