GASCU Thanked for Sponsorship

GASCU Thanked for Sponsorship

Staff members of the Glendale Area Schools Credit Union were thanked for their support of the Merry & Bright Holiday Light & Display Tour held in December. The credit union joined CV Weekly in being title sponsors of the tour, which highlighted local homes that were decorated for the holidays.
Judging of the decorated homes was […]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate? Ask Phyllis!

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Exorbitant Escrow Fees
Dear Phyllis,
I look forward to your column and wish it ran every week.  My boyfriend and I made offers on five homes before finally getting one approved. You know in this current climate; the seller calls the shots. Even though my sister is an escrow assistant, our Realtor® noted in our offer […]

David Rogers Appointed Chief of Staff at Glendale Memorial Hospital

David Rogers Appointed Chief of Staff at Glendale Memorial Hospital

Dignity Health – Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center announced its new Chief of Staff David Rogers, MD, who will serve a two-year term from January 2021 to December 2022. Dr. Rogers is an orthopaedic spine surgeon who has been in private practice and a member of the Glendale Memorial Hospital medical staff for 20 […]

CV Chamber Installs Officers and Directors

CV Chamber Installs Officers and Directors

The Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce held its annual installation of officers and directors virtually in mid-January. State Senator Anthony Portantino performed the duty of installing the officers ­– President Michael Riley, Vice President Michael Baldwin, who also led the flag salute, Secretary Robin Goldsworthy, Treasurer Craig Fisher, Honorary Mayor James D. Speas and Past […]

People in the News

Katie Kim, a member of the Colgate University Class of 2022, has earned the spring 2020 dean’s award with distinction. Kim is an economics major from La Cañada Flintridge and is a graduate of Harvard-Westlake School.
Students who receive a term grade point average of 3.6 or higher while completing at least three courses during the […]

Veterans Corner: January 2021

Note: This article is copied from an email sent out recently to members of the VFW Post 1614 and American Legion Post 288 in La Crescenta by Dick Clubb, the assistant adjutant. The primary focus is for U.S. Amy veterans.
The article is from the National Museum of the United Stats Army newsletter named “Call […]

Hogg’s Hollow Offers Hallowed History

It was 1975 and La Cañada resident Rose Hogg wanted a unique, educational and fun place for her young son Robert and his friends to attend. After exploring local options she decided to create a team of highly skilled teachers and opened Hogg’s Hollow. It was important that Hogg’s Hollow teachers were well trained and […]

USC-VHH: Free Resource Center Helps Older Adults Navigate Aging

To assist local older adults and their caregivers during this challenging time, USC Verdugo Hills Hospital (USC-VHH) has launched the Community Resource Center for Aging (CRCA).
The USC-VHH CRCA, which is funded by a generous grant from the Navigage Foundation, aims to improve the quality of life for older adults by connecting them with a broad […]

USC Verdugo Hills Hospital << Adria Navarro

Planning and Peace of Mind
How about some serenity in the midst of the chaos, confusion and dissent? I found myself remembering the old Seinfeld episode … “Serenity now!”
Levity is always good as is focusing on what we can control. The Serenity Prayer calls for wisdom with courage to change the things we are able to […]