A Runner with – and for – Heart

A Runner with – and for – Heart

By Mikaela STONE Family is what inspired Peter Noyes to start running. Now he helps families all over the world have hope for their children who have heart disease. Noyes has been running since 2012 when the birth of his daughter made him realize he wanted to be a healthier father. Having grown up in […]

Glendale Calls for Artsakh Support

By Mary O’KEEFE   On Aug. 28, the Glendale City Council voted to approve sending aid to Martuni in Artsakh, a city that is experiencing a humanitarian crisis. This action follows an Aug. 10 request made by the Office of the Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) Republic in the USA seeking the City’s assistance to help Glendale’s sister […]

Crime blotter

Sept. 2 4400 block of Bel Aire Drive in La Cañada Flintridge, a resident reported discovering a white surveillance camera concealed in a bush near the front driveway of her residence. The camera was pointed toward the front windows and doors of the home, giving the viewer access to the inside of her home. The […]

Portantino’s Striking Worker Bill Passes Assembly Insurance Committee

Last week Senate Bill 799, authored by State Senator Anthony J. Portantino, passed the Assembly Insurance Committee. The bill seeks to provide unemployment insurance (UI) for striking workers. The bill is sponsored by the California Labor Federation and is jointly authored by Assemblymember Chris Holden and Senator Maria Elena Durazo.   “California is seeing an unprecedented […]

Rescue Teams Hone Their Skills

Rescue Teams Hone Their Skills

MSAR and AMRT held a gripping joint training in the ANF. By Mary O’KEEFE On Sunday, members of Montrose Search and Rescue (MSAR) and Altadena Mountain Rescue Team (AMRT) joined forces for a training drill held in the Angeles National Forest (ANF). Prior to going into the forest, where MSAR member Cindy England had led […]

Traffic Issues Around Schools are Focus of CHP

By Mary O’KEEFE CVW was with California Highway Patrol (CHP) last Thursday at Crescenta Valley High School observing driving patterns. The CHP has about 20 schools to patrol throughout its area, and all appear to have a common thread. “The drivers are creating their own traffic jams,” said Officer Keller. Many schools are located within […]

Water Main Break Causes 210 Traffic Interruption

By Mary O’KEEFE It was a tough morning for commuters on Wednesday when a water main broke during rush hour on the Foothill (210) Freeway. The call came in to CHP at 6:15 a.m. At one point all eastbound lanes of the 210 were closed from the Pennsylvania Avenue off-ramp to the Ocean View Boulevard […]

News from the Desk of the Publisher <<< Robin Goldsworthy

It Does Take A Village My granddaughter was sick last week – nothing serious but her preschool didn’t want her fraternizing with the other children until she was better. So I had the chance to watch her on Thursday last week and on Monday this week. While I was watching her she thankfully apparently felt […]

Weather Watch <<< Taking a Look Outside Our Window

By Mary O’KEEFE Well, the weather is center stage once again. First Hurricane Idalia slammed into Florida on Wednesday. As of press time the hurricane continued to bring rain and high winds across the state before moving into Georgia where it downed power lines, and reports were made of several buildings being damaged by falling […]