By Mary O’KEEFE and
For just a few minutes on Monday, time stopped in Crescenta Valley. Flags waved in the wind, soldiers saluted and taps played. For a just a few minutes people on both sides of the political aisle took time to remember those who served and died in service of their country. No […]
By Mary O’KEEFE and
By Mary O’KEEFE
Representatives of the Montrose Shopping Park Association executive board have confirmed that they are the organization that contacted Glendale Police Department with suspicions of embezzlement concerning proceeds from the Harvest Market.
“Yes, we went to the Glendale police,” said MSPA President Alyce Russell.
The association decided to go public with the fact that they were […]
By Ted AYALA
A source of contention between local residents and a private school was finally resolved last Tuesday night by the Glendale City Council. The issue that divided the community was a proposal by the Chamlian Armenian School at 4444 Lowell Ave. in La Crescenta to build a gymnasium on its property. Residents neighboring the […]
By Sue KILPATRICK
“So mellow the gentle breath of
June day breeze.
The birds rejoicing on the leafy
– Francis Duggan, Irish poet,
lives in Australia
This week’s weather presented us
with a warm and beautiful Memorial
Day, as a short lived high pressure
hovered over southern California.
Most of spring has been mild, but
there has been a constant pattern of
change – warmer then cooler, […]
By Mary O’KEEFE
Crescenta Valley residents may take for granted the murals at local elementary schools or the memorial stone and historical sign at Crescenta Valley Park, formally Hindenburg Park.
The little gardens that are peppered throughout Crescenta Valley and even brush clearance are many times thanks to Boy Scout Eagle Scout projects. Boy Scouts create, organize […]
The Angeles Crest Highway is scheduled to be open on Friday after a brief presentation. at the entrance to the Angeles National Forest just north of La Cañada Flintridge on SR-2. The section of SR-2 between La Cañada Flintridge and the Angeles Forest is the area expected to be reopened. Highway has been closed since […]
By Jason KUROSU
The recent CVCA meeting covered issues that may quite literally change the landscape of La Crescenta and La Cañada- Flintridge.
The first topic discussed was the clean out of the Devil’s Gate Dam in Pasadena. Grace Yu, an engineer with Los Angeles County Public Works, made a presentation on the county’s plans for cleaning […]
By Brandon HENSLEY
The driver of a red 2000 Ford Mustang said he blacked out while stopped southbound at an intersection in the 4400 block of Ocean View Boulevard shortly after 10 p.m. on Wednesday. His car rolled forward and hit series of parked cars, creating a domino effect.
The driver an 18-year-old male and a 19-year-old […]
There’s nothing like a motorcycle ride along one of California’s scenic mountain roads. The Angeles Crest Highway, State Route 2, offers miles of breathtaking valley views from seemingly high up in the clouds. The Crest is also full of sweeping turns and motorcyclists should navigate this road with care and at a controlled speed.
“Riding a […]
After more than six years exploring Mars the rover Spirit mission has ended. Spirit landed on Mars on Jan. 3, 2004. The mission was to last 90 days. The little rover that could continued to surprise engineers as it faced one challenge after another including memory concerns and power issues.
“The environment for Spirit was […]