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  • Piece of Mind: Catching up with the revolution

    Ah, City Hall is at last poised to tiptoe into the 21st century, communications-wise, as the City Council adopted this week a social-media policy. This action seems a little overdue, given the fact the vast majority of its constituents have been active on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other similar platforms for some years now. But all the same, it's heartening to know the day will soon come when city officials and La Cañada Flintridge residents will be better able to engage with each other.
  • James Sims out as La Cañada football coach

    James Sims out as La Cañada football coach
    As reported via the school’s athletic Twitter account @lacanadasports, La Canada High football Coach James Sims will not return for a third season with the Spartans. The tweet, which was released at roughly 5:30 p.m. Friday evening, read: “...

    La Cañada Unified explores new ways to communicate with public

    La Cañada Unified explores new ways to communicate with public
    La Cañada Unified may soon venture into the world of hashtags and Mark Zuckerberg. The district is assembling a public relations and communications committee that will explore using, among other mediums, Twitter, which uses hashtags, and Facebook,...

    Around Town: The LCF movie connection

    When Brianne Crowley married La Cañadan Geoff Chandler, they had more in common than their love for one another and for USC football. Unlike most young couples, Brianne and Geoff each have pages on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) — Brianne for...

    School board now on Facebook

    The La Cañada school board now has its own Facebook page, the first in a series of steps district officials have promised to take in order to better facilitate communication with the public. In December, school board member Susan Boyd proposed the...