Monthly Archives: August, 2021

Tallyrand Named District’s Small Business of the Year

Photo courtesy office of Assemblywoman Laura Friedman California Rep. Laura Friedman poses with Karen Ross, co-owner of Tallyrand. Ross and her brother, co-owner Mark Thomas,...

GCC: Staff, Students on Campus Must Get Vaccine

Officials with Glendale Community College made the institution the latest this week to enact a mandate to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to...

City Council Discusses Electing Mayor, Creating Districts

Following a lively discussion on whether the city ought to develop dedicated City Council districts and potentially make the mayor’s seat an elected position,...

City Salutes Softball All-Stars

Emergency sirens pierced an otherwise serene Friday evening at Lacy Park last week, but the recognizable sound existed to bring attention to the conquests...

San Marino Boy Creates Camp to Honor Brother

A few years ago, San Marino resident Luke Aloe noticed that many teenagers with special needs within his community felt isolated.Inspired by Dominic, his...

Patience, Persistence Pay Off in Arson Case

At the time, it seemed like just another car fire — not that such an occurrence is commonplace in town.San Marino’s Engine 91 had...

Torres, Titans Ready to Get Rolling

After enduring a six-month delay to begin the pandemic-abbreviated high school football season this past spring, the Titans and new head coach Ray Torres...

Elementary School Kids Test Positive for COVID-19 After First Week

A total of four students from both of the local elementary schools tested positive on Monday for COVID-19, school officials said in a statement. All...

Man Experiencing Homelessness Riles Residents

Community members have been shaken by the presence of a man who is experiencing homelessness and has been living near Huntington Middle School and...
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