Crescenta Valley doubles team falls in league championship

Crescenta Valley doubles team falls in league championship

PASADENA — Crescenta Valley High’s doubles team of Albert Chtchyan and Jason Chang had a tough match in the semifinals of the Pacific League tournament Wednesday.

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Crescenta Valley golf's Renfro captures first Pacific League golf championship

ARCADIA — Coming into the Pacific League individual final on Wednesday, Cody Renfro basically had the league championship wrapped up.

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Trio of La Cañada High tennis players advances to league semifinals

TEMPLE CITY — A trio of La Cañada High boys’ tennis players is all that’s standing in the way of total domination of the Rio Hondo League by powerhouse San Marino.

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Lintvedt of St. Francis golf advances to CIF Southern Section Northern Individual

Lintvedt of St. Francis golf advances to CIF Southern Section Northern Individual

PASADENA — Stian Lintvedt liked his chances of putting together a good round once he arrived at Brookside Golf Course No. 1 for the Mission League individual final on Wednesday.

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Former comfort woman visits bronze memorial

Former comfort woman visits bronze memorial

Adorned in a traditional silk robe, 86-year-old Yong Soo Lee gradually made her way to the bronze comfort-women statue in Glendale’s Central Park with the help of two people at her side.

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Glendale Unified middle, high schools all receive state's Gold Ribbon Award

Glendale schools won significant recognition this week as state officials announced all eight of the school district’s comprehensive middle and high schools earned the 2015 California Gold Ribbon Schools Award.

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Workshop offers businesses ADA compliance advice

During a workshop on Tuesday, roughly 20 people learned how businesses can avoid lawsuits that claim they violated accessibility laws for people with disabilities.

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Trio of La Cañada High tennis players advances to league semifinals

TEMPLE CITY — A trio of La Cañada High boys’ tennis players is all that’s standing in the way of total domination of the Rio Hondo League by powerhouse San Marino.

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Nursery school bids farewell to retiring 'Busy Bear' teacher, director Nita Imm

On a recent Monday morning, while the world hustled and bustled outside, Crescenta-Cañada Cooperative Nursery School teacher Nita Imm colored the cushiony bottoms of her students’ feet with a paint brush. First came the heel, then the toes in a matching color.

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City Briefs: 'All the Bright Places' author to speak at Glendale Central Library; GFD celebrates National Fire Service Day

Jennifer Niven, author of the book “All the Bright Places,” will speak from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the auditorium at the Glendale Central Library, 222 E. Harvard St., as part of the first-ever One Book/One Glendale reading event for teens.

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Man pleads not guilty in alleged indecent exposure incident at Glendale Galleria

A 49-year-old man pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to one count of indecent exposure stemming from an incident last week in which he allegedly grabbed a female janitor in a Glendale Galleria bathroom while he was exposed, officials said.

Grief support group to meet at LCPC

The unpredictable convergence of emotions after the death of a loved one will be addressed when La Cañada Presbyterian Church convenes a free, five-week grief support group at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 17, in the church library.

Methodists to honor Mother's Day

At 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 10 — Mother’s Day — the sermon at La Cañada United Methodist Church will explore the feminine imagery of God in the Bible. Chad Loucks, the church’s director of Youth Ministry and a student at Fuller Theological Seminary, will preach.

<p>At Khor Virap we met Glendale residents Verjine Satamian, left, a 2013 Glendale High graduate, and her mother, Lucy Bijjani, center, standing with Glenn Yamada, right.</p>

Verdugo Views: Beyond keeping up with the Kardashians

We had no intention of following in the footsteps of the Kardashian sisters when we planned our recent trip to Armenia, but that’s the way it turned out.

<p>Having fun at the Los Altos wine tasting are, back row, from left, Hathaway-Sycamores executive vice president Rob Myers, Los Altos Auxiliary event co-chair Laurie Rodli, Los Altos Auxiliary co-presidents Jennifer Herzer and Laura Campobasso; front, from left, Hathaway-Sycamores interim chief executive and president Debbie Manners and Los Altos Auxiliary event co-chair Michele Listo.</p>

The Valley Line: Wine lovers raise their glasses to charity

We've had an interesting couple of weeks weather-wise. First we had a surprise rainstorm that our parched earth soaked up quickly. Too bad there wasn't more of it — but then we'll be grateful for every drop that comes our way. And in less than two days after the rain the temperature soared above the 90-degree mark for a couple of days. This crazy weather keeps us on our toes. It's a good thing our rain umbrellas can also do double duty as parasols to protect us from the sun.

Residents voice complaints over homeless near freeway bridge

A group of residents living on Indiana Avenue near Curran Street is asking the city to take action against a group of homeless people on and near their properties.

<p>Bob Hope Airport Fire Chief John Scanlon, left, and Police Chief Ed Skvarna, right, stand with a restored fire bell at a meeting of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority board on Monday, May 4 2015.&nbsp;</p>

Bell ringing signals 'new day' for airport firefighters

Bob Hope Airport firefighters marked "a new day" last Friday, ringing an antique fire bell for the first time to signal each firefighter coming onto watch under a new management contract that was approved in April and a new collective-bargaining agreement.

<p>An old eucalyptus tree, seen trimmed bare at left, was felled in the spring of 1965 to make way for the completion of the new Lutheran Church in the Foothills sanctuary in the 1700 block of Foothill Boulevard. It was expected the building would be completed by the fall of that year.</p>

La Cañada History: Landmark eucalyptus felled for construction of church sanctuary

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Six motorists arrested during DUI saturation patrol

Glendale police arrested six motorists on suspicion of driving under the influence during a Cinco de Mayo DUI saturation patrol, officials said.

LCF City Council fills vacant seats

The La Cañada Flintridge City Council voted Monday to fill three vacancies on various city commissions, selecting from among 10 aspiring applicants.

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