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.

SPLL Baseball Opening Night | Good Sportsmanship and Family Fun Make for a Homerun

Alberto Ocon was caught off guard, startled by the announcement that South Pasadena Little League has been presented with District 18’s highest honor for sportsmanship. “Wow!” said Ocon, SPLL’s president, who accepted the Albert W....

Police Chief’s Proposed Traffic Enforcement Bureau Put on Hold

A Traffic Enforcement Bureau with the South Pasadena Police Department must first be addressed by the city’s Public Safety Commission before the City Council can give its final approval on efforts to minimize traffic...

SPUSD Cancels All Public Events | South Pasadena School District Notice

Superintendent Geoff Yantz said on Wednesday no individuals within South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD) have tested positive for COVID-19 as the World Health Organization officially declared that Coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. In a message...

Coronavirus Update | Fire Officials and Superintendent Make Efforts to Educate Community

Monday, March 9: Superintendent Geoff Yantz sends his fourth written message on the topic Monday since the outbreak began. Each day Yantz is tasked with new questions that may arise. With ever-changing global concerns of...

SPHS Sports Update: Mar 9-13 | Wet Weather Dampens Week’s Scheduled Games

South Pasadena High’s wasted no time getting off to a fast start in Rio Hondo League baseball action as the Tigers upended rival San Marino 4-2 in their season opener last Friday on the...

Future of 4th of July Uncertain | Committee Rallies Community to Keep ‘Festival of...

An aging group of volunteers who have donated a considerable amount of time to the success of the Festival of Balloons – South Pasadena’s 4th of July celebration – are concerned the highly popular...

Kubb Championships Headed to Town | The Swedish Sport that’s Growing Fast in Popularity

Kubb? What’s that, you ask? First off, it’s important to know how to pronounce it. It’s “koob” to those new at learning about the unique sport. A lawn game, the objective of kubb is to knock over...

SPHS Swimmer Transported to Hospital After Fire Department Responds to Call of Possible Drowning

A member of the South Pasadena High swim team was transported to a nearby hospital Friday afternoon after local fire department paramedics responded to a possible drowning at the Aquatics Center on campus. At about...

SPHS Power Puff Football | Seniors Soar With a 48-27 Victory

South Pasadena High’s senior squad didn’t want to be reminded of last year’s debacle from when they were juniors. They were pummeled 60-0 in the annual Power Puff flag football game between the two classes,...

Trader Joe’s Founder Passes Away | Joe Coulombe – A Regular Joe

Between the two of them they have nearly 40 years of experience with the company, and both will tell you they sorely miss the man who started it all. Courtney Dunlap, who has worked for...