Mars 2020: A Picture Perfect Landing

Mars 2020: A Picture Perfect Landing

By Mary O’KEEFE
On Feb. 18, Mars 2020 Perseverance successfully landed on the surface of Mars and the photos coming back from the Red Planet are impressive to say the least.
The landing was picture perfect as cameras aboard the lander and the rover documented everything from the parachute deployment to the “umbilical” cord being cut from […]

Celebrating Women Who Inspire

Celebrating Women Who Inspire

As the country prepares to enter Women’s History Month, CVW reflects on contributions by local women.
By Mary O’KEEFE
March is celebrated as Women’s History Month in the United States, a time that is set aside to recognize and honor the contributions of women throughout history. As a woman-owned and operated small business, Crescenta Valley Weekly understands […]

Parents Wanting Schools to Reopen Protest Outside GTA Office

Parents Wanting Schools to Reopen Protest Outside GTA Office

By Mary O’KEEFE
On Wednesday morning parents of students in the Glendale Unified School District – GUSD ­– brought their concerns about getting students back into school to the doorstep of the Glendale Teachers Association office in Montrose.
“We want the union to follow science and facts,” said Sharis Poulatian, a parent and organizer of the event.
Poulatian […]

Building Complaints Surround Hillway House

Building Complaints Surround Hillway House

By Julie BUTCHER
“I am a concerned neighbor from Whiting Woods and on Friday, Jan. 9 I was made aware of the proposed development for 3830 Hillway Drive when plans were published in advance of the Design Review Board meeting for approval. I was shocked at the proposed style and size of the development – a […]

Authors & Illustrators at Dunsmore Elementary – Virtually

Authors & Illustrators at Dunsmore Elementary – Virtually

On Friday, Feb. 19, Linelle Vincenti, Authors & Illustrators chairwoman, stopped by Dunsmore Elementary School to give a check to Principal Karen Stegman on behalf of the Assistance League of Glendale. ALG also gave a check for $2,000 to the school librarian to buy new books for the school library.
Four authors – Tao Nyeu, Carter […]

Drive Back In

Drive Back In

By Charly SHELTON
Drive-in movie theaters were how your parents, grandparents and great-grandparents saw some of the best movies ever made, nestled safely in their own cars. They were the place to be, especially in the 1950s and 1960s, for teenagers looking for a secluded date night spot or families with kids too loud to go […]