The Holiday Ideal – Found in Montrose

The Holiday Ideal – Found in Montrose

  ‘Plaid Friday’ kicks off the holiday season in Montrose and includes carolers, a community sing-along, a tree lighting and, of course, Santa. By Mary O’KEEFE Without thinking too much about it in specific terms, I was showing the America I knew and observed to others who might not have noticed.                                                                ~ Norman Rockwell […]

CVTC Election Results are In

CVTC Election Results are In

By Mary O’KEEFE The weekend’s election of candidates is in for the Crescenta Valley Town Council (CVTC). All five candidates were incumbents so all were expected to be on the Council at the close of Election Day. The only question was who would be general members – elected to a three-year term – and who […]

Helicopters were the Stars of this Air Show

Helicopters were the Stars of this Air Show

By Sofia LOPARDO, intern On Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Hansen Dam Recreation Center, the American Heroes Air Show, a free admission event, took place. Since 1993, the air show has displayed multiple rotary aircraft to educate the community about the role of helicopters in law enforcement, fire service and the military. There were also […]

Weather Watch <<< Taking A Look Outside Our Window

By Mary O’KEEFE As Southern Californians spend a sunny Thanksgiving today, it is important for us to remember those who cannot easily go “over the river and through the woods” as the snow has barricaded many of them in their own homes and travel restrictions have been posted. As of Sunday, western New York and […]

From the Desk of the Publisher <<< Robin Goldsworthy

Thankful Today is a holiday that many bypass in their rush to get to Christmas. But Thanksgiving is a day when we should take a moment and give thanks for the many blessings we have. While it is true that we are experiencing inflation and our tables may not be as full as we would […]

An Oath that Means Everything

An Oath that Means Everything

By Mary O’KEEFE Although the main event at the American Heroes Air Show was the helicopters, the day began with 44 people participating in a naturalization ceremony. The road to naturalization for many takes some time – not just to begin the process but to qualify for the process. One qualification is that candidates have […]

In Brief

CV Weekly Offices Closed for Holiday     The offices of the Crescenta Valley Weekly are closed today, Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25 for the Thanksgiving holiday.   Blood Drive Scheduled Crescenta Valley Water District is holding a blood drive on Monday, Dec. 19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at its facility at 3730 […]

Answering the Call for Help

Answering the Call for Help

By Mary O’KEEFE The clean up from Hurricane Ian continues in Florida with many still in temporary housing, some living in only a portion of their house and many left to decide if they will rebuild. Hurricane Ian made landfall on Sept. 27. In Cuba, it was classified as a Category 3 storm. It then […]

Crime blotter

Nov. 10 5300 block of Godbey Drive in La Cañada Flintridge, a man reported that he received a text message from an unknown sender stating that he owed him money. He ignored it thinking it was sent to him by mistake. He then received several more texts including one that had a photo of the […]

Update on Injured Cadets

By Mary O’KEEFE The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. released a statement on social media recently concerning the condition of the Sheriff’s Academy cadets who were injured after a crash involving an SUV. “At this time, four recruits from Sheriff’s Academy Class #464 still remain in critical condition and the rest have been released from […]

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