A Titanic Accomplishment: SMHS Breaks Through vs. Monrovia

Head coach Mike Hobbie and the San Marino High School varsity football team are accustomed to shattering records with an unstoppable offense, but the squad broke the greatest one yet on Friday.
The Titans defeated eight-time defending Rio Hondo League champion Monrovia, 49-14, snapping the Wildcats’ 38-game winning streak against league opponents. Continue reading “A Titanic Accomplishment: SMHS Breaks Through vs. Monrovia”

SMHS Student Receives Nordstrom Scholarship

Gregory Eng was sitting in his San Marino High School classroom on Friday morning when the door opened and a crowd of people entered. The group included his parents, the school principal, the district superintendent and several others he had never seen before. Eng dropped his pencil as the room fell silent. This couldn’t be good. What had he done? Continue reading “SMHS Student Receives Nordstrom Scholarship”

SMPD Totals Seven Arrests in Two-Day Span

San Marino police officers had their handcuffs full on Oct. 4 and 5, arresting seven suspects in four unrelated incidents within city limits.
In the early hours of Oct. 4, officers arrested a Pasadena man for a vehicle stolen in Beverly Hills and also arrested two female passengers inside the vehicle on suspicion of attempted auto theft of a San Marino resident’s car. Continue reading “SMPD Totals Seven Arrests in Two-Day Span”

PFA Stresses Healthy Mindset

Stress, drugs and talkin’ goals.
Those were the topics of conversation at Partnership for Awareness’ “Not In Our Town” event last week in San Marino, as a panel of four local leaders spoke candidly about issues facing adolescents and challenged parents to re-calibrate their standards of academic expectations during a Q-and-A event co-chaired by Su Viswanathan and Ning Wu. Continue reading “PFA Stresses Healthy Mindset”