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The Year in Review 2014

The Year in Review 2014

 

January
Boy Scout Brandon Loder from Troop 390, a senior at CVHS, created an outdoor classroom at the Rosemont Preserve for his Eagle Project. The Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy established the preserve located at the far north end of Rosemont Avenue in 2012 with help from L.A. County Board Supervisor Michael Antonovich. The outdoor classroom benefits [...]

So Many Choices, So Little Time

So Many Choices, So Little Time

With so much to do in the Crescenta Valley and surrounding areas this weekend, folks are going to have to strap on their rollerblades to make it to all the events.
By Michael ARVIZU, Mary O’KEEFE and Isiah REYES
To say Crescenta Valley is a busy place on a typical weekend is an understatement, but on a [...]

The Year In Review 2013

The Year In Review 2013

Before bidding farewell to 2013, the Crescenta Valley Weekly would like to revisit the many events that defined the year.

Assembled by Brandon HENSLEY and Molly SHELTON

January
This was a difficult holiday season for the family of missing mother and daughter Megan (Ganajian) Dipiazza, 33. They continue to scour Facebook, call friends and have the Glendale Police [...]

Trucks Ready to Feed the Hungry

Trucks Ready to Feed the Hungry

By Michael J. ARVIZU
It’s an invasion of the yummy kind in Sunland-Tujunga.
Every Wednesday since 2012, Food Truck Night in this neighborhood west of La Crescenta has hosted gourmet food trucks from all over southern California. The licensed trucks set up shop along Foothill Boulevard in Sunland between Oro Vista and McVine avenues, offering hungry guests [...]

Memorial Day 2013

Memorial Day 2013

Memorial Day in the Crescenta Valley

Memorial Day in the Crescenta Valley

Several venues hosted Memorial Day observances, giving locals the chance to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
By Michael ARVIZU, Mary O’KEEFE and Michael YEGHIAYAN
It was an emotional Memorial Day observance on Monday at Two Strike Park. Emotion is not unusual on a day filled with patriotism, heroism and loss, and the Two Strike ceremony [...]

Late to Church

Late to Church

To begin this month’s column, I would like to extend my thoughts and prayers to all of those affected by last week’s Boston Marathon bombings, and explosions in Texas, especially the victims and their family and friends.
No doubt we will be reeling from these events for a long time to come. I hope that by [...]

Colorado Boulevard – Here They Come

Colorado Boulevard – Here They Come

With New Year’s Day just – well, days – away, the cities of La Cañada and Glendale are working hard to finish their entries for the 124th Rose Parade hosted by the Pasadena Tournament of Roses.

By Michael J. ARVIZU
Even a little cold and rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of the volunteers working on the La [...]

Bridges Program Builds Teamwork, Confidence

Bridges Program Builds Teamwork, Confidence

By Mary O’KEEFE and Michael ARVIZU
Really there is nothing to it. You simply slip into the harness, hook up the ropes, sit on the top of the bridge and go over. Yes, crawl over the top of the bridge and dangle from the end of one rope while you rappel down about 120 feet. Nothing [...]

90 Years … and Counting

90 Years … and Counting

By Michael J. ARVIZU
Cloudy skies could not dampen the bright mood of current and former members of Christian Life Church in La Crescenta on Sunday, as they gathered under a white tent to celebrate the church’s 90th anniversary.
But the celebration wasn’t just about the 90th anniversary. Christian Life Church Pastor Ray Foster also announced plans [...]


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