San Marino Baseball Ready to Defend League Crown

The San Marino High baseball team is back on the field, on the mound and in the batter’s box for a new season and out to defend its Rio Hondo League title.

Chris Erskine: California: Lovely, Yet Edible

I read so slowly that I might have some disorder, kind of odd when...

San Marino Rotary Club Names Honoree for Service

The San Marino Rotary Club has announced that Mei-Lee Ney will be honored at the 43rd annual Paul Harris Luncheon on Thursday, March 14, in recognition of her outstanding service and philanthropy.

California Art Club,Old Mill Partner for Outdoor Artist Market

The California Art Club and The Old Mill are joining forces to present a...

San Marino Unified Puts Reputation on Display

More than 200 community members rallied support for San Marino Unified at the third annual State of the District event on Feb. 6. The evening gave an overview of the progress SMUSD has made in various areas, including educational services, technology, business, human resources and more.

USC-Keck Geriatric Specialist to Speak at Trojan Affiliates

USC Trojan Affiliates will host Dr. Carolyn Kaloostian, a geriatrician and associate professor at Keck School of Medicine at USC, at its March 7 meeting

San Marino Historical Society to Discuss Kathy Fiscus Tragedy

San Marino Historical Society will present a quarterly history talk on the Kathy Fiscus tragedy on Monday, Feb. 26 at the Crowell Library Barth Community Room.

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Chris Erskine: California: Lovely, Yet Edible

I read so slowly that I might have some disorder, kind of odd when you consider my ideal day is having a stack of...

SCHOOLS

San Marino Girls’ Soccer CIF Run Ends in Penalty Shootout

San Marino girls' soccer fell to Garden Grove in penalty kicks after the two teams were tied at the end of regulation, putting an end to the Titans’ season.

San Marino Unified School District Rejects Employee Claim for $8 Million; Lawsuit Likely to Follow

The San Marino Unified School District has rejected a tort claim filed against it by a San Marino High School health assistant seeking $8 million in damages.

San Marino Baseball Suffers First Setback of Season

San Marino baseball took on Burroughs in the Dave Moore Baseball Tournament on Feb. 16, trying to maintain a perfect start to their season.

San Marino Wrestling Quartet Books Trip to CIF State Championships

Four San Marino wrestlers qualified for the CIF State Wrestling Championships following top performances at the CIF Southern Section Wrestling Masters Meet.

San Marino Softball Looks to Turn Fortunes Around in New Campaign

The San Marino softball team is looking to improve this season on the back of key returners and veterans.
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Appreciative of Erskine’s Wit, Wisdom

A holiday thanks to Chris Erskine for his warm-hearted columns ushering in the new year. The Scrooge psychologist who labeled an optimist like Mr....

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Rusnak Looks in the Rearview Mirror as 90th Milestone Nears

If someone asks Paul Rusnak how he likes being in the car business, he’ll likely flash his trademark smile and kindly answer with a...

Pets Seek Forever Homes

By Dia DuVernet Special to the Tribune Pasadena Humane is proudly celebrating its 120th anniversary this year. The nonprofit was founded in 1903 to make the...

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