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Traffic Safety Study Sheds Light on Distracted Driving

Traffic Safety Study Sheds Light on Distracted Driving

By Mary O’KEEFE
Traffic is a way of life in Southern California and, unfortunately, Crescenta Valley has been experiencing more traffic than residents are used to thanks to the Foothill (210) Freeway construction. Mix with rain and there is the perfect recipe for traffic collisions. But even without the rain and traffic, there is another increasing [...]

‘Bingo’ was the Word of the Night

‘Bingo’ was the Word of the Night

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY

n estimated 180 people filled the council rooms of USC Verdugo Hills Hospital on Saturday night, all hoping to be yelling out the word “bingo!” to win their share of $1850 in prize money.

The night was hosted by the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce and the money the chamber raised will be used [...]

Early Rodders Take to Road with Christmas Joy

Early Rodders Take to Road with Christmas Joy

By Mary O’KEEFE

Once again members of the Early Rodders car club packed up their classic cars with toys for the Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Spark of Love toy drive.

The Early Rodders meet every Saturday morning at the United Artists parking lot in La Cañada to network with gear heads and wanna-be gear heads. The [...]

Juno Mission – Finding the Recipe of the Universe

Juno Mission – Finding the Recipe of the Universe

After nearly five years in space, Juno arrives at its destination: Jupiter.
By Mary O’KEEFE
When America’s Founding Fathers were planning their first celebration on the Fourth of July the celebration was to reach the skies, hence fireworks. But for this year’s Fourth of July those at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory took that reach past the skies [...]

Spring Has Arrived in All Its Glory

Spring Has Arrived in All Its Glory

Whether growing wild or in more structured environments, blooms aplenty can be found throughout the foothills.

By Mary O’KEEFE

t’s spring in Southern California and, although some would say seasonal change is minimal, the one thing this time of year brings out is flowers. Beautiful colors in local yards, along sidewalks, in gardens and mountain pathways are [...]

Prepping for Robot Season 2016

Prepping for Robot Season 2016

By Mary O’KEEFE
The Crescenta Valley High School Falkon 589 robotics team could be found at the high school despite it being winter break. Team members were on campus cleaning their classroom and robot shop in preparation for a new season of competition.
“We are getting ready for the new season, which starts on Saturday (Jan. 9) [...]

NEWS FROM Prom Plus Club

NEWS FROM Prom Plus Club

Thanks from the PPC

The Crescenta Valley High School Prom Plus Club kids can be seen at many events; they are the first to come, the last to leave and they carry all the tables. After all, that is our club motto.

This year we have done some pretty memorable things. We dressed up as people from [...]

The Montrose Garden

The Montrose Garden

By Mary O’KEEFE
Montrose Shopping Park is looking more like a California-friendly garden thanks to the City of Glendale Community Services and Parks.
At the July 2 meeting the Montrose Shopping Park Association, members voiced their concern about the barren look of Honolulu Avenue and Ocean View Boulevard. Community Services and Parks had taken out the grass [...]

Students Promote, Graduate into the Future

Students Promote, Graduate into the Future

GUSD schools moved students on within the district while graduating high school students into their future.
By Mary O’KEEFE
It was a Rosemont Middle School promotion to remember, not just because over 600 students are now heading off to high school but it also marked the end of a Rosemont era – it was the last promotion [...]

Mr. Parker Receives Recognition

Mr. Parker Receives Recognition

By Mary O’KEEFE
“It was a complete surprise.” That was the reaction from Rosemont Middle School teacher Terry Parker to the news he was the recipient of the Los Angeles County Industrial Technology Education Association Middle School Teacher of the Year.
A long title that, simply put, means Mr. Parker was recognized for what he does best [...]


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