Gentle, soothing, pre-holiday music wafted over the sound system inside the Kenneth F. White Auditorium at Huntington Middle School on Monday night while warm-colored, calming landscapes floated across the projection screen as members of the San Marino City Council, Planning Commission and more than two hundred residents took their places for a special meeting to discuss the controversial Housing Element of the city’s General Plan.
A judge says he is inclined to deny Pasadena’s motion to dismiss a cross-complaint by owners of a pub who want the city to share any potential liability for a woman’s injuries suffered during an electrical accident.
US Vice President Joe Biden will meet Japanese leaders Tuesday, with Tokyo hoping for some fulsome backing in its vicious territorial spat with China....Read More
The United States Monday urged Beijing to scrap new aviation arrangements set up by its new air defense zone which Washington has denounced as confusing and likely to increase the risk of accidents....Read More
The United States on Wednesday pressed its concerns over China’s newly declared air defense zone, a day after American B-52s flew over the disputed area in the East China Sea....Read More
“I am finally proud to say that I have served my country,” a well-dressed man said, his military cap properly tilted to the right, a medal pinned to the breast of his navy blue blazer. “I haven’t worn the color green for thirty years. I remember when we would come back to the United States. When the plane landed, we would run into the bathroom of the airport to change out of our uniforms. We were ashamed to be a part of the United States Armed Services.”...Read More
A capacity crowd filled the entire Barth community room at the city’s most recent city council event Wednesday, voicing their opposition to thoughts of potential livable area expansion beneath the surface of new homes.
The clock in Nam Jack’s kitchen was about to strike twelve – just a few minutes short of turning an Election Tuesday into a Waiting Wednesday – when word finally arrived that San Marino’s voters had been quantified.
Three seats on the San Marino Unified School District Board of Education are in play next Tuesday, November 5. The election features two incumbents and two newcomers vying for the three seats.
The husband of Montebello’s mayor is scheduled to be arraigned Nov. 7 on six felony counts of selling methamphetamine near a school, the District Attorney’s Office announced today.