Shaken by George Floyd’s televised death at the hands of a problem cop in Minneapolis on May 25, the Pasadena City Council’s Public Safety Committee (PSC) agreed to consider civilian oversight of local police at it’s meeting...Read More
Author: Kevin Uhrich
Despite recent criticisms about the city’s handling of the high number of COVID-19-related deaths occurring at skilled nursing homes and assisted living facilities, a consultant’s report on the response to the pandemic praised...Read More
Man’s family sues Glendale nursing facility alleging elder abuse, negligence and willful misconduct in coronavirus death
The family of a 77-year-old Ricardo Saldana, who got sick while living at the Glenhaven Healthcare...Read More
City health officials spent much of a recent weekend doing virtual inspections of local nursing...Read More
Easing Back to Normal Few retailers participate in city’s ‘soft opening’; council opens Rose Bowl loop with conditions A drive through the city’s main business districts Sunday was akin to visiting a ghost town. Very few people...Read More
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