Deadline Looms on District Maps

By Mary O’KEEFE Residents of Glendale have until Sept. 28 to submit their own designed district map for the Glendale City Council to consider and present at its fourth public hearing on Oct. 10. The City has been considering moving to district elections from the present citywide elections. Many cities have already transitioned to district […]

Update Planned on Short Term Rentals

By Mary O’KEEFE The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has continued the discussion on the issue of short term rentals (STRs) that was originally set to be heard at its Sept. 19 meeting. There has not been an alternative date scheduled for the discussion. This decision was made so that more outreach could take […]

What is Being Done About the Traffic in Glendale?

By Mary O’KEEFE At several meetings, including of the Glendale City Council and miscellaneous community meetings, the topic of traffic seems to always come up –specifically traffic lights. CVW reached out via email to Glendale Public Works director Yazdan Emrani to get some clarification on what traffic lights, and traffic issues, were being addressed throughout […]

Robbery on Honolulu Avenue

  Just after 8 a.m. on Friday, GPD dispatched officers to the 2800 block of Honolulu Avenue to investigate a robbery. A suspect entered a business, demanded money and brandished what the victim believes was a gun. The suspect fled with less than $300 cash. Unfortunately, the victim did not immediately call the police when […]

A Decade Old, Motorcade Honors Founder Jean Maluccio

A Decade Old, Motorcade Honors Founder Jean Maluccio

By Mikaela STONE The 9/11 Patriot Day Motorcade commemorates the attacks of 2001 as it winds its way through the foothills area.  It was 10 years ago that the CV Chamber of Commerce’s 9/11 Patriot Day Motorcade, composed of 30 cars and only two police escorts, rolled out for the first time. It wound its […]

Know Your Fire Zone

Los Angeles County public safety agencies and the County’s Fifth District Supervisor Kathryn Barger announced the “Know Your Zone” campaign, a collaborative effort that aims to prepare residents and businesses for emergencies or evacuations. Included in this roll-out are the cities of Santa Clarita and La Cañada Flintridge; the communities of Agua Dulce, Altadena, Castaic, […]

New Ordinance Proposed Concerning Short Term Rentals

New Ordinance Proposed Concerning Short Term Rentals

By Mary O’KEEFE   The Crescenta Valley Town Council has released information concerning a community outreach meeting by the Los Angeles County Treasurer and Tax Collectors Office concerning the proposed ordinance that is slated to be adopted on Sept. 19 and take effect in March 2024. This ordinance will only apply to the unincorporated areas […]


By Mary O’KEEFE I don’t know about you but there seem to be a lot more insects this summer than past seasons. I did some research and found that the increase in insects, like flies, may also be why my tomato plants are producing fewer tomatoes. I have made several trips to Armstrong Garden Center […]

From the Desk of the Publisher <<< Robin Goldsworthy

An Uplifting Spirit   Things have been crazy in the Goldsworthy household these past few weeks. I sit on the boards of the Kiwanis Club of Glendale, the Salvation Army, Prom Plus and the CV Chamber of Commerce, among others. For the Kiwanis Club, Steve and I were planning to host a wine and toffee […]

In brief

Rosemont Preserve Restoration Day The community is invited to the Rosemont Preserve Restoration Day on Saturday, Sept. 9 from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. to help protect the natural habitat at Rosemont Preserve. Volunteers will be cleaning up the trails for upcoming field trips, weeding the demonstration garden and removing invasive plants the pose a fire […]