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Millions of Dollars in ‘PPP’ COVID-19 Relief Awarded to many South...

A total of 636 South Pasadena companies received federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds totaling between $40.6 million and $71.8 million, helping to preserve several...

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CalTrans & Ongoing No-710 Issues

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SPUSD | SPMS Gym Construction Update

SPUSD PRESS RELEASE: In June the team focused on plastering the exterior of the building and completing the perimeter 'envelope'. Plaster was applied in three...

South Pasadena News | Featured Articles

4th of July Protest Marches Down Mission Street In Place of Cancelled Parade

Approximately 100-150 protestors assembled at the South Pasadena Public Library to march down the city...

Millions of Dollars in ‘PPP’ COVID-19 Relief Awarded to many South Pasadena Businesses

A total of 636 South Pasadena companies received federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds totaling...

Protestors Assaulted | Unidentified Aggressor Spits on Black Lives Matter Supporters

“Racism is still alive here in South Pasadena." Those were the words uttered by London Lang,...

SPUSD | SPMS Gym Construction Update

SPUSD PRESS RELEASE: In June the team focused on plastering the exterior of the building and...

D.U.D.E.S Donate to Good Causes | Giving Back During the COVID Crisis

A group known for its own generous service to the community presented giant checks, perfect...

A World Less Certain | The Purge

Since the recent riots and mass protests, there is a reexamination of our country’s past....

UPDATE: Nails Found in Driveways | BLM Supportive Residents Report Possible Targeting at Homes

Originally published Tuesday, July 7. Updated on Thursday, June 9 to include statement from the...

Southbound & Northbound State Route 110 Overnight Closures Scheduled Between S. Avenue 57 & York Boulevard

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces the scheduled overnight full freeway closures of State...

OpEd | Reopening – A Good Time for Paranoia

By San San Lee Birds are chirping, the sun is out, and the morning glories are...

COVID UPDATE | 175 Cases, 23 Deaths in South Pasadena

MEDIA RELEASE: LA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT 07/08 Update Cases through 8:00pm 07/07/2020 *including cases reported by Long Beach...

Virtual Town Hall July 16 | Police Reform Meeting Via Zoom

Nathaniel Imel applauded the South Pasadena City Council’s actions in creating a forum to open...

Antigua Coffee | Unique Brew from a Mayan Descendant

By Esteban Lopez Antigua Coffee is a corner store cafe, located in Cypress Park on Figueroa...

Parking Restriction Pitch | More Driving Space for Monterey Road

Parking spaces are hard to come by along a stretch of Monterey Road, a South...

SPHS Sea Tigers Swim | Team Eager to Return

They just want to go swimming, a Sea Tigers’ board member told the South Pasadena...

2021 Rose Parade’s Uncertain Future | Key Announcement Expected in Mid-July

What’s the future of the Rose Parade? Stay tuned as South Pasadena Tournament of Roses...

SPPD Reports No Fireworks-related Citations, Arrests | Citizens Observe ‘Safe and Sane’ 4th of July

While many Los Angeles County residents ignored the no fireworks order, South Pasadena Police Chief...

South Pasadena City Hall Reopened Monday

While the pause button has been hit on openings at L.A. County establishments due to...

A World Less Certain | Magic Bus

Since my stroke last month, I’ve been thinking about the world and our power to...

City Municipal Elections | Council Formally Announces Stipulations

Three of South Pasadena’s five city council seats will be up for grabs during...

Woman’s Club Provides Masks to Seniors | Working to Expand Outreach to Save Lives

Masks have been used for centuries in various religious rituals, in masquerades, and by the...

What’s Happening in Arts & Entertainment | July 3 – 10

Our unofficial “Nighttime Mayor” Brad Colerick brings us the Wine & Song Podcast #15. So...

SPUSD | SPHS Gym Construction Update

SPUSD PRESS RELEASE: The gymnasium has the last few coats of interior paint being applied and...

The D.U.D.E.S. Brings 4th of July to Your Doorstep | Raising Money for ‘Back 2 Class’

No parade, no problem. In absence of South Pasadena’s traditional 4th of July Festival of Balloons,...

PUBLIC HEALTH | Revised Health Officer Order Requires Closure of Indoor On-Site Dining and Other Indoor Activities

The Los Angeles County Health Officer Order will be modified as of Wednesday, July 1...

4th of July Reminder | ‘Safe and Sane’ Fireworks Banned in South Pasadena

Fourth of July is going to look much different as local cities, including South Pasadena,...

Future of Policing | City Council Approves Appointment of New Subcommittee

Will Hoadley-Brill is looking for change in the South Pasadena Police Department. As protests over the...

4th of July Murals | Window Displays Decorate Business District

While the 4th of July won’t be the same this year, minus a traditional pancake...

COVID Cases Spike in LA County | Closures Implemented to Combat Spread, Again

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) continues to see alarming trends...

One Case of Coronavirus Reported at City Hall

South Pasadena Public Works Director Shahid Abbas announced Wednesday night that one person in his...

House of Representatives Passes Police Reform Bill | Congresswoman Judy Chu’s Statement

MEDIA RELEASE: Yesterday, the House of Representatives voted to pass H.R. 7120, the George Floyd Justice...

Council Adopts Provisional Budget | Finance Department Receives $80,000 to Clean Up Books

The South Pasadena City Council on June 24 voted unanimously to adopt what City Manager...

Uncertainty Continues to Loom Over Fall Sports at SPHS

As uncertainty continues, some South Pasadena High athletes have begun zoom workouts in anticipation to...

Police & Fire COVID-19 Update | 10 New Cases in Past Week

As California experienced a significant rise in coronavirus cases over a two-day span, South Pasadena...

Board of Education | SPUSD Approves ‘Placeholder’ Budget

The South Pasadena Unified School District's (SPUSD) Board of Education approved the district’s proposed budget...

A World Less Certain | On Thin Ice

During the pandemic, we are all walking on thin ice, some more than others. In...

What’s Happening in Arts & Entertainment | June 26 – July 3

Premiering July 3 on Disney+ is the highly anticipated film version of Broadway’s mega-hit “Hamilton”....