Monthly Archives: December, 2020

FSHA Breaks Barriers With Streamed Virtual Fall Play

Although every industry has been affected by this pandemic, one thing will always ring true: the human need to connect through art. Though in-person...

Pasadena Students Celebrated for Research Project

Parents, teachers and superintendents came together recently for an award ceremony honoring local high school students who were part of Youth Research Vox. The...

PCF’s Yes, Virginia Grants Benefit 11 Local Nonprofits

Despite a year of hardship, Pasadena Community Foundation was able for the 26th consecutive year to bring the magic of Christmas to a number...

Bertha Amelia Hernandez

Bertha will be remembered by all that knew her as a very special person who against all odds accomplished much, who gave much whenever she had the opportunity, and who asked for very little in return.

Food Bank Struggles to Fill Shelves as Hunger Spreads

By Nina AghadjanianGlendale News-Press After nine months of COVID-19 and a third wave underway, the need for food assistance has reached unprecedented levels, sending Los...

Four Join Cancer Support Community Pasadena Board

Cancer Support Community Pasadena has announced the appointment of four new members to the organization’s board of directors: Ellen Knell, Vicki Laidig, George Mack...

Bachmann Collaboration Building Completed at Flintridge Prep

The new Bachmann Collaboration Building at Flintridge Preparatory School was recently completed by C.W. Driver Companies, a premier builder serving California since 1919. Serving grades...

STEAM:Coders Seeks Laptops, Chromebooks for Students

STEAM:Coders, a Pasadena-based nonprofit organization that gives underserved students an opportunity to enhance their skills regarding computers, coding and the internet, is in desperate...

Local College Student’s Tech Company Addresses COVID Safety

Troy Bonde, an Altadena resident who is a junior at USC, is responding to the need for COVID-19 safety precautions by selling state-of-the-art hand...

Huge Gift Is a Building Block for Salvation Army

Heading into Christmas, the Salvation Army Pasadena Tabernacle will be rejoicing for all to hear, and perhaps a little more exultantly this year. That might...
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