San Marino officials approved an extensive interior remodel of City Hall on Tuesday that will require city departments to relocate for six months.
Longtime Pasadena City College Board of Trustees member Geoffrey Baum will not seek re-election in November, he announced Thursday night in a letter to colleagues and supporters.
Hoping to register public support for a project blasted at full volume by a well-organized opposition, Alhambra on Tuesday reaffirmed its support for a controversial tunnel that would connect the Long Beach (710) and Foothill (210) freeways, proclaiming July 10 as “710 Day” in the city.
PASADENA — Thanks to a push from local faith-based organizations and an assist from the Pasadena Police Department, 135 guns were taken off the streets Saturday at the Pasadena Area Gun Buyback and Peace-source Fair.
SAN MARINO — The San Marino City Council was expected to award a contract to refurbish City Hall on Wednesday, but after one of the project's bidders raised concerns that another bidder did not list the name of a second-tier subcontractor who would remove asbestos, the selection of a...
Former Pasadena Unified school board member Bill Bibbiani — a plain-spoken and often contrarian figure in local politics — died Saturday at his Pasadena home after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
The San Gabriel City Council voted to seat councilman-elect Chin Ho Liao on Monday, concluding a series of public hearings sparked by a resident's election fraud complaint.
Pasadena City College may soon prohibit smoking on campus, following other colleges across California that have instituted similar bans.
After more than 15 years sleeping on the streets of Pasadena, it was a brush with death and a lengthy recovery at Huntington Memorial Hospital that helped Timothy Blakney — a persistent freeway off-ramp panhandler known as "Popeye" for his gruff voice and appearance — finally find a...
South Pasadena has been awarded $400,000 by the state to help fund a bike lane on a major thoroughfare and parking for cyclists at intersections around town.
San Gabriel Councilman-elect Chin Ho Liao was the second highest vote-getter in the city's March elections, but his first time on the council dais last week was as a witness under cross-examination.
The Rose Bowl's new premium seating pavilion has yet to open, but stadium officials say seats are already selling fast.
Don't cut planetary science funding, members of Congress
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) wants his colleagues in Congress to know that he is appalled by the failure of the Senate to pass a bipartisan bill Wednesday that would have...
Local businessman Tyron Hampton defeated elementary school teacher Ruben Hueso in Tuesday’s runoff election for an open seat on the Pasadena school board.
The two men in Tuesday’s runoff election for an open Pasadena school board seat have taken divergent paths to the ballot box.
President Obama's budget proposal, unveiled on Wednesday, would cut funding for planetary exploration at NASA by roughly $200 million, although it still funds several high profile missions being planned out of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge.
PASADENA — Renovations at the Rose Bowl, beset by escalating costs, have so far this year progressed within the new timeline and budget set for the project in January, officials said this week.
California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris is the top prosecutor in the most populous state in the nation, but she makes less than her counterparts in six other states.
An 18-year-old La Cañada Flintridge resident is running for a seat on the Pasadena Area Community College District Board of Trustees.
Opposition to a potential tunnel connecting the Long Beach (710) and Foothill (210) freeways rang loud and clear among the more than 125 Crescenta Valley residents who turned out for an outreach meeting Wednesday night.
A day after Pasadena City Manager Michael Beck defended the organization that oversees the Rose Bowl — and a renovation budget that has ballooned by $40 million — expectations among City Council members about what a pending review should entail appear to be split.
What is now turning out to be a $195-million renovation of the Rose Bowl was lowballed by roughly $50 million during a rushed process to get the massive project approved by the Pasadena City Council.
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Large cash gifts by a small number of political donors have propelled some Pasadena City Council and school board candidates to significant spending advantages over their opponents, campaign finance records show.