A former South Pasadena High School track coach will be back in court next month in connection with charges that he groped a female student.
A beefed-up police presence was on display at South Pasadena schools when students began the school year today — a response to what authorities say was a plot by two teenage boys to carry out a massacre at the city’s high school.
The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District issued a warning to San Gabriel Valley residents to be on the lookout for an invasive species of insect called the Asian Tiger Mosquito (Ae. albopictus) which could be carrying a debilitating virus....Read More
A memorial service will be held at USC today for a Chinese graduate student who was fatally beaten while walking to his apartment near campus last week....Read More
A former teacher pleaded guilty in a child sex abuse case involving four female special education students at a Monterey Park elementary school....Read More
The San Marino 9-10 Softball All-Stars completed a magical run and finished 2nd in all of Southern California Little League.
The local girls represented San Marino and all of District 17 – including Pasadena Southwest Little League and Pasadena American Little League – in winning the Section 2 Championship in Canyon Country on July 8th....Read More
It’s almost comical to think that Loren Kleinrock began his educational career in San Marino thirty-nine years ago as a “long-term substitute.” “Long-term” still fits but the “substitute” tag has been “long-gone” for quite some time.
Great Gatsby was the official theme of San Marino High School’s graduation proceedings last Friday evening, but ‘transition’ could have made for a suitable, if far less compelling substitute as the Class of 2014, long-time educator and Superintendent Loren Kleinrock and Principal Keith Derrick all bid ‘adieu’ to Titan Town in one fell swoop.
San Marino Community Theater Company, otherwise known as SMCTC, a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization was founded with the recognition that our community could benefit from a group designed to sponsor, promote, develop and foster the performing and visual arts. In April, SMCTC offered the Richard Seymour Spring Musical Theater Workshop. On June 5th, the students performed a recital featuring songs from classic musicals for the residents at Sunrise Retirement Home in San Marino.
The California State Senate unanimously passed resolutions to apologize for past state anti-Chinese legislation and requested U.S. Congressional adoption of resolutions of apology to the Chinese American community for enactment of the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882.