Rollover on Honolulu Avenue

A traffic collision occurred in the 2500 block of Honolulu Avenue on Thursday afternoon. Officers responded to a reported vehicle rollover and found a car on its side in the westbound traffic lanes of Honolulu. The vehicle was occupied by an elderly driver who was helped out of the vehicle. The driver had minor injuries […]

Metropolitan Board Rescinds Emergency Conservation Mandate Imposed on Dozens of Communities

Southern Californians asked to continue using water efficiently to prepare for uncertainty of Colorado River water supplies, by increasing storage March 15, 2023 The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California will no longer mandate emergency restrictions on water use for nearly 7 million people after winter storms helped alleviate shortage conditions that severely limited the […]

In Recognition of Women’s History Month – Senator Portantino Honors 15 Distinctive Women

In Recognition of Women’s History Month – Senator Portantino Honors 15 Distinctive Women

Since 1987 the California State Legislature has identified March as Women’s History Month. Each year members of the State Legislature recognize women in their districts. On Sunday, State Senator Anthony Portantino honored 15 “Women of Distinction” at a ceremony at Pasadena City Hall. By Mary O’KEEFE “You are not just remarkable in your fields and […]

More Outrage About La Crescenta Avenue Project Outreach

More Outrage About La Crescenta Avenue Project Outreach

By Mary O’KEEFE On March 8 at the Glendale Civic Auditorium, the City of Glendale held a community outreach to discuss and hear comments on the proposed La Crescenta Avenue Rehabilitation Project. Residents had an opportunity to look at the plans, share opinions and ask questions. The plans presented were “90% design plans,” according to […]

Prom Tips for First-timers

By Roman INGUANZO Prom, for high school students, is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year. Typically taking place at the end of the school year, the event is designed to celebrate the achievements of the graduating class and is often seen as a rite of passage for many students. The atmosphere […]

Weather Watch <<< Taking A Look Outside Our Window

By Mary O’KEEFE Over the weekend, with the few minutes I had free, I turned on television and saw the film “The Day After Tomorrow.” I was transfixed. It is a ridiculous film that came out in 2004. I realize it was a “hit-over-the-head ‘climate change is dangerous’” movie but – oh my goodness. The […]

From the Desk of the Publisher <<< Robin Goldsworthy

Welcome Home   As I write this I’m sitting at my desk in my office. After a month-long absence, which included a dynamic vacation followed by a nasty head cold that kept me at home, I feel great and ready to turn my attention 100% to CV Weekly. Our vacation, a Panama Canal cruise on […]

In brief

NAMI Hosting Virtual Tour NAMI – the National Alliance on Mental Health – is hosting a virtual photographic history tour tonight, March 16, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. of Rockhaven – “LA’s first feminist sanitarium.” This is a free event, but RSVP is necessary. Visit to reserve a spot.   CVTC Meets Tonight […]

CVIM Returns from Carnegie Hall Performance

CVIM Returns from Carnegie Hall Performance

By Lucian KUGLER The Crescenta Valley High School Symphony Orchestra and Concert Band, directed and conducted by Mathew Schick, head of CVIM (Crescenta Valley Instrumental Music), recently departed for a trip to New York, New York, “the city so nice, they named it twice.” The group left from La Crescenta on March 9 and returned […]

Crime blotter

March 12 2200 block of Fairhurst Drive in La Cañada Flintridge, the rear passenger window shattered on a vehicle between 7:15 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.   March 11 2600 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, an employee reported witnessing two females walk into the store with a male; all were described as Hispanic. The […]

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