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Sexual Battery Arrest

Sexual Battery Arrest

On Friday, the Glendale Police Dept. arrested a man for sexual battery allegedly committed at a local 99 Cents Only store. Detectives believe there are more victims and are urging those who have any information to come forward.
The investigation started on May 13 when two adult female victims, independent from each other, reported having their [...]

CVWD Changes Outdoor Watering Restrictions

CVWD Changes Outdoor Watering Restrictions

In response to improvements in the Crescenta Valley Water District’s available water supplies and reductions in the state mandated conservation target, CVWD will change from “Orange Water Conservation Alert” to “Yellow Water Conservation Alert” effective Thursday, May 26.
Limitations on outdoor watering will change from two days per week to three days per week: Tuesday, Thursday [...]

Scene In L.A.

Scene In L.A.

It’s May, it’s May, that glorious holiday – the lusty month of May – and just look at all the shows blooming in our local theaters this month:
By Steve ZALL and Sid FISH
May 2016
It’s May, it’s May, that glorious holiday – the lusty month of May – and just look at all the shows blooming [...]

Digital Copy 05.19.16

Digital Copy 05.19.16

Here is the paper for Thursday, May 19, 2016. Check back every Friday to get your copy on your computer, Smartphone, eReader or tablet to take with you on-the-go! If it works or doesn’t work on your device, let us know and we can make a note of it to improve the experience, or if [...]

Fueled by Memories

Fueled by Memories

The annual LASD Memorial Torch Relay Run is a chance to honor the memories of those who died serving their communities.
By Mary O’KEEFE

 
 
The LASD 39th Annual Memorial Torch Relay Run was held from May 13 to May 15. The run honored the memory of members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. who sacrificed their [...]

Concerns Continue for Deukmejian Project

Concerns Continue for Deukmejian Project

 
By Mary O’KEEFE
There have been some concerns voiced by CVW readers regarding Deukmejian Wilderness Park, including the Le Mesnager barn, and the funds that had been appropriated for a restoration project of the property.
In recent meetings, budget discussions between Glendale City Manager Scott Ochoa and some city councilmembers have been confusing. Some of that confusion [...]

Program Makes Voting Easier

Program Makes Voting Easier

By Mary O’KEEFE
The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced this week a new program that will allow voters to use a will-call ballot pick-up and ballot drop-off service throughout L.A. County for the June 7 primary.
The program will launch on May 28. Voters will have the option to request a Vote by [...]

WEATHER IN THE FOOTHILLS

WEATHER IN THE FOOTHILLS

“A great sea fog is not homogenous – its density varies; it is honeycombed with streets, it has its caves of clear air, its cliffs of solid vapour, all shifting and changing place with the subtlety of legerdemain.”    ~ Henry de Vere Stacpoole, “The Blue Lagoon”
  It’s that time of year again, albeit a [...]

Grab a Jacket – Looks Like a Cool Prom Plus

Grab a Jacket – Looks Like a Cool Prom Plus

I can’t believe that it is already time for Crescenta Valley High School’s prom. If you’re out and about early this Saturday night, no doubt you’ll be seeing some of CV’s finest youth dressed “to the nines” and ready to head to the Ronald Reagan Library where this year’s prom is being held.
I remember when [...]

IN Brief

IN Brief

Scholarships, Candidates on CVTC Agenda
Tonight, Thursday, May 19, Kathryn Barger, candidate for the Board of Supervisors 5th District, will speak at the CV Town Council Meeting about issues important to the Crescenta Valley.
The CV Town Council will also be awarding scholarships to the youth of our community. All are invited in recognizing these students’ accomplishments.
Also [...]


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