Shuttle Flyover Wows California

Crowds turn out for historic final flight of space shuttle Endeavour.
Stardate 9.21.2012. Mission 26. Space Shuttle Endeavour makes its 26th and final flight, coming for a touchdown at Los Angeles International Airport. But unlike the other 25 missions when Endeavour flew into space, orbiting the Earth 4,671 times and logging 122,883,151 miles according […]

Future Construction Possible for Local Schools

Two-story buildings may soon replace bungalows at 11 Glendale Unified School District schools with help from a state grant program and Measure S.
The grant will match close to half of what the district will pay for the removal of aging portable buildings, like bungalows, said Alan Reising, director of Facility and Support Operations […]

One Dog Dead, Another Injured After Vicious Attack

A Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s deputy shot and killed a pit bull Monday morning after it attacked a small dog in a La Crescenta neighborhood.
The incident occurred about 9:30 a.m. when a resident was walking his two small dogs near Mountain Pine Drive and Ramsdell Avenue.
“As I approached Ramsdell and Markridge [Road heading north] […]

Falcons Get Win, Not Satisfied With Performance

Lady Falcons are winning games, though not impressively, says coach and players.
By Brandon HENSLEY
The first minute of Tuesday night’s girls’ summer league game between the Crescenta Valley Falcons and Hart Indians didn’t go so well for junior Ella Stepanian. In a span of 40 seconds she was called travelling, and then committed sloppy foul […]

Take Back Event Limits Drug Accessibility

Saturday marked the fourth nationwide Drug Take Back Day, an event which prompts regular citizens to bring in their unused and/or expired medications to certain drop off sites. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., members of the DEA, as well as various law enforcement agencies and the Crescenta Valley Drug and Alcohol Prevention […]

The Robots That Took Over Long Beach

Crescenta Valley and Clark Magnet high schools advanced to the semi-finals of the FIRST – For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology –  Regional Competition in Long Beach over the weekend.
Clark and CVHS, along with La Cañada and St. Francis high schools, all traveled to the Long Beach Arena with robots in […]

The Making of the Crescenta Valley High School Yearbook

When you are in high school, your yearbook is about getting your friends to sign and look through to share memories of the past year. When you get in college, the high school yearbook is the place you go when you are homesick for a simpler life. And when you are older, it […]

Changes Coming to North Glendale

By Brandon HENSLEY
The North Glendale community has a new model for its community planning, as City Council adopted the North Glendale Community Plan this month.
Effective Jan. 5, the area will see new regulations and guidelines for incoming projects. Council adopted a draft of the plan on Nov. 29 and also introduced new zone changes. On […]

Falcons Win ‘Classic,’ Dragovich MVP

Falcons Win ‘Classic,’ Dragovich MVP

Senior forward leads balanced attack all week as CV starts the season off on the right note.
This could be the start of something big for the Falcons’ basketball team. A beginning that can turn into another 20-win season, a Pacific League title for the first time […]

Get Out Your Lei and Best Hawaiian Shirt

It’s official: Trader Joe’s market will have its grand opening on Oct. 28 at 8 a.m.
Community members have been watching the progress of the building at 2462 Honolulu Ave. as in recent weeks trucks have been in and out of the location, the exterior façade has been completed and interior lights have revealed […]