In Brief

Community Meeting According to Supervisor Michael Antonovich, a community meeting will be held in approximately two months to get community input as to where a new dog park in Crescenta Valley should be and what it should look like. Community Information Night On March 1 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Crescenta Valley High […]

The clean up begins – the 2010 flood issue

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY, Brandon HENSLEY and Mary O’KEEFE With the sun shining again residents begin to assess mud damage, grateful no lives were lost. Now that the evacuations have been lifted and the weather, at least through the weekend, looks sunny and clear the task of getting ready for the next storm begins. “We will […]

Weather UPDATE (Monday, Feb. 8, 10 p.m.): Evacuation orders given

Evacuations ordered By Mary O’KEEFE Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station has issued evacuation notices via the reverse 911-phone system for homes in La Cañada and La Crescenta. The decision to evacuate was made at the executive level by the incident unified command, said Sgt. John Caffrey. The evacuation orders, according to the Los Angeles Public Works […]

BREAKING NEWS: Local homes to be evacuated

The County of Los Angeles announced on Tuesday evening that 223 La Crescenta addresses will be under mandatory evacuation as of 9 a.m. tomorrow morning, Wednesday, Jan. 20 in preparation for the worst wave of storms yet expected to hit the foothills area. Below is a list of La Crescenta addresses; for a complete list […]

Sunny now–three storms on the way

By Mary O’Keefe Three major rain systems, each increasing in intensity are heading toward Southern California. The first storm is expected to hit Crescenta Valley late Sunday evening into Monday morning  dropping an estimated eight to 16 inches of rain. “Sixteen inches is the high range of what is [expected] in the foothills and mountain […]