San Marino Sponsors 13 Republic of San Marino Special Olympics Athletes

The San Marino City Council is sponsoring all 13 athletes participating in the Special Olympics from the Republic of San Marino. The cost for each athlete is $250, which covers the cost of room, board and entertainment while they stay in the host town. The council originally budgeted $2,500 in the council hospitality account, but increased it to $3,250 total to cover these costs at the July 8 city council meeting.   Read More

Arcadians to host 87 Special Olympic Athletes This Week

More than 300 Arcadia volunteers, organizations, business members of the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce, City of Arcadia and Arcadia Unified School District are coming together this week to ensure a memorable first impression of the United States, California and Arcadia for 87 Special Olympics World Games athletes, coaches and mentors from the Caribbean dual-island country of Trinidad and Tobago as well as the Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan).   Read More

San Marino Motor Classic A Success

Photo by Judith Ann Warren More than 200 classic and collector cars were on display on Sunday, June 14 at the 2015 San Marino Motor Classic at Lacy Park. Beneficiaries of the annual fundraiser are the San Marino Rotary, Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA, and the Petersen Automotive Museum. Read More

San Marino Chamber of Commerce Event Canceled

The San Marino Chamber of Commerce’s “Evening at the Huntington” event scheduled for Thursday, May 14 at from 5 - 7:30 p.m. has been canceled due to the threat of inclement weather. It may be rescheduled to a later date. Read More

West Covina Woman Wins Tinker Bell Half Marathon

Lenore Moreno of West Covina won Sunday's fourth annual  Tinker Bell Half Marathon through the Disneyland Resort and streets of Anaheim in a race-record time of one hour, 15 minutes, 55 seconds for her first half-marathon victory. Read More

Huntington Middle School Hosts Mini Relay for Life

Sophia Schaefer, 10, and Jill Gulick complete a quiz on cancer during the mini Relay for Life, held at Huntington Middle School on March 13. An estimated 1.66 million people in the United States will develop cancer in 2015. Nearly 589,500 will die from cancer this year. As 12-year-old Lawrence Chung ran around the Huntington Middle School track field on Friday, he read different signs that presented facts like these, provided by the American Cancer Society. Chung, along with about 150 people, ran a mini Relay for Life. Read More