Fat Tuesday Celebrated at St. Luke’s of the Mountains

By Mary O’KEEFE The Lenten season began on Feb. 22 with the observance of Ash Wednesday by local religious organizations. Lent is the 40-day period stretching from Ash Wednesday and ending on Holy Saturday, the day before Easter. It is a time of fasting, prayer and reflection. But just before Ash Wednesday is Shrove Tuesday, […]

How to Love Yourself Shared at CVHS

How to Love Yourself Shared at CVHS

By Mary O’KEEFE On Feb. 14 the Chace Taylor Malone Impact Foundation LA hosted a Valentine’s Day discussion at Crescenta Valley High School that focused on how students, and adults, can practice loving who they are. The event was titled “Self-Love Seminar: Positive Self-Talk” with guest speaker Hayley Gripp. It was held during lunch at […]

SoCalGas Proposed Increase

By Mary O’KEEFE Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) are asking for the people to participate in a public forum concerning the SoCalGas’ 2024 General Rate Case application. The public is encouraged to make comments and raise concerns with the CPUC’s Administrative Law Judge who is overseeing this rate […]

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Taking A Look Outside Our Window   By Mary O’KEEFE I am going to try to explain my thought process which can be difficult to follow at times but please stay with me.  March is Women’s History Month, and for the next four weeks I want to highlight some incredibly strong, intelligent and innovative women.  […]

Let It Snow, Let It Rain, Let It Snow

Let It Snow, Let It Rain, Let It Snow

By Mary O’KEEFE Just as we were getting used to the rain—it started to snow. Over the weekend many throughout Southern California were surprised, and delighted, to see beautiful, huge flakes of snow falling from the sky without the help of Hollywood special effects. Some may have remembered the snow “storm” in 1989 in Los […]

New EV Charging Stations in Glendale

New EV Charging Stations in Glendale

By Mary O’KEEFE According to a AAA survey conducted last year,  a quarter of US consumers plan to go electric for their next vehicle purchase. Electric Vehicles (EVs) are still a fraction of the vehicle sales in the US but the trend is growing. Although the price tag for a new EV may be daunting […]

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Taking A Look Outside Our Window   By Mary O’KEEFE Over the weekend it was released that former President Jimmy Carter is now in hospice care at his home in Georgia surrounded by family. Mr. Carter had a series of short hospital stays, according to statement. He decided to spend his remaining time at home […]

Bailey Center Seeks Donations

By Mary O’KEEFE The Bailey Center food bank in Tujunga continues asking for the public’s help for donations. For years the Bailey Center food bank, a service of the United Methodist Church of Tujunga, has been helping those in need. This Saturday there will be two food donation opportunities for the Bailey Center both located […]

MSAR Hiking

By Mary O’KEEFE Once again CVW reminds all those who love the outdoors to think twice, before going on a hike this weekend into the Angeles National Forest (ANF)—as well as other wilderness areas. There is a storm coming. Rain is expected today through Saturday, but it is the cold and snow levels that are […]

Community Bids Farewell to Jean

By Mary O’KEEFE The community said goodbye to Jean Maluccio last week with a memorial that highlighted her service to Crescenta Valley, and something she would have absolutely hated. In fact she would have been upset that CVW is writing about her but there are some special people who cannot just fade away, their lives […]

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