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  • Two Arrested, Two Stolen Cars Recovered

    PASADENA, CA – Wednesday, August 3, 2011, about 2:00 a.m. in the morning, Pasadena Police Officers observed two Honda Civics stopped on Mountain Street near the 210 freeway off-ramp. They watched the driver of one car get out and get into the passenger ...
  • Crimestoppers Requesting Assistance in Fire Investigation

    PASADENA, CA – On July 31st at 2:19 a.m. police and fire personnel responded to a fire in the 100 Block of S. San Marino Avenue. Upon arrival, firefighter’s and officer’s saw fire to the rear of the main property. Firefighters were able to extingui...
  • Sheriff Investigating Domestic Violence Murder

    Sheriff's Homicide investigators are continuing their investigation into the stabbing death of a San Gabriel Valley woman. No arrests have been made yet, however, investigators will be speaking with a person of interest. The death appears to be related t...
  • Sheriff's Seeking Community Assistance

    Sheriff's Homicide investigators are seeking the help of the public for information in the investigation of a homicide where a man's body was found on a bicycle path in the city of South Gate. Investigators are asking the public for help in identifying th...
  • Schiff Condemns Partial FAA Shutdown . . .

    . . . Calls on Airlines to Pass Savings onto Passengers Washington, DC – Today, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) expressed his frustration with the House Majority for breaking for August recess without passing a clean FAA reauthorization bill and sent a letter ...
  • NAACP President Challenges Nation's Leadership to Preserve Key Services for Most Vulnerable Americans

      President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous: “Let the Tax Cuts Expire.” Condemns Coordinated Extremist Push to Roll Back Voting Rights (LOS ANGELES, CA) – In his keynote address during the First Plenary Session of the 102nd Annual NAACP Conve...
  • Introducing FUNdraising Good Times

    Welcome to FUNdraising Good Times. This is your place for how-to get information on the often mysterious topic of fundraising. FUNdraising Good Times is written for those who manage, work for, or provide volunteer leadership for non-profit organizations a...
  • Vegetable Cheese Casserole

    One day, I really wanted cheesy veggies.  Like a little kid, I wanted my vegetables to taste, well, not like vegetables.  I wanted to have flavor and there is nothing more flavorful, nor comforting, than fat.  Cheese and butter fat to be ex...
  • High School Graduates - LISTEN UP!

    “When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child.  When I grew up, I put my childish ways behind me.”  1 Cor. 13:11 Now that you’ve graduated from high school, I hope you are taking positive step...
  • Acceptance

    I accept myself completely.  I accept my strengths and my weaknesses, my gifts and my shortcomings, my good points and my faults. I accept myself completely as a human being.   I accept that I am here to learn and grow, and I accept that I...
  • Seeds From The Sower

    After his crowning, a king commissioned his artists to hang a silver bell in his tower. “I’ll ring the bell with my hand,” he said, “only when I’m happy.” Anxiously the people waited for the ringing of the bell, but it was silent for years. ...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    MAGIC JOHNSON - Johnson has been careful to point out that the Dodgers are not yet up for sale. However, he did say that he would be very interested in putting together a group to buy them, if the team is ever on the market. Johnson is a proven winner, wi...
  • Penny-Wise and Pound-Foolish About Estate Planning

    Most of us have heard the term “penny-wise and pound-foolish”, an idiom with British roots.  A penny is a small amount of money and a (British) pound is a much larger amount of money.  "Penny-wise, pound-foolish" is to be cautious (wise) wit...
  • How Much Will It Cost To Start Your Business?

    If you were to total up every cost involved in getting a business started and running smoothly, you would probably would never start.  Funny but true. Start-ups are tough, especially if you don’t have a bundle of money. But they are well worth the...
  • Is Europe For “Us”?

    When I grew up some of my friends took trips to Europe like they were going to another state. It was not a big deal. Many had been to multiple countries by the time that they graduated from high school. It took me a little longer to get there, but once I ...
  • Sandra Thomas, New Council Chair:

    First African American Female Leader of Altadena Town Council At the Tuesday, July 19th Altadena Town Council meeting, by unanimous vote, Dr. Sandra E. Thomas became the first African American female elected to Altadena’s highest office, Chairperson of...
  • A Sugar Coated Satan Sandwich With Strychnine on the Side:

    Will the Debt Ceiling Fix Bring Double Dip Recession? Our country appears to have avoided default on our debt, based on a deal that was cut Sunday night, and negotiations that will begin Monday morning.   Of course, as I write this, there may w...
  • Conyers Calls the HALT Act An Attack on the President

    Today, House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member John Conyers, Jr. (D-Mich.) called H.R. 2497, the "Hinder the Administration's Legalization Temptation Act", which would suspend the authority of the Executive Branch to use current immigration law to grant ...
  • Correction to Star-News

    On July 25th, the Pasadena Star-News incorrectly printed “And, the business has the support of City Councilwoman Jacque Robinson, who represents District 1,” referencing the new hydroponic store on Lincoln Avenue. This statement is a broad overstateme...
  • West Nile Virus Risk Higher This Year

    West Covina, CA (August 1, 2011) – The San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District continues to identify additional evidence of West Nile virus (WNV) transmission.  Mosquitoes collected at the District headquarters in West Covina, and...

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