Wednesday, February 19, 2020

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.

SPHS Basketball Wins CIF Opener | Tigers’ Playoffs Endeavor Starts Strong

It took more than two-and-a-half hours to get there, but the long drive to Los Olivos, about 45 minutes north of Santa Barbara, didn’t deter South Pasadena High’s basketball team one bit. Tiger players took...

A Loving, Artistic Tribute | Proposal for Exhibit Honoring the Lives of Key Float...

Lissa Reynolds, founder of the South Pasadena Arts Council, or SPARC, wants to remember a pair of key contributors to the city float in the Rose Parade in a unique and special way. Reynolds, who...

SPHS Sports Update: FEB 11-14 | CIF Playoffs Commence for Basketball

South Pasadena High’s boys’ basketball team will be on the road Wednesday, February 12, to play a first round CIF-Southern Section contest against Dunn High School north of Santa Barbara. Action gets underway at 6:00...

A Chocolate Lover’s Delight | Woman’s Club Dinner a Sweet Success Again

Desserts don’t come much better than those served at the South Pasadena Woman’s Club’s 9th annual “For the Love of Chocolate” event last Saturday. The fundraiser for the organization proved to be another big hit...

Gold Standard Plus Award | Fire Department Recognized for Exemplary Service

Its outstanding service is paying off big dividends for the South Pasadena Fire Department. For the second straight year, the American Heart Association and LA County Department of Health Services has presented the Gold Standard...

NEW SPTOR PRESIDENT | Brant Dunlap Takes the Honor

Time is up on Courtney Dunlap’s term in office as president of the South Pasadena Tournament of Roses Committee, but the job will remain in the family. Brant Dunlap, her father, will take over the...

SPHS National Signing Day | Student Athletes Top Recruits for College Sports Programs

Arguably, there’s nothing more exciting for a high school athlete than being a top recruit and announcing a commitment to play at the next level. National Signing Day was special for two South Pasadena High...

Female Officer Sworn in | Christina Roppo Newest Addition to South Pasadena Police Department

For Christina Roppo, it feels “like a privilege and blessing all at once,” she said, describing her emotions in becoming the newest member of the South Pasadena Police Department. SPPD Chief Joe Ortiz swore in...

Brush Fire in Monterey Hills | SPFD Quickly Extinguishes Backyard Blaze

A brush fire in the backyard of two homes in the 800 block of Via del Rey was extinguished on Monday in about 15 minutes, according to Daniel Dunn, a fire captain with the...

Testimonials Roll in for Ted Shaw | A Legacy that Touched Many

High praise, testimonials and tributes continue to role in as the community remembers Ted Shaw, a three-time city mayor, successful businessman, town supporter and family man, who passed away at age 75 last Saturday. Among...