January 20, 2021, 2:33 am

TWO SPPD Officers Head into Retirement

A pair of longtime South Pasadena Police Department employees will be recognized for their service to the community Saturday night during a joint retirement dinner at the Almansor Court in Alhambra. Mike Neff, a captain,...

Cake Sensations Closes After 10 Years | Owner Plans on Retiring

A petite bakery, which specialized in pre-ordered cakes decorated for weddings and other special occasions, has closed its doors. Cake Sensations at 811 Fair Oaks Avenue in South Pasadena announced it is no longer in...

MOSAIC CHURCH | Operating at the Middle School: Agreement is Drafted

At its meeting tonight , the South Pasadena Unified School District is set to consider a contract for up to five years allowing the Mosaic Church to use the South Pasadena Middle School auditorium,...

A World Less Certain | Whiplash Flashback

In the song "Yesterday" by the Beatles substitute love with the word life.  Yesterday, life was such an easy game to play Now I need a place to hide away Oh, I believe in yesterday Like all ridiculous love songs,...

SPUSD Receives Money | Sea Tigers Make Sizable Donation

At the School Board Meeting on Wednesday, February 13, the board for the South Pasadena Sea Tigers  - a non-profit organization that is dedicated to training and serving the community through swimming - made...

Throwback Thursday | Burn! Burn! Burn!: The Raymond Hotel’s Historical Firestorm

On Easter Sunday in 1895 (124 years ago this week), South Pasadena’s Raymond hotel went up in flames. It was the most massive single-structure fire in San Gabriel Valley history. The “spark” that ignited the...

A Father’s Flag

This is the story of a father and his son. It is a story of duty, honor, sacrifice and unconditional love. For me, it is a story of the 4th of July. This story begins...

4-Time Gold Medal Champ!

South Pasadena Police Detective Richard Lee came home with four gold medals and a bronze at the 2018 United States Police and Fire Championship Games in San Diego. Lee competed in the pistol competition and...

BINGO! Exciting Tiger Bingo at SPHS Always a Hit!

Organizers say South Pasadena High School Tiger Bingo is the  best-kept secret in town. Every Saturday night about 200 people gather in the SPHS gym on Diamond Avenue for a night of Vegas style bingo...

WINNER: South Pasadena Rose Parade Float Wins Prestigious Mayor Award

A grinning “Sheldon the Turtle,” known by those who worked on South Pasadena’s float in Wednesday’s 131st Rose Parade, took a ride down Colorado Boulevard in memory of a man who knew how to...
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