Friday, July 19, 2019

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 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.

Shop Local on Saturday

Look for shopping deals as a variety of South Pasadena merchants will be taking part in Small Business Saturday. Now in its seventh year, American Express has promoted the event in an effort to promote...

What NOT to Buy on Black Friday

“Black Friday Deals Now!” announces a large retailer in an advertisement. “Door Buster Specials – The Earlier You Shopt the More You Save,” reads another. Oh yes, there are many to be had on this holiday...

What Are You Thankful For On Thanksgiving?

"I’m thankful for meeting so many wonderful South Pasadenans over the years, for the opportunity to be a part of a community that supports one another, has great schools, enjoyable year-round events and people...

Firefighter/Paramedic J.C. Monticone honored with Medal of Valor

In a word, J.C. Monticone described the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history that left 58 innocent concertgoers dead in Las Vegas as “terrifying.” Monticone, a firefighter/paramedic with the South Pasadena Fire Department, made...

South Pasadena Board of Education Approves Resolution to Renew Measure S Parcel Tax

Members of the South Pasadena Board of Education have approved a resolution to renew the Measure S parcel tax, which expires in June of 2018. If not renewed, the local school district stands to lose...

Fall Sing! Empowerment the Message of Fall Sing at Arroyo Vista Elementary School

Young voices carried the message of “empowerment” on Friday morning as Arroyo Vista Elementary School shared in its wonderful tradition of song by focusing the annual Fall Sing on “strength, safety and confidence.” Directed by...

Oneonta Club Features Historical Look at Neon in Los Angeles

It was known as the “Golden Age of Lighting the L.A. Sky,” as neon came into vogue locally from 1925 to 1965, as described in Tom Zimmerman’s latest book, “Spectacular Illumination.” Zimmerman was a special guest...

UPDATED REPORT: Man with Gun at South Pasadena High Unfounded

UPDATED: Thursday 11/16/2017 | Bill Glazier A male adult reportedly called the South Pasadena Police Department Thursday evening telling a dispatcher there was an active shooter on the local high school campus. According to Sergeant Shannon...

South Pasadena Chinese American Club Awards $15,000 in Grants

Individuals making a difference in the city were honored Monday night as the South Pasadena Chinese-American Club (SPCC) presented $15,000 in grants to a variety of local school and community programs. The first-ever event was...

SPEF Announces Theme for 2018 Parti Gras!

“Gridlock,” a word that came out of the ultimate traffic jam, was first used in print by Newsweek back in 1980. It has become a universal phrase identified by motorists, especially those frustrated, grumbling,...