Friday, September 21, 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 110,500 people in the South Pasadena/Pasadena Metro, Highland Park, and surrounding communities.

Tigers Win Sixteen Straight Games

It doesn’t matter much to Ed Smith that his South Pasadena High frosh/soph team is on a tear, rolling past every opponent in its path and currently riding a 16-game winning streak going back...

Thousands of People Show For Cruz’n For Roses

Over the years, he’s been hailed as “Mr. South Pasadena,” and Sunday, there he was again, doing what he does best, giving up his time for another good cause. Whether it’s Kiwanis, the Oneonta Club,...

UPDATE | School Board On Time and On Budget

It’s on time and on budget. Those are words community members like to hear when it comes to projects under construction in the South Pasadena Unified School District. Deni Valderrama, a project manager with Balfour Beatty,...

Tigers Look to Rebound Against Eagle Rock

Johnny Xiao heard the friendly ribbing from his teammates when the football seemed like a brick as he struggled to hang on to it during summer drills in preparation for South Pasadena High’s 2018...

Tigers Football | South Pasadena Falls to 2-3 in Friday Night Action

It was a game South Pasadena High coach Jeff Chi thought his club had a solid chance of winning , but neighboring Alhambra came away with its fifth straight win Friday night as they...

Car Show, Police and Fire Dept. Open House Expects to Draw Big Crowd Sunday

Roadsters, classics, even a variety of newer vehicles in a category all its own, will be on display Sunday, Sept. 16, for the 14th annual Cruz’n for Roses Hot Rod and Classic Car Show...

Alan Vlacich Honored by PCDA

Alan Vlacich, about as modest as they come, never expected to be honored for what comes naturally – volunteering for an organization that transforms the lives of children. Yet, on Sunday, Sept. 30, Vlacich will...

Neighboring Alhambra Next for Tigers

After spending long hours watching Alhambra High’s tendencies on film, Jeff Chi and his South Pasadena coaching staff are locked in on how they plan to come away with a victory Friday night. The Tigers’...

Remembering Local Family After 9/11 Attacks

On, perhaps, America’s most somber day, flowers were placed on the ground below a plaque outside South Pasadena City Hall Tuesday, paying respects to a family lost in the tragedy surrounding September 11, 2001. With...

FOOTBALL | For one, it felt like a win – at least for one...

It may have been a loss on the scoreboard, but Jordan Bounyaseng put a positive spin on it, talking about South Pasadena High’s only points in a 52-7 setback to powerful Arroyo Friday night. Bounyaseng...
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