WALNUT — It was the fleet feet of Natalie O’Brien that led the way, but it was the Flintridge Prep pack shortly behind her that won the day.
ESCONDIDO — Incremental growth can be difficult at times.
WALNUT — In the long run, it was an accomplishment more than 65 years in the making.
Glendale Community College cross-country closes out strong year with frustrating performance at state
Admittedly, there was frustration for the Glendale Community College cross-country program in the aftermath of Saturday morning’s California Community College Athletic Assn. cross-country championships at Fresno’s Woodward Park.
The La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation Endowment Fund on Nov. 13 hosted its second semiannual “Breakfast with Wendy,” geared to provide parents and key donors with an update on the state of La Cañada Unified School District and featuring Supt. Wendy Sinnette.
Cartoonist Bert Ring offers his take on the ongoing saga between the Glendale and La Cañada unified school districts over a potential transfer of the Sagebrush territory.
Eliza Higgins, 4, stood in a parking lot on Magnolia Boulevard Burbank. Her mother, Michelle, told her daughter it was OK to approach the man in front of them. So, Eliza did.
The bells of the Glendale Salvation Army’s kettle campaign will start ringing next week as the monthlong effort kicked off with a breakfast fundraiser Friday morning.
A 40-year-old man was killed early Saturday morning after crashing his motorcycle into a hydrant and lightpole in Burbank, officials said.
EAST LOS ANGELES — For a team that lost its two perennial skill players for most of the season, it might have been a surprise to some that the Burbank High football team got as far as it did this season.
PARAMOUNT – With balance on offense and stout play on defense, the Crescenta Valley High football team proved itself worthy of one of the deepest playoff runs in recent memory.
WHITTIER — In the end, it was not a 17-point deficit that was too much to overcome.
Good morning, 818! It's Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 75 degrees and a low of 53 degrees with partly clouds skies in the evening.
A two-story house that was once owned by legendary pro baseball manager Casey Stengel took a big step toward securing its place in history this week after being added to the Glendale Register of Historic Resources.
It’s been said that soldiers in the U.S. Army do more by 9 a.m. than most people do all day, and a 72-hour competition earlier this month to find the best of the Army’s medics tried to prove just how much they could fit into each day.
Community members Thursday night talked about the pros and cons of ditching the city’s at-large voting system in favor of council districts, an issue the City Council will next month consider putting on the spring ballot.
Imagine being a domesticated bunny and found as a stray. That's what happened to adorable little Molly.
As we reported this week, a proposal was given a tentative green light by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board that shows promise toward easing traffic while closing a gap in transit options for travelers who need to make their way to Burbank Bob Hope Airport. The idea is to expand bus service in order to connect the Metro Red and Orange Line station in North Hollywood to the Lake Avenue Gold Line Station in Pasadena, creating a loop that could make it much easier for people to get from the airport to Pasadena and vice versa.
After new report cards were sent home with elementary students last week, some parents raised concerns about the new language identifying students’ achievement levels as “thorough” and “adequate” at best.
John Marshall Elementary hosted an early Thanksgiving feast on Friday for students and young adults with special needs who have been bonding for months and learning valuable lessons from each other.
Burbank resident Victoria Sabonjohn was nine months pregnant when she and her husband moved into a home near Jefferson Elementary School, about a mile from Burbank Temple Emanu El, which has a preschool.
Back in 1998, when I was embarking on my 10th year as a teacher, I had an op-ed piece published in the Times about paying good teachers six-figure salaries as a way to attract and retain higher qualified people.
Sometimes it seems like grammar is all darned-if-you-do, darned-if-you-don’t propositions. If you say “Who are you visiting tomorrow?” some people will look down on you for not using “whom.” But if you use “whom,” others will think you’re out of touch (at best).
La Cañada resident Diane Fazzi was among five individuals honored Nov. 14 at the Cal State L.A. 25th Annual Distinguished Educator Award Dinner, held in the university’s Golden Eagle Ballroom. The local woman was named the recipient of this year’s Distinguished Service Award.
Allen Lund Co. is hosting at its La Cañada headquarters a book and toy drive benefiting Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Donors will find “Big Al,” the transportation firm’s mascot truck, parked in the lot at 4529 Angeles Crest Highway to serve as a collection site between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., from Dec. 1 to Dec. 12.
Deputies responded to an audible burglary alarm at Izzy Cycles that was activated at around 3:30 a.m.
Humphrey is a 2-year-old, male Parson Russell terrier.
After winning a league championship or finishing runner-up, a trio of local girls’ tennis players are set for the next stage of competition.
With his team enjoying its best season throughout his seven-year tenure, Glendale Community College football Coach John Rome was asked if he thought his Vaqueros, a member of the American Division Pacific Conference, could complete at a higher level, say the National Division.