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  1. Accolades flow as Pasadena says goodbye to Mayor Bill BogaardRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA>>City business leaders bid adieu to retiring Mayor Bill Bogaard on Thursday and thanked him for the 16 years he spent helping the city flourish. Describing him an ardent champion of Pasadena's history but also a supporter of its growth, the members of the Chamber of Commerce credited much of the city's progress over the last two decades to the 77-year-old Bogaard's leadership.

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  2. Arcadia Asian group says LAPD revoked rally permit and violated their rightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Ray Chen, Board of Directors of HQH Chinese American Equalization Association speaking to media. HQH Chinese American Equalization Association members are upset that their planned Saturday protest downtown expecting over 1,000 people, has been canceled by the LAPD.

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  3. Terry Tornek will be a strong mayora for Pasadena says outgoing Mayor Bill BogaardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> A new era in the city's leadership soon will begin with the retirement of Mayor Bill Bogaard and the election of Terry Tornek as the city's new mayor. Tornek won Tuesday's runoff election with 55 percent of the votes cast.

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  4. Election 2015: Terry Tornek wins Pasadena mayora s raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> Terry Tornek will be Pasadena's next mayor and the second citywide elected mayor in the city's history. Tornek, a city councilman, received 55 percent of the votes cast in Tuesday's runoff election.

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  5. LA Operaa s a Hercules vs. Vampiresa combines cult film, new operaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Pasadena resident Patrick Morganelli wrote the opera, "Hercules vs. Vampires," which will be presented by LA Opera in Los Angeles April 23-26. Photo by Anna Webber.

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  6. Pasadena voters to choose new mayor, city council memberRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Pasadena voters on Tuesday will choose the city's first new mayor in 16 years and elect a new member of the City Council. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the runoff election between mayoral candidates Terry Tornek and Jacque Robinson and City Council District 1 candidates Tyron Hampton and Calvin Wells.

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  7. Pasadena man known as Dorje Chang believes he is Buddha and is gaining followers despite suspicionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Covina's council and city staff tour the H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Cultural and Art Museum in Covina in July. The historic building has more than 200 pieces of art on display from artist H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III.

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  8. Pasadena cancels its Earth Day festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> A yearly, city-sponsored Earth Day festival enjoyed by thousands for the past 12 years has been canceled because of a lack of leadership in the Department of Public Works, city officials and former participants said Friday. Instead of the annual Pasadena Earth and Arts Festival at Memorial Park, the city will host a much smaller, scaled-down “Earth Day Celebration” workshop on Saturday at Villa-Parke Community Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. That event will teach people about “recycling, composting, container gardening” and other hands-on skills, but it is not the full-on festival held in years past.

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  9. Pasadena cancels traditional Earth Day festival after 12 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> A yearly, city-sponsored Earth Day festival enjoyed by thousands for the past 12 years has been canceled because of a lack of leadership in the Department of Public Works, city officials and former participants said Friday. Instead of the annual Pasadena Earth and Arts Festival at Memorial Park, the city will host a much smaller, scaled down “Earth Day Celebration” workshop on Saturday at Villa-Parke Community Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. That event will teach people about “recycling, composting, container gardening” and other hands-on skills, but it is not the full-on festival held in years past.

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  10. Buddhist sect leader wanted in China, gains followers in Pasadena, Monterey ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Covina's council and city staff tour the H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Cultural and Art Museum in Covina in July. The historic building has more than 200 pieces of art on display from artist H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III.

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  11. Drought becomes focus of Earth Day in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    That may be a cliche but one that came to mind after thumbing through a file of old newspaper stories marked “Earth Day/Earth Summit/Earth Festival” with the notation “through 1991” scribbled in the top left corner. Long-time copy editor/designer Russ Schach found the bulging, white envelope and tossed it on my desk and attached this friendly sticky note: “I saw this old library file in the discard bin - thought it might provide something of value, or spark an idea for a column.

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  12. Over 2,000 turn out for Rowland Heights Community Center openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    More than 2,000 residents turned out for the grand opening of the new Rowland Heights Community Center. The $18 million complex offers 19,000 square feet of space at Pathfinder Park in the Puente Hills.

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  13. The Green Way: Of droughts and Earth Daya s pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    That may be a cliche but one that came to mind after thumbing through a file of old newspaper stories marked “Earth Day/Earth Summit/Earth Festival” with the notation “through 1991” scribbled in the top left corner. Long-time copy editor/designer Russ Schach found the bulging, white envelope and tossed it on my desk and attached this friendly sticky note: “I saw this old library file in the discard bin - thought it might provide something of value, or spark an idea for a column.

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  14. Pasadena woman fights her way free of would-be kidnapperRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> A Pasadena woman fought her way free from a would-be kidnapper who forced her into his SUV late Friday, police said. A Pasadena woman in her early-20s was walking home about 10 p.m. along Marengo Avenue, near Penn Street , when the man drove up alongside her, Pasadena police Lt.

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  15. Pasadena police looking for man who forced woman into carRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> Police in Pasadena today sought the public's in finding a man who forced a woman into his car, only to have her fight her way out and run away. Shortly after 10 p.m. Friday the victim was walking home on Marengo Avenue at Penn Street when the suspect drove alongside her and tried to speak with her, according to a news statement from the Pasadena Police Department.

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  16. Pasadena election may result in outside oversight of police departmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> After years of stops and starts in the long fight over independent police oversight, Tuesday's election might be the tipping point. A group of candidates backing the police reform could be vaulted into power and usher in changes long sought by civil rights leaders and some residents.

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  17. Court reverses decision to seal document regarding McDade shooting in PasadenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    PASADENA >> An appeals court Friday reversed its previous decision to seal a court document containing information on the independent report into the 2012 fatal police shooting of Kendrec McDade. A panel of the Second Appellate Court of Appeals had granted a March 25 request by the Pasadena Police Officers Association to seal a document filed by PPOA attorney's on March 16 in open court that included excerpts from the County of Los Angeles Office of Independent Review report on the shooting.

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  18. Penny Lane Records now giving Upland a spinRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Penny Lane stores used to dot the Southland, including high-profile shops in Old Town Pasadena and the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica. The chain, which specialized in new and used CDs, contracted in the mid-'00s and seemingly winked out of existence in 2012 when its last store, in Pasadena, closed.

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  19. Mark Phillips new interim fire chief for San Gabriel, San Marino, South PasadenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    SAN MARINO >> San Marino Division Chief Mark Phillips became the interim fire chief for San Gabriel, San Marino and South Pasadena on Thursday. Phillips, 48, replaced Jim Frawley , who served as tri-city fire chief for about a year before he left the post to become Santa Cruz's fire chief .

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  20. Central Basin Municipal Water District board makes no decision on hiring of GMRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    COMMERCE >> Central Basin Municipal Water District board members made no decision on the hiring a new general manager after interviewing three candidates Thursday. Board President Robert Apodaca said the board wants to talk to more candidates from the 20 who applied for the job.

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