The San Marino Unified School District announced at Tuesday night’s board meeting that retiring Huntington Middle School principal Dave Murray will be succeeded by Jason Kurtenbach, effective July 1.
A pharmaceutical company named in a lawsuit by former USC defensive end Armond Armstead — who alleges team doctors gave him painkillers that caused a heart attack and damaged his future potential as an NFL player — has filed a cross-complaint against the university
Lakers forward Jordan Hill and a man arrested after allegedly crashing the player’s Bentley into a Marina Del Rey condominium complex have been sued by an insurance company for damage caused to the structure....Read More
All City Centennial Celebration at Lacy Park...Read More
Nearly 30,000 design, architecture and garden aficionados are expected at the Showcase House over the next month, which raises money to fund music programs. In preparation for the public unveiling, The Courier toured this quintessential California-style residence which showcases the skill of local designers and landscapers who were tasked with transforming the house and grounds at their expenses....Read More
Tracy Mikuriya, a community liaison and community assistant for the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD), has been named the Los Angeles County Classified Employee of the Year in the category of Support Services and Security. Mikuriya, an eight year veteran of PUSD, works as a parent partnership coordinator at Marshall Fundamental Secondary School and until recently worked as a community liaison for parent engagement in the district’s Welcome Center....Read More
In This Week’s Print Edition of the San Marino Tribune…
A man accused of setting or trying to set a series of fires in Pasadena, South Pasadena and Los Angeles was charged today with 18 felony counts.
Nearly 300 people representing more than 20 organizations took part in an emergency response drill at Los Angeles International Airport today that simulated an airplane crash and roughly 100 “victims” and scattered about the area.
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY – One day before Southern Californians celebrated Earth Day, they joined together to give their cars a rest to celebrate CicLAvia. What is or was CicLAvia? It’s not just thousands upon thousands of bicyclists pedaling from Union Station to Venice Beach once a year. It was in fact inspired by ciclovia, a weekly street closure event in Bogota, Columbia, established in the 1980s.