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Despite optimistic projections of increased state funding for public education next year, Pasadena Unified school board members this week approved layoffs for 96 full- or part-time educators. Although many of the layoffs could still be rescinded after...
Police will mount an increased presence at Pasadena High School on Thursday and Friday in response to an anonymous threat of violence on the campus in the form of a note, schools and public safety officials said. The note did not specify who might...
Pasadena Unified officials are struggling to find about $10 million in cuts to balance next year's budget amid concerns that school board members didn't issue enough teacher layoff notices to get the district through a worst-case funding scenario....
The Pasadena City Council on Tuesday appointed developer Joel Bryant to temporarily fill the seat at the dais left vacant after Chris Holden was elected to the state Assembly. Bryant is a member of the board of directors for the Rose Bowl Operating Co....
More than 750,000 Americans have signed a petition to let their states secede from the U.S.A. since the Nov. 6 election, including people from Alaska, Maryland, Texas, Iowa and Vermont. And many of them, or at least their leaders, are claiming they're...
George Wiley has spent a lot of time thinking about what could go wrong at a Rose Bowl Game. He worked for the Pasadena Police Department for 40 years, the last seven as a lieutenant in charge of event planning. In that time, he saw more than a...
The El Sereno Avenue home where two men died in a Nov. 1 explosion and fire was under investigation by city officials over allegations of illegal construction and substandard living conditions that date back to 2003, according to city records. At the...
With the dust settling after the Nov. 6 elections, one group is looking like the biggest losers of all — Christian conservatives. Writing for Religious News Service, David Gibson says that “the religious right encountered defeat at almost...
Two men are dead, one may face the death penalty, and the home allegedly set ablaze in a fatal Nov. 1 incident has been described by one city official as a longtime “problem property.” On Tuesday, a team of officials with various city...
Pasadena City Council members voted last week to give themselves and many city workers a 3% salary increase next year, offsetting pension reforms that will cost municipal employees but save taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. Two council...
The El Sereno Avenue home where two men died during an explosion and fire early Thursday morning appears to have been illegally operating as a boarding house, and officials are investigating whether the condition of the property played a role in the fire,...
Pasadena City Council members voted Monday to give themselves and many city workers a 3% salary increase next year, offsetting pension reforms that will cost municipal employees but save taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. Two council members...
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