With much of the news dedicated to the capture of suspected murderer Christopher Dorner this week, and the funerals and memorials of his victims, there were also many important stories local to the San Marino area this week. Just in case you missed them this week, here are our Top Five stories.
- San Marino's Centennial celebration . The event is on Saturday, April 27 from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. People are invited to enjoy train rides, pony rides, a juggler, balloon artist, photo booth, and more.
- Our crime mapping feature shows 18 crimes committed within a two miles radius of San Marino's center over a two-week period, including three vehicle break-ins and a burglary on Tuesday in a southern Pasadena neighborhood nearby the Huntington.
- Photographer and San Marino resident Andrew Bernstein has an L.A. Kings photo exhibit opening up at the Staples Center.
- A private church school in Arcadia was shut down temporarily this week because the pastor is related to somebody named in the Chris Dorner manifesto. The school has resumed classes following Dorner's death in a shoot-out with police in San Bernardino County.
- If you missed it, there was a of whether the Huntington's plans to renovate and expand would affect the quality of life in San Marino or not.