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NORTHRIDGE — In its previous three games prior to Sunday, it had combined to score a staggering 57 runs. It thought it had enough offense to contend for a Section 2 Tournament championship. Its offense was finally halted in the past two days, as...
SAN MARINO — With a roster loaded with 12 seniors riding the school’s best run in years, forgive the San Marino High boys’ volleyball team for wanting to extend its season just a little bit longer. The interesting thing Thursday night...
SAN MARINO — The San Marino City Council was expected to award a contract to refurbish City Hall on Wednesday, but after one of the project's bidders raised concerns that another bidder did not list the name of a second-tier subcontractor who...
Tags: Environmental Issues
On May 1, 1994, racing legend Ayrton Senna died in a crash in the San Marino Grand Prix, a tragedy that affected Formula One in much the same way as Dale Earnhardt's death affected NASCAR. Senna, a 34-year-old Brazilian, had won three world titles...
Tags: NASCAR, Open-Wheel Racing, Auto Racing, Ayrton Senna
Only a few days removed from triumphing at the Rio Hondo League Individual Tournament, San Marino High tennis players Danny Gealer, Robert Carter and James Wade looked for more glory at the 113th Ojai Valley Junior Tournament. Carter and Gealer, like...
The last time "Pearls Before Swine" cartoonist Stephan Pastis walked the halls of San Marino's K.L. Carver Elementary School, he was an 11-year-old, practical-joke-loving fifth-grader with a penchant for irreverent doodling — things like the Ty-D-...
He mixed with the well-to-do in the upscale suburb of San Marino, proclaiming himself an English baronet who taught film at USC. He briefly settled in a wealthy Connecticut enclave, convincing locals he was a successful television producer. He talked...
A former San Marino couple has donated $2 million for the second-phase construction of the Chinese Garden at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens. The donation by Judy Yin Shih and Joel Axelrod, who now live in Oregon, will fund...
Tags: Human Interest
OJAI — Corona del Mar High senior Alec Adamson is the last Newport-Mesa athlete still in contention at the prestigious 113th annual Ojai Tennis Tournament. But Adamson still strives for more. He'll be playing at the tournament's showcase venue,...
TEMPLE CITY — Coming into the Rio Hondo League Individual Tournament, San Marino boys' tennis Coach Melwin Pereira challenged his squad based on what he saw the girls’ squad accomplish in October. “I was trying to get them going, I...
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