When it comes to choosing colleges and career paths, most La Cañada high school students are taught to dream big. But what many may not consider is that big dreams often come with big price tags.
Rather than reject outright the idea of allowing future drive-thru businesses in La Cañada, the Planning Commission on Tuesday instead mulled scenarios that might allow for such operations, including the creation of overlay zones and conditional use permits.
Los Angeles-area drivers saw a 40-cent increase in gas prices from Friday to Monday, but relief is coming.
On La Cañada Flintridge’s Foothill Boulevard, where businesses must adhere to strict guidelines written to maintain a certain aesthetic charm, some unlikely offenders have begun popping up.
After 45 years serving as a hub of charity and conviviality, St. George’s Dragon Thrift Shop on Foothill Boulevard closed its doors last week, to the surprise of many of its volunteers and patrons, as well as those who benefited from its goodwill.
Businesses offering massage services in La Cañada could be forced to wait up to 22 months to expand, hire or pull permits in the wake of a moratorium extended Monday by the La Cañada Flintridge City Council.
Two area hospitals improved their grades on a national report card this spring after receiving Cs last fall for their patient quality care.
For decades, the body of one Mildred Johnson lay nearly forgotten in a fallow field on the property of the New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute, formerly the New Mexico Insane Asylum at Las Vegas.
An overwhelming majority of the 150 nurses at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital voted to approve a 14-month contract, a representative from the California Nurses Assn. said on Thursday, culminating a year of negotiations with hospital officials and administrators of USC’s Keck Medicine.
Businesses offering massage services will not be able to open or expand for at least 45 days, while officials figure out new rules to regulate them, according to an urgency ordinance passed Monday by the La Cañada Flintridge City Council.
In Hollywood's latest big-money deal with China, former Walt Disney studio chairman Dick Cook on Monday launched his own entertainment company ...
As Descanso Gardens considers whether to rebuild or reimagine its struggling rose garden, the site's original designers are concerned a demolition would destroy much more than flowers.
Following up on a promotional tool they’d used successfully in August 2006 when they sold their 500,000th taco, Los Gringos Locos restaurant drew a packed house to the Foothill Boulevard eatery last week with the promise that the “Juan Millionth Taco” was about to be sold and its...
Nurses at USC-Verdugo Hills Hospital took action in the face of contract negotiations that have dragged on since last May by taking a strike vote Thursday and Friday,...
Feeling thwarted in recent contract negotiations with administrators, nurses at USC-Verdugo Hill Hospital asked those among their ranks Thursday to vote on whether they’d be willing to go on strike.
Drivers will soon see more hydrogen-powered cars on Southern California roadways, thanks to statewide efforts to bring new technology to the pumps in cities like La Cañada Flintridge.
The La Canada Flintridge City Council has hired an independent polling firm to conduct a community-wide survey on residents’ views on solid waste and recycling services.
Fender's curvy Stratocasters, Telecasters and Jazz Basses have been must-have features of guitar shop walls for decades.
One of Montrose’s newest restaurateurs has a cooking blog named after his belief that the ladies love a man who can whip up a good meal.
For the first time in three years, the cost of renting a space for vendors at the weekly Montrose Harvest Market will go up following a decision on Thursday by the Montrose Shopping Park Assn. board of directors.
The median home price in La Cañada Flintridge rose to $1,604,956 last month, compared to $1,402,383 in December 2013, according to statistics compiled by Realtor Phyllis Harb with Dilbeck Real Estate in La Cañada.
A family’s nearly 70-year legacy in Glendale and La Crescenta is coming to an end as Pedrini Music will be going out of business at the end of next month.
A National Weather Service forecast of snow this week in the San Gabriel Mountains — including a prediction of Tuesday snow flurries in Glendale — may have locals wondering where they can go for a snow fix as this holiday season comes to a close.
Many La Cañada business owners sighed with relief this holiday season as consumer spending improved and the economy had its fastest-growing quarter in a decade.