Montrose Hosts Food, Kids and Kritters

Montrose Hosts Food, Kids and Kritters

By Brandon HENSLEY The Montrose Shopping Park was a little more crowded than usual Sunday afternoon as patrons were invited to enjoy a little bit of everything local eateries had to offer. It was the annual Taste of Montrose, held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., giving people a chance to sample food from local […]

Council talks “Green” Amendments to State Building Codes

By Ted AYALA A $45,000 check was presented to the Glendale City Council at Tuesday’s meeting from the Glendale Rose Float Association (GRFA) for last year’s Rose Parade float. The check was for the city’s permission to enter the parade on behalf of the city. Fundraising, noted the representative from the GRFA, is already underway […]

Woman’s Body Dumped Onto La Crescenta Offramp

Woman’s Body Dumped Onto La Crescenta Offramp

By Mary O’KEEFE The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Unit is continuing its investigation into the murder of a 33-year-old woman whose body was pushed out of a vehicle on the La Crescenta Avenue offramp of the westbound Foothill (210) freeway on Friday afternoon. The L.A. County Coroner’s office identified the woman as Adriane Arzumanyan. […]

The Wind in my Face

The Wind in my Face

What an absolutely amazing weekend! I, like so many in the Crescenta Valley, had my fill on Sunday taking part in the annual Taste of Montrose. The event benefitted CVHS Prom Plus which hosts an after prom event at the YMCA. The cost to put on Prom Plus is more than $20,000 and Taste of […]

Weather in the foothills

Weather in the foothills

“My favorite weather is bird-chirping weather.” ~ Loire Hartwould By Sue KILPATRICK Last Friday morning I was awakened by chirping birds and the tinkling of wind chimes. Upon opening our French doors, I was greeted by another beautiful spring day – definitely warmer than I had predicted. As mentioned, though, there was a weather tournament […]

IN Brief

Taste of Downtown Glendale The annual Taste of Downtown Glendale takes place on May 11. Food (tastes from 40 vendors), fun and entertainment are available for one price of $30 for adults and $15 for kids 12 and under. Proceeds support Glendale Healthy Kids. GAR services will be providing A Taste of Wine for an […]

Taking the High Road

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY They’re lawyers, chefs and graphic designers. They work at JPL as engineers or at a mortuary in the IT department. But on Saturday, they donned their chaps, helmets and leather jackets emblazoned with BACA, climbed aboard their Kawasakis, Hondas and Harley Davidsons and became one of the most prominent – if not […]

FMCS Called in to Assist in Negotiations

The United Food and Commercial Workers, the union that covers grocery store employees at Ralphs, Albertsons and Vons, has asked the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service to assist in their contract negotiations. The FMCS was established in 1947 and has provided mediation and arbitration services to industry, our communities and government agencies worldwide, according to […]

Taking Drugs Back

By Brandon HENSLEY Last Saturday people from all over the Crescenta Valley participated in a National Take-Back Initiative of disposing unused or expired prescription drugs. Two local sites, the CV Sheriff’s Station and CVS Pharmacy on Verdugo Road, were set up and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with boxes available to dispose of the […]

CRIME BLOTTER

April 30 4400 block of Cornishon Avenue in La Cañada Flintridge, several items were stolen from the unlock locker room at Lanterman Auditorium. Three people had items stolen that were stored in the locker room. An iPad, iPhone and wallet were stolen between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. April 29 Lasheart Drive and Foothill Boulevard […]

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