Saturday, January 18, 2020

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.

SPUSD Board of Education | District Based Elections Approved in Response to Attorney’s Letter

A resolution was approved by the South Pasadena Board of Education Tuesday night to move toward district-based elections. The resolution calls for the action to go into effect for elections starting in 2022. The effort to...

Firefighters Give Hope | SPFD Hands Over Proceeds from Successful Spaghetti Dinner

A group of local firefighters turned a giant check over to the City of Hope Wednesday night. It was a gesture of goodwill, compassion and kindheartedness. “As most of you may know on October 19th the...

Mayor Bob Joe | A Special Presentation to the Oneonta Members

Setting priorities as he focuses on his one-year term as South Pasadena’s mayor, Robert Joe is taking a hard look at three key areas – development, fiscal sustainability and accessibility – in his effort...

SPPD Participates in Annual Homeless Count | Making Those Without a Home Matter

Everyone counts, no matter where they live. That’s the message from the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) as the non-profit agency embarks on its annual 3-day mission to count those living in poverty on...

Laura Farber’s Transformative Year | Tournament of Roses President Relives Memorable Day

Looking out at the crowd, Laura Farber took in the sight and sounds of the 2020 Rose Parade, feeling the high energy, and thought, “This is unbelievably amazing.” More than two weeks removed from America’s...

2020 Rose Parade Float Teardown Complete | Legacy of ‘Victory at Last’ Lingers

A two-weekend effort to teardown South Pasadena’s award-winning float in the 106th Rose Parade on January 1 is complete. It started on January 4 with the removal of flowers, vials and some decorative materials. The...

Thefts Up 20% Says Police Department | Know the Patterns

South Pasadena Police officials report a 21% increase in shoplifts in 2019. Thefts of vehicle parts, according to Crime Prevention Officer Richard Lee, specifically catalytic converters, license plates and car batteries were the most popular...

Board of Education to Discuss District Elections | Attorney’s Letter Prompts Resolution

South Pasadena’s president of the Board of Education and the superintendent of the South Pasadena Unified School District are expected to sign a resolution initiating the process for local elections involving the school district...

SPHS Sports Update: Jan 13-17 | Full Swing for Winter Season

Action continues as South Pasadena High School teams are at the midway point of January and nearing the first-round of Rio Hondo League play. The following is an up-to-date look at how the local...

Touching Moment at Swearing-In | Mayor’s Granddaughters’ ‘Ode to South Pasadena’

Tiny Tessa Holmes, bending the microphone far down reach her face as she stood alongside her older sister Taylor at the podium, read a poem, while winning the hearts of those around her last...