Monthly Archives: September, 2016

Tree Mishap Effects Change in Policies

A case of mistaken identity and the near loss of a heritage oak tree prompted the city of San Marino to revise its policy...

Council Stands Pat on Business Zoning Issue

A tussle over zoning on Huntington Drive divided the community last week — and, ultimately, the City Council, too. Faced with a discrepancy between...

St. Edmund’s Parishioner to Sell His Late Wife’s Art at Fair

Augusta Sue Arnall Made Sketches Based On Hallucinations Caused by Charles Bonnet Syndrome When Augusta Sue Arnall kept seeing a woman peering toward her from behind...

Bank Settles In as New President, CEO of Pasadena Humane Society

New Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA President and CEO Julie Bank still keeps a portrait on her desk of the man who inspired her...

Obituary: Joscelle Shen

Joscelle Shen, a devoted daughter, wife, mother and beloved member of the Saint Mark’s School community, passed away at age 45 on Tuesday, Sept....

ACS Honoree Okum Shined in Shadow of 9/11

How fitting that the American Cancer Society chose the Rose Bowl as the site of its Hope Scores Gala this Saturday. One of the...

Everything’s Up for Grabs in Lady Titans’ Volleyball World

Graduation is typically the time of year when high school coaches truly realize their task for the next season as cap and gowned students...

SMPD Has Home Burglary Suspect In Custody

The San Marino Police Department has a burglary suspect, Reginald Jufus Lamar Ross, 34, of Hawthorne, in custody. Ross may be connected to a possible...

Chamber Hosts Luncheon to Honor Police, Fire Personnel

San Marino Chamber of Commerce is once again hosting a luncheon honoring two members of the city’s public safety personnel. San Marino Police Department Sgt....

Danny Excited for ‘Fall Classic for The Farm’

Two celebrities are scheduled to appear on Saturday, Sept. 24 at San Marino High School for a fundraiser to benefit ‘Danny’s Farm:’ former Major...
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