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Pasadena Community Foundation to Award Grants for Food Distribution

Following the launch of its COVID-19 Response Fund last week, the Pasadena Community Foundation announced that it will move forward with a three-phase, rapid grant making strategy, beginning with immediate financial support for local organizations distributing food to vulnerable populations. “As we spoke with community and nonprofit leaders, many themes emerged, but chief among them were immediate food insecurity, and concerns for low-income seniors who…

Tornek, Kennedy Say They Have Been Complying With Self-Isolation Order Since Return From Trip

Mayor Terry Tornek and Councilman John Kennedy told Pasadena Now they have been doing all they can to self-quarantine since traveling abroad. “I am trying to self-isolate as much at home as I can,” Tornek…

Lawyers Unions Call for Superior Courts to Close, Rights Groups Demand Public Access

Claiming unsafe conditions related to the spread of the coronavirus, unions representing Los Angeles County public defenders, district attorneys and city attorneys called Wednesday for the immediate closure of the Los Angeles Superior Courts. “The…

Council to Meet Next Monday; Crisis, Economic Relief Expected to Dominate

The Pasadena City Council plans to hold a regular public meeting next Monday, March, 30, with items related to the coronavirus crisis — including relief efforts to help businesses clobbered by the pandemic’s economic fallout…

Election to be Certified on Friday

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced on Tuesday he will certify the March 3 election on Friday. “[The] estimated number of outstanding ballots left to be counted is 3,600 – consisting…

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Thursday, January 01 - 12:00 am y Foundation to Award Grants for Food Distribution

Thursday, January 01 - 12:00 am y Foundation to Award Grants for Food Distribution

Thursday, January 01 - 12:00 am y Foundation to Award Grants for Food Distribution

City Cannot Use Shuttered St. Luke’s Medical Center to Treat Patients

According to Mayor Terry Tornek, the city sent a team to long- shuttered St. Luke’s Medical Center to see if the hospital could be reopened…

City Officials React to Impacts of COVID-19

According to City Manager Steve Mermell, the city faces two immediate challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic – the battle to curb the spread of the…

Washington Announces Retirement As Fire Chief; Vice Mayor Hampton Calls It ‘A Push-Out’

Bertral Washington has announced his retirement as Pasadena fire chief, according to an internal email sent to department members last week and obtained by Pasadena…

Los Angeles County Announces Three New Deaths Related to 2019 Novel Coronavirus

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed three new deaths and 128 new cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). One…

Here’s What Pasadena’s Revised Safer at Home Order Allows and Does Not Allow

Here’s what’s open and what’s closed and what you can and cannot do according to the order: Besides exceptions for essential businesses, all other business are closed. Here are the exemptions: Auto repair and supply shops: including gas stations, bicycle repair shops and related facilities. Child-care: facilities providing services that enable employees exempted by this order to work. To the extent possible, child-care facilities must operate under the following mandatory conditions: Child care, with restrictions, groups of 12 or fewer. Children cannot change groups. If there is more than one group, each group should be in separate rooms. Groups shall…

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