Two bank robbers made short work of the OneWest Bank in San Marino on July 28, brandishing a gun, rifling some cash drawers and making their escape even before a 911 call could be placed.
“It was a pretty quick in-and-out,” Police Chief John Incontro said Monday.
The armed robbery occurred just before 2 p.m., according to the SMPD, when two African American men walked through the front door of the bank at 900 Huntington Drive. There were no customers in the branch at the time, Incontro said. Continue reading “Armed Robbers Hit Local Bank in Daylight”
Wearing a yellow-and-white dress, with replica stickers of San Marino fire and police badges affixed to the front, little Chanelle Hong looked around the City Hall chambers and seemed to wonder what all the fuss was about.
The tears of gratitude that welled in the eyes of her mom, Amy Zhang, left no doubt about that, however. Continue reading “1st Responders Honored for Swimming Pool Rescue”
As the San Marino Unified School District prepares for the start of school in 11 days, it has refined the scope of its instruction — from Twitter to Twain.
The 2016-17 school year, which begins Aug. 15, will reflect further expansion of computer science offerings and the adoption of a new English language arts curriculum. The district will also broaden mindfulness training at the high school, and will unveil an improved mobile app to give parents better access to information about their children’s education. Continue reading “SMUSD Tweaks Instruction for 2016-17”
The clock has started for county officials to make a determination about the decades-long tug-of-war over the students living in the Sagebrush area of La Cañada Flintridge. Continue reading “Sagebrush Petition Certified by County”
Did you see him? He was right there, in the thick of it, at the turbulent center of the political universe.
If you tuned in to the Republican National Convention last week, you easily might have spotted Riley Owen. The 2016 La Cañada High School graduate was a regular presence on the floor at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, in the mix with delegates and political stars and pundits, soaking up the history as it was being written. Continue reading “Memorable Experience at the RNC”
The chatter in the room was telling:
“Oh, my god, Kelsey, this is so cute!” one girl exclaimed.
“Ow!” another said.
“Adorable!” a third girl announced.
“Oopsies,” a fourth girl said. Continue reading “Learning This Skill is Soooo Fun!”
By Avery Yang
The morning sun glitters off the many model granite countertops — some gray, some black, some an off-beige — on display at Coram Design Center. Continue reading “LCHS Grad Seeks to Fuse Non- and For-Profit Worlds”
The following was written by Saira Singh, special to the Outlook.
The recent sweltering summer mornings have not deterred the Diggers, a garden club whose devoted members make certain the grounds of San Marino’s Old Mill are well tended throughout the year.
A nonprofit organization founded in 1924, the club includes approximately 30 active women members who oversee maintenance of the historic building’s landscape. Continue reading “Old Mill is Horticultural Gem, Thanks to the Diggers”
It’s happening with police officers all across the country, and it’s no different for those who wear the uniform of the San Marino Police Department. They look over their shoulder more frequently. Survey their surroundings more carefully when driving in the field. Approach a potentially violent situation with a heightened degree of caution. Continue reading “National Climate Leaves SMPD a Little More Wary”
That bachelor’s degree in engineering science is already coming in handy for Michael Lin, who took over as Carver Elementary School’s principal at the beginning of this month. Continue reading “Lin Engineers Upgrades as Carver’s New Principal”