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Tenants Union is pushing for rent control in Pasadena. Here's what that could mean for both renters and landlords.

The Pasadena Tenants Union will soon begin collecting signatures for a ballot initiative to cap rent increases at 4.5 percent per year and require landlords to pay moving costs if a tenant is evicted without adequate cause. Union members started the process last week, and they'll need more than 12,0

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 01:09:33

Pasadena's 'other' parade celebrates 40 years of zaniness today

The Occasional Pasadena Doo Dah Parade will celebrate its 40th anniversary Sunday with the usual spontaneous and improvisational zaniness. The offbeat parade - which organizers describe as "the twisted sister of the conventional Rose Parade" - will kick off at 11 a.m. in East Pasadena along Colorado


'King Charles III' at the Pasadena Playhouse blends blank verse and prose

The Pasadena Playhouse opened the second production of its centennial season, with the West Coast premiere of Mike Bartlett's Tony-nominated and Olivier Award-winning play, "King Charles III," on Nov. 12. Directed by Michael Michetti, who is currently wearing three hats in Pasadena, with this produc


SGV Man Killed In Hit-and-Run

POMONA, CA - A 46-year-old man was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Pomona, police said Tuesday. Officers responded to the area of East Grand Avenue and Reservoir Street at 8:17 p.m. Monday regarding a report of a man down in traffic lanes, lying east of the railroad tracks, according to the Pomona

PATCH - 2017-11-21 20:31:06

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck speaks out on fatal Van Nuys police shooting

A Pacoima man shot at Los Angeles police officers multiple times during and after a potential stolen vehicle pursuit before he was fatally shot by police last week in Van Nuys, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday. Beck told the Los Angeles Police Commission at its regular meeting that officers from

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-21 21:37:28

David Cassidy, former teen idol and 'Partridge Family' star, dies at 67

In this Aug. 8, 2009, file photo, actor-singer David Cassidy arrives at the ABC Disney Summer press tour party in Pasadena, Calif. Former teen idol Cassidy of "The Partridge Family" fame has died at age 67, publicist said Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Dan Steinberg, File) LOS ANGELES >> David Ca

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-22 02:37:48

Thankfully creating change for local kids with autism: Larry Wilson

Some people aren't thankful for much. That was my thought a few years ago when I heard the first of a few small-minded complaints about Pasadena supposedly having too many nonprofit organizations. Yes, the Crown City wears the per-capita crown of high-minded, well-meaning service and cultural organi

PASADENA STAR-NEWS - 2017-11-22 04:00:26

Hillsides Young Professional Group Holds Successful Fall Social Benefiting Teens

Hillsides young professional group, H100, gathered together on November 15 for its annual fall social at The Cellar: A Wine Library in Pasadena. The evening was a chance for members to mingle, introduce new guests to the group, and to answer the holiday wishes of teen who live at Hillsides' resident

PASADENANOW.COM - 2017-11-21 19:35:00

Hometown Heroes: Priscilla Robinson

Priscilla Robinson is without question one of the hardest working, and most caring, women in Bay City and Matagorda County. She had a vision and a goal of seeing that every adult who did not finish school has the chance to further their education and earn a GED or diploma. Robinson's vision for Empo


Parks Dept. unveils master plan

Bay City's residents say they want a wider variety of park amenities, more water activities and more nature trails according to the Parks Department's Master Plan presented to council Thursday. The final draft of the Bay City Parks Department's master plan took nearly a year to complete. The 123-pag


Animal control standards, practices

COLORADO COUNTY - Most populated areas, whether rural, suburban or urban, share the burden of animal overpopulation. Eagle Lake, for instance, is overpopulated with cats, and it contends with effective animal control like most rural and suburban areas throughout the county. Presently, Michael Beyett

COLORADO COUNTY CITIZEN - 2017-11-21 19:50:00

Honor veterans throughout the year

Editor, the Advocate: My husband was 40 years in the military but died last year. He was a master sergeant who pushed his recruits very hard preparing them for battle. He also was less hard on those who had minor, limited abilities but weren't lazy. This reminded me of a guest column that I saved


Needville seniors: 'Hard work finally paid off'

The road to becoming state champions has been a long one for the seniors at Needville. The seven seniors who led the Lady Jays volleyball team had been preparing for a moment like this since seventh grade and for some, even longer. "It feels good to end my high school career on such a high note," Ba

FORT BEND HERALD - 2017-11-20 15:58:00

Man accused of stealing tow truck from Farmington home

Subscribed, but don't have a login? FARMINGTON - A man is facing charges on accusations of stealing a vehicle from a Farmington residence. Michael Koning, 27, is facing felony counts of unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and burglary of a vehicle, according to court records. He is accused of stealin

FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-21 01:00:02

Four Corners sends out 1,400 Christmas shoe boxes in international gift program

FARMINGTON - More than 1,400 needy kids will have a least a shoe box full of Christmas gifts this year, thanks to local donors. Farmington's Calvary Chapel collected more than 1,400 shoe box donations over the past week for Operation Christmas Child, a gift-giving program organized by the internatio

FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-20 23:00:00

Community meals provide fellowship, food for Thanksgiving

Subscribed, but don't have a login? FARMINGTON - People looking for companionship and a hot Thanksgiving meal can stop by the Farmington Civic Center or the Aztec Senior Community Center on Thursday. The Salvation Army is presenting its annual community Thanksgiving dinner from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-21 23:00:07

Man charged with three separate felony cases in one week

FARMINGTON - A Flora Vista man was arrested and charged with three sets of criminal charges within a week of being released on a separate felony case. Ronnie James, 43, was released on Nov. 7 after his first appearance in Aztec Magistrate Court on a third-degree felony count of receiving stolen prop

FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-22 02:00:03

Boil-water advisory lifted for Harvest Gold

FARMINGTON - Residents of the Harvest Gold subdivision will be able to use their tap water without boiling it this Thanksgiving. The New Mexico Environment Department has informed the Apple Orchard Mutual Domestic Water Users Association that the boil-water advisory was lifted today, according to Ap

FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-21 23:24:22

Church-goers and faith leaders consider security measures

As church-goers throughout the country begin to rebuild that notion of safety, some are taking heightened security measures under serious consideration. "If it can happen in that little old tiny town in Bible belt USA, I guarantee you it can happen here," security presenter Bill Hall said. Packing

KOB.COM - 2017-11-21 03:23:00

Children receive new shoes courtesy of Rio del Sol Kiwanis

FARMINGTON - The Rio del Sol Kiwanis club distributed nearly 50 pairs of shoes to children on Friday at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Farmington's Hilltop location off of Troy King Road. The local location was one of five places where the Rio del Sol Kiwanis gave children shoes. Other locations included