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Expectations remain high again for South Pasadena High’s girls’ swimming team, coming off a season in which the Tigers claimed the Rio Hondo League crown. The program has innumerable goals, from individual records to school-best marks, and...
With the amount of talent that graduated from last year, it wouldn’t be unreasonable to assume that 2013 may be a transition year for boys’ volleyball in the Pasadena area. Yet, the seven local squads who waved goodbye to playmakers and...
PASADENA - While a torn rotator cuff potentially cost Muir High senior Addison Farmer a chance at a Division I college football scholarship, the injury is not preventing the lineman from competing at the next level. Farmer announced that he recently...
The findings of an analysis of the Rose Bowl renovation project that a lowball construction cost estimate is responsible for repairs going massively over budget demonstrates that there is too great a disconnect between the Rose Bowl Operating Co. and...
A coalition of four neighborhood groups filed a lawsuit against the Pasadena City Council on Thursday seeking to overturn an ordinance that could allow for professional football games at the Rose Bowl. The Linda Vista – Annandale Assn., San Rafael...
A year of championships, suspensions and seemingly endless tension dominated the Pasadena-area sports scene in 2012. While the writers and editors of the Pasadena Sun came up with a list of 30 impact events that took place within the coverage area,...
The gunshots that took Kendrec McDade’s life on March 24 have echoed throughout the year in Pasadena. The Azusa teen was running down Sunset Avenue after allegedly serving as a lookout in a Northwest Pasadena car burglary when he neared two...
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...
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San Marino High alumnus Bill Redell announced his retirement as head coach at NCAA Division III Occidental College on Wednesday after one season with the Tigers. The College Football Hall of Famer, who formerly coached at St. Francis and won eight CIF...
As city officials move ahead with plans to bridge a $30-million funding gap for renovations at the Rose Bowl, the next hurdle for bringing professional football to the stadium may be a legal one. Following more than five hours of debate, Pasadena City...
After more than five hours of debate, Pasadena officials early Tuesday morning cleared the way to begin negotiations with the NFL that could bring professional football to the Rose Bowl for as long as five years. Roughly 120 people packed the meeting at...
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