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April 30, 1998 | A Times Staff Writer
Times Community News, a unit of Times Mirror Co., said it signed a letter of intent to acquire the Pasadena Weekly, a community newspaper with 35,000 free circulation that serves Pasadena and surrounding communities. Terms of the deal, which must be approved by both parties, were not disclosed. "The Pasadena Weekly is a highly respected community newspaper with a fiercely loyal local following," said Robert G.
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May 5, 2006 | Carla Rivera, Times Staff Writer
A Pasadena newspaper said Thursday that it is reviewing a guest column written by the superintendent of public schools because the text contains phrases similar to a widely distributed sermon delivered years ago. The column in Thursday's edition of Pasadena Weekly written by Pasadena Unified School Supt. Percy Clark Jr. was removed from the publication's website after questions about the origin of several passages were raised, Editor Kevin Uhrich said.
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January 4, 2001 | A Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles Times has sold the Pasadena Weekly, a free community newspaper with a circulation of 35,000, to Ventura Newspaper Inc. Terms of the transaction weren't disclosed. Ventura Newspaper is the publisher of the weekly Ventura County Reporter. The Times, which is owned by Chicago-based Tribune Co., acquired the Pasadena Weekly through its Times Community News affiliate in 1998.
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January 4, 2001 | A Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles Times has sold the Pasadena Weekly, a free community newspaper with a circulation of 35,000, to Ventura Newspaper Inc. Terms of the transaction weren't disclosed. Ventura Newspaper is the publisher of the weekly Ventura County Reporter. The Times, which is owned by Chicago-based Tribune Co., acquired the Pasadena Weekly through its Times Community News affiliate in 1998.
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May 5, 2006 | Carla Rivera, Times Staff Writer
A Pasadena newspaper said Thursday that it is reviewing a guest column written by the superintendent of public schools because the text contains phrases similar to a widely distributed sermon delivered years ago. The column in Thursday's edition of Pasadena Weekly written by Pasadena Unified School Supt. Percy Clark Jr. was removed from the publication's website after questions about the origin of several passages were raised, Editor Kevin Uhrich said.
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March 28, 2001 | RICHARD WINTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A last-minute offer to buy and restore Old Pasadena's historic Raymond Theatre has prompted the City Council to delay a decision on a separate and previous proposal to convert the landmark into apartments and retail space. In a move applauded by preservationists, attorney Pierce O'Donnell, developer Harvey Knell and the Watt Commercial Properties firm recently offered $3.5 million for the theater and an adjacent parking lot.
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April 24, 1986 | DEBORAH HASTINGS, Times Staff Writer
City Director Loretta Thompson-Glickman said Tuesday that she inadvertently failed to report two personal loans, totaling $6,800 and received in 1981 and 1982, as required by state law. Public officials are required to report personal loans of more than $250 to the state Fair Political Practices Commission if the loans are received from people living or doing business in the jurisdiction represented by the official.
BUSINESS
April 30, 1998 | A Times Staff Writer
Times Community News, a unit of Times Mirror Co., said it signed a letter of intent to acquire the Pasadena Weekly, a community newspaper with 35,000 free circulation that serves Pasadena and surrounding communities. Terms of the deal, which must be approved by both parties, were not disclosed. "The Pasadena Weekly is a highly respected community newspaper with a fiercely loyal local following," said Robert G.
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