Pet Parents Pleased at Park

By Brandon HENSLEY A cheer rose up from Crescenta Valley residents at the CV Town Council meeting June 9 when the timetable for the construction of the CV dog park was announced. Inside the La Crescenta Library community room, Susan Pearson from the L.A. County Parks and Recreation Dept. of Planning was there to give […]

Rescuers Tend to Possible Drowning Victims

By Mary O’KEEFE Two young children became near drowning victims within an hour of each other on Wednesday afternoon. At about 3:30 p.m. the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s deputies and Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a call concerning the possible drowning of a 7-year-old boy in La Crescenta. “The call came in as CPR […]

War Dollars Main Topic of Council

By Ted AYALA In the face of revelations made earlier this week when the U.S. government admitted that over $9 billion destined for repairing Iraq’s infrastructure has gone unaccounted for and possibly stolen, there has been a growing wave of outrage from American citizens. Resolutions signed by cities asking the federal government to reign in […]

Graduating Mom

Today is an exciting day in the Goldsworthy family – our youngest son is graduating from Crescenta Valley High School. After four years of playing basketball, worrying over test results and finishing homework late into the night, he is more than ready to throw his cap into the air tonight on Stengel Field signifying his […]

Weather in the Foothills

By Sue KILPATRICK “Dad! … You’re Paul McCartney, aren’t you?” “Yes darling, but I’m Daddy really.” – Paul Mc Cartney, recalling raising his children in the 70s, as said to him by his little girl Stella Mc Cartney as they rode their ponies in Scotland. Those years go by quickly, but remain as memories forever. […]


Fireworks Tickets on Sale Tickets are now available for the annual Star Spangled Fireworks Display taking place on Monday, July 4 starting at 4 p.m. at La Crescenta Elementary School, 4343 La Crescenta Ave. in La Crescenta. Admission is $5; children 2 and under are free. There will be food for purchase from food trucks […]

Bill Dance Finds New Groove as Assistant Chief of CHP

By Brandon HENSLEY By the way members of the Crescenta Valley Town Council were talking last week, it’s not only the Altadena California Highway Patrol station that will be missing one of their own come September, it will also be residents of CV. Capt. Bill Dance of the Altadena Station has been named as the […]

New Districts: Goal to Create “Communities of Interest”

By Jason KUROSU In 2008, Proposition 11 took redistricting for state senate and state assembly districts out of the hands of legislators and into those of the newly created California Citizens Redistricting Commission, a 14 member organization made up of five Democrats, five Republicans and four members from neither party. In 2010, Proposition 20 gave […]

Blood Drive at the CV Sheriff’s Station

By Mary O’KEEFE Summer is just around the corner and that means more people will be out and about having fun hiking, biking and driving along the highways and byways. More traffic brings the higher risks of accidents, some of which can land the victim in the hospital in need of blood. The American Red […]

Sunland Teen in Near Fatal Accident

By Mary O’KEEFE A 14-year-old Sunland girl was transported to the hospital with serious injuries on Tuesday after the vehicle she was driving backed into a basin near a church’s parking lot. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, at 9:10 p.m. a church function was in progress at the Sunland Neighborhood Evangelical Church in […]