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.

SPPD Releases Annual Crime Statistics | Rise in Part One Offenses Include Larceny and...

Current data provided by the South Pasadena Police Department shows a 9.5 increase in part one crime from 2018 to 2029, with larceny and assaults the main culprit. In 2018 there were 65 reported assaults...

SPHS Sports Update: Feb 3-7 | Eye on Playoffs for Girls’ Basketball

After a promising start, South Pasadena High’s boys’ basketball team is suddenly reeling, losing three in a row, including two straight in Rio Hondo League play. The Tigers began the downturn on January 29 with...

Remembering Ted Shaw | by Bill Glazier – the South Pasadena News

He loved the town. It’s really as simple as that when talking about the imprint left behind by Ted Shaw. From its down-home, Mayberry-like 4th of July Parade, to its concerts in the park, to a...

Christian Daly Launches Campaign for Congress | Setting Sights for Rep. Chu’s Seat

Recognizing he has a tough fight on his hands, Christian Daly wants to represent South Pasadena in Congress. A young, independent hopeful, the 31-year-old Daly has a desire to win the 27th Congressional seat currently...

Pasadena Poly Joins Rio Hondo League | Panthers in for Football this Fall

Calling it a “classy program,” South Pasadena High Athletic Director Anthony Chan likes the idea that Pasadena Poly becomes the newest member of the Rio Hondo League in football. Pasadena Poly moves out of the...

Singer Matt Mauser’s Connection to Tragic Helicopter Crash

Matt Mauser didn’t perform Sunday. He was too busy trying to put his life back in order. My lady friend, Diane Cavenee, and I made plans at Christmas to surprise her mother, Marie, with tickets to...

SPHS Sports Update: Jan 28-31 | Several Teams Rank Top 3 in Rio Hondo...

Second round of Rio Hondo League play is underway as the winter season is in full swing for South Pasadena High student-athletes. The following is a quick update on how each varsity team is performing: Boys...

Remembering Kobe Bryant | A Legend on and off the Court Globally

It’s hard to find anyone who was more beloved in Los Angeles than Kobe Bryant. He created a passion in fans that may never be duplicated and leaves a hole in the city like no...

SPMS Gym Conversion Continues | New Blackbox Theatre to Showcase Arts Programs

Enhancing the arts is on full display as construction continues on a major rehabilitation project at South Pasadena Middle School. Workers are turning the old gym on campus into a black box theater, visual arts...

Big Lots Location | Grocery Outlet Shows Interest in Coming to South Pasadena

A major grocery chain, which calls its prices “nothing short of pure bliss,” has shown interest in opening a store in South Pasadena. Grocery Outlet is looking to open one of its newest stores at...