Fiesta Days, according to the LCF Chamber of Commerce website, is an annual Memorial Day celebration hosted by the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce & Community Association. It was founded in 1973 to celebrate the Spanish heritage of our community during the week of Cinco de Mayo. It has since become an all-encompassing and […]
The La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses held its annual Bingo Night on April 22 at the LCF Community Center. Tyler Wright, president of YMCA of the Foothills, was the emcee for the evening. Dena Hardin was the LCFTRA chair who organized the event that had over 80 people in attendance. The participants enjoyed Dinah’s […]
The La Cañada Kiwanis Club announced that it will be honoring Donald Voss as this year’s La Cañadan of the Year on May 4. Everyone is welcome and reservations are required.
Voss’ public service activities have included board memberships and chairmanships with two American Red Cross entities, the San Gabriel Valley Chapter and the Consortium of […]
Contributors are Paul D. Fitzgerald, Bruce Millstein, Chad Runnels, and Tony Ponce.
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La Cañada Gladiators v. El Sereno Stallions
(Teams do not keep Score)
No report received.
La Cañada 35, El Sereno 6
The La Cañada Gladiator Gremlins returned to their winning ways Sunday with a 35-6 victory over the El Sereno Stallions in an Arroyo League […]
Free mammograms will be available during the month of October for the first 100 callers at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. The mammograms will be offered on a first come, first serve basis and must be completed by October 30, 2015.
Mammograms are the best method to detect breast cancer early when it is easier to treat […]
Today, Rep. Schiff congratulated La Cañada High School for being recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School and released the following statement:
“I want to congratulate the students, teachers, school board members and administrative staff on the occasion of La Cañada High School being named a Blue Ribbon school. Every year, the National Blue Ribbon award graces the entrances of […]
Assemblyman Mike Gatto and Senator Ted Gaines announced the passage of SB 168, legislation which would protect forests, property and the lives of citizens, firefighters and emergency personnel from drone interference, passed the legislature and is now headed to the Governor. Senate Bill 168 will increase fines for drone use that interferes with firefighting and emergency […]
A “contained” stand-off in La Tuna Canyon has prompted Los Angeles Police Dept. to close several streets in the area, according to LAPD spokesman.
The suspect is not yet in custody but the LAPD Foothill Division stated there was no danger to residents.
The closures include: La Tuna Canyon exit off the Foothill (210) freeway. No traffic […]
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for Southern California through Friday, September 11th. Glendale Water & Power is encouraging all customers to conserve as much energy as possible this week without jeopardizing their health or the health of their pets.The most effective way to reduce power usage is to set air […]
By Mary O’KEEFE
UPDATE: 2:30 p.m.
A Message from LASD:
We lost a wonderful deputy last night – Deputy Cecilia Hoschet
“We lost a wonderful deputy last night,” said Sheriff Jim McDonnell. “Deputy Cecilia Hoschet impressed everyone she met at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department with her positive and helpful approach to her work. She enjoyed being a […]