Weather Watch <<< Taking A Look Outside Our Window

By Mary O’KEEFE Recently my daughter showed me a surf video she saw on social media. It was of Sebastian Steudtner, a surfer from Germany who set the Guinness World Record in 2021 for the biggest wave ever surfed. It was an 86-foot wave at Praia do Norte Nazaré, Portugal. I am not a surfer […]

Schiff Announces Bid for Senate Seat

Today, Thursday, Congressman Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) issued the following statement after announcing his candidacy for the U.S. Senate to represent California: “We’re in the fight of our lives for the future of our country. Our democracy is under assault from MAGA extremists, who care only about gaining power and keeping it. And our economy is […]

New Town Council President Outlines Goals

New Town Council President Outlines Goals

Chris Kilpatrick is named the new CV Town Council president. By Mary O’KEEFE There was a changing of the guard, so to speak, at the Crescenta Valley Town Council (CVTC) meeting last Thursday. Chris Kilpatrick is now CVTC president; Harry Leon, who has served as president for the last seven years, is now serving as […]

Another Accident Outside Preschool

Another Accident Outside Preschool

  By Mary O’KEEFE On Friday night at approximately 7 p.m. a vehicle came inches away from plowing through the front entrance of Robbin’s Nest Preschool and Kindergarten in the 2900 block of Honolulu Avenue. According to witness Rosalie Lukban, director of the school, the incident was not simply a traffic collision but actually started […]

Council Comes to a Local Neighborhood

By Mary O’KEEFE The Glendale City Council held its weekly meeting not at city hall as typical but at Griffith Manor Park in the Riverside Rancho area of the city. This was the first time since the pandemic that the Council in Your Neighborhood program was held. It is a way for the Council to […]

From the Desk of the Publisher <<< Robin Goldsworthy

Celebrating Those Who Make A Difference On Thursday I had the opportunity to attend the annual installation luncheon of the CV Chamber of Commerce and the grant distribution for the Mary Pinola-CV Chamber Education Fund. Looking around the room I recognized most of the faces, though there were several “newbies” who I didn’t know. The […]

Lunar New Year Celebrated at Glendale Community College

Lunar New Year Celebrated at Glendale Community College

By Ruth SOWBY In recognition of the Lunar Year, Glendale Community College students, staff and faculty created their own celebratory Chinese lanterns under the supervision of campus Cultural Diversity Coordinator Carla Ruiz. Traditional sweets also accompanied the festivities.  Also known as the Spring Festival in China, Lunar New Year is a 15-day celebration marked by many […]

In brief

CVCA Welcomes 2023 The Crescenta Valley Community Association will have its first meeting of the year tonight, Thursday, Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. The meeting will include discussion on local issues as well as an opportunity for foothill area residents to bring their concerns. For those who live in the Glendale portion of La Crescenta […]

Healthy Living <<< Dealing with Grief

By Mary O’KEEFE It seems that 2023 made its entrance with a long list of celebrities who died. Among them are guitarist Jeff Beck, music legend David Crosby and Lisa Marie Presley, to name a few. Within the Crescenta Valley the loss of community leaders has been overwhelming. Jean Maluccio, Calvin “Kaipo” Chock and Ken […]

Healthy Living 2023 <<< Know Your Risk For Breast Cancer

Adventist Health Glendale Dennis Holmes, MD Director, Breast Program One in eight women will develop breast cancer. And although you can’t predict whether you will get cancer, you can understand your risk and stay on top of routine screenings to make prevention and treatment easier. Know your risk. Breast cancer starts in the glands, ducts […]

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