Monday, March 30, 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.

SPUSD Strives to be ‘Nimble and Patient’ | Superintendent Yantz Addresses Drastic Changes in...

Recognizing many in the community are making changes to how they go about their life, knowing it’s not an ordinary situation, South Pasadena Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Geoff Yantz continues to stay in...

Restrictions in Place for Council Meeting | City Limits Number of Attendees WEDNESDAY

On Monday, President Trump urged Americans, regardless of age or condition of health, to “avoid gathering in groups of more than 10 people” in order to help stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. In...

SPEF’s Parti Gras Delayed | Major May Event Takes Precautionary Measures

Facing a difficult decision, the South Pasadena Educational Foundation has postponed its annual Parti Gras, a festive fundraiser in the spring at Arroyo Seco Golf Course featuring food from local restaurants, a silent and...

South Pasadena Mayor Responds to Coronavirus Concerns | Bob Joe Says City Prioritizes Health

Following action by Los Angeles County, the City of South Pasadena will close entertainment venues, gyms and stop serving patrons inside restaurants until at least March 31 response to stop the spread of coronavirus.  In...

THURSDAY: Congressman Adam Schiff Hosts Telephone Town Hall

U.S. Representative Adam Schiff, whose congressional district once served South Pasadena, will host a telephone town hall on Thursday, March 19, at 7 p.m., regarding the impact on the coronavirus in the country. He has...

LOCAL CLOSURES: South Pasadena Follows LA & County Directives

Following the pattern of Los Angeles, L.A. County ordered similar sweeping action Monday afternoon in response to coronavirus concerns. The City of South Pasadena will fall in step with those regulations. The closure of bars, gyms,...

COVID-19 Update: South Pasadena Closes All City Facilities Temporarily While Working on Next Steps

Health and safety of the community is the top priority of the City of South Pasadena as the coronavirus continues to evolve. That’s the message coming out of City Hall Monday in face of the...

UPDATED: Schools Out for Three Weeks Due to Coronavirus Prevention | Spring Break Moved...

Making adjustments to its yearly calendar, schools in the South Pasadena Unified School District will be closed from Monday, March 16, through Friday, March 27 Friday, APRIL 3 on account of coronavirus. (Updated 3-13-2020) The South...

UPDATE: Playing to Empty Stands | SPHS Sports Events on Schedule with No Spectators

As of Friday, March 13: All SPHS CIF athletic training and competitions will be suspended during this time effective immediately. Original article published Thursday, March 12: South Pasadena Athletic Director Anthony Chan described it as “business as...

Eclectic Music Festival Slated for April 25 Postponed

The South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce on Thursday announced the 2020 Eclectic Music Festival and Arts Crawl on Saturday, April 25, “will need to be at least postponed.”  A scheduled Preview Party for the spring...