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  • Cal State trustees seek cure for 'bottleneck' courses

     
    They are the courses that can drive students to distraction, not to mention to failure or to drop out altogether. And the students who do poorly -- either through failing or withdrawing -- are slowing the progress of others working......
  • Fake Rockefeller: Trial focuses on dug-up backyard

     
    A friend of a man accused of killing and burying his landlady’s adult son in the mid-1980s testified Tuesday that she questioned him about a freshly dug patch of dirt in the backyard of the San Marino home. Dana Glad......
  • SoCal Edison to pay $4 million to woman injured by stray currents

     
    A jury has granted $4 million to a woman who alleged she was injured by stray electrical currents running through her Redondo Beach home that sits next to a Southern California Edison substation, her attorneys said Tuesday. Simona Wilson discovered......
  • SPORTS ROUNDUP: Tigers top Titans by 10

    BOYS WATER POLO South Pasadena 17, San Marino 7: The Tigers opened Rio Hondo League play with a statement win at home on Thursday afternoon. Wyatt Bukowski and Pierce Deamer each scored three goals apiece for the Tigers (11-4, 1-0), who are ranked...
  • SPORTS ROUNDUP: Titans, Tigers take to Clovis

    GIRLS’ CROSS-COUNTRY South Pasadena and San Marino in Clovis Invitational: South Pasadena finished 15th out of 24 teams with 337 points in the Division I Extra Large race at Fresno’s Woodward Park on Saturday. Helena Van Loan finished 13th...
  • Spartans survive Titans to extend Rio Hondo League winning streak

    LA CAŅADA FLINTRIDGE — Matchup-wise, the La Caņada High girls' volleyball team appeared to be heavy favorites going for its 62nd straight Rio Hondo League victory over a significantly smaller San Marino squad at home Tuesday. While the deck wasn'...
  • La Canada cross-country left with one option

    La Canada cross-country left with one option
    SAN MARINO — What does one soggy, lightning-filled afternoon in mid-October have to do with early November? Evidently everything for both the La Caņada High boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams and the rest of the Rio Hondo League. All...
  • Home market still sluggish

    Home market still sluggish
    Despite a tight real estate market that has seen buyers frustrated by the declining number of available homes for the past six months, prices haven't yet adjusted to the scarcity, further limiting the incentive for homeowners to sell, according to area...
  • Scary ending for La Salle's Daniel De La Torre at Mt. SAC

    WALNUT — There were no shortages of statements made at the two-day long 65th annual Mt. San Antonio College Cross-Country Invitational, even without a local champion. La Salle High senior Daniel De La Torre was the lone local to run Saturday and...
  • SPORTS ROUNDUP: Spartans volleyball wraps up 10th straight league title

    GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL La Caņada 3, Blair 0: The Spartans wrapped up their 10th straight and 22nd overall Rio Hondo League title after they swept the Vikings at Blair Tuesday, 25-4, 25-10, 25-5, and San Marino bested South Pasadena. Jenna Gray and Lauren...
  • Titans reign supreme with sweeps at Rio Hondo Tournament

    Titans reign supreme with sweeps at Rio Hondo Tournament
    TEMPLE CITY — There aren’t too many surprises in Rio Hondo League tennis, but the San Marino High girls’ squad got one in the league individual tournament, which was held at Live Oak Park in Temple City Wednesday and Thursday. The...