Resuscitated almost from the brink of extinction, San Marino High School’s football program the past three seasons has enjoyed success not experienced since the halcyon days of the late Bob Cunz. Seemingly appearing out of nowhere with the singular purpose of resurrecting Titan football, Coach Mike Hobbie has accumulated a record of 27-9, second best in school history.
Patti Buckner, a San Marino resident and Senior Vice President of Warner Bros Consumer Products, was one of three honorees at the 8th annual K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers luncheon, which was held at the Pierre Hotel in New York City.
The San Marino City Council voted 5-0 last Friday morning at a special meeting to extend by ten months a moratorium prohibiting approval of any permit or entitlement to develop property designated commercial in the land use element of the General Plan and zoned R-1....Read More
The Board of Supervisors approved funding for the replacement of Circle Drive Bridge, a century-old structure spanning Virginia Road in San Marino, announced Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich....Read More
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
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.
NEW TOCKERS: National Charity League Ticktockers from the Class of 2016 gathered to hear advice from Life Coach Jess Berger about surviving the stresses of the junior year of high school. SATs, APs, GPAs – OH MY! PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are FRONT ROW: Sara Collins, Olivia Harrigian, Grace Wallis, Erica Wei, Annelie Dahlstein, Jessica Cameron and Fiona Harrigian. TOP ROW: Natalie Hoens, Bailey Halkett, Carlin Koch, Devon Jack, Erin McCloskey, Shannon Hittner, Life Coach and speaker Jess Berger, Elizabeth Lahey, Caroline Bescoby and Gwyneth Hochhausler.
The San Marino City Council on Friday morning unanimously passed an emergency ordinance prohibiting approval of any permit or entitlement to develop property designated commercial in the land use element of the General Plan and zoned R-1 in response to a controversial application by a developer to build a nine-unit condominium complex at 415 Huntington Drive – former site of East West Bank headquarters and prior, Avery Labels.
After working for more than thirty-one years in the city, San Marino Police Chief Tim Harrigan told The Tribune over the weekend of his intention to retire from the post on December 31.