Monthly Archives: May, 2020

Senior College Athletes Also Shut Down

Often overlooked during the pandemic are some of the college spring season athletes who lost out on their swan songs. These eight members of...

Portantino: ‘Every Idea’ on the Table for Recovery

In a recent public appearance — well, virtual public appearance — state Sen. Anthony Portantino offered a glimpse at what reopening California is slated...

School Board Reduces Staff by More Than 30 Positions

The San Marino Unified School District Board of Education last week approved the layoff of 30.5 full-time classified employee positions in an effort to...

SMSF’s Campaign In Race Against Time

It’s an unfortunate irony, but just one day ahead of California’s acknowledgement of the “Day of the Teacher,” the San Marino school board will...

Firefighters Battling Invisible Enemy

San Marino Fire Chief Mario Rueda has been preaching the same narrative for more than two months whenever he is asked about the condition...

SMHS Girls Offer to Shop for Those In Need

Two San Marino High School sophomores are seeking to help out some of the most vulnerable citizens in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Alexa...

Lacy Park Staying Open After All as County Leaders Ease Restrictions

After initially planning to close Lacy Park for Mother’s Day in an effort to ensure social distancing was maintained during the holiday, San Marino...

Congressman Honors Inspiring Women

Congressman Adam Schiff honored 15 inspiring women from communities in the 28th Congressional District, including Burbank. Historically, congressional offices honor their districts’ “Women of the...
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