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  • New happenings under the Sun's umbrella

    Perhaps you’ve heard the word on the street, or seen our recent advertisements to this effect: Times Community News tomorrow launches the Pasadena Sun, a weekly newspaper that will shine new light on the cities of Pasadena, South Pasadena and San...
  • Reforestation not taking hold in land burned by Station fire

    Reforestation not taking hold in land burned by Station fire
    A year ago,  U.S. Forest Service crews planted nearly a million pine and fir trees in the San Gabriel Mountains to try to reclaim land scorched clean by the devastating Station fire. Most of them shriveled up and died within months, as skeptics had...
  • Widow with dementia gave $600,000 to Kabbalah Centre charity

    Widow with dementia gave $600,000 to Kabbalah Centre charity
    Susan Strong Davis, an 87-year-old widow who grew up in La Canada Flintridge, spends the day inside her Palos Verdes Estates home, tended round-the-clock by nurse's aides. For company, relatives say, she has her dog, the television and, on increasingly...
  • It's gotten tough to get a home loan

    The process of financing a business or home has become more difficult. I just completed a three-month-long refinance of my home. I have gone through this several times in my life. Never before have I had to provide so many documents to the underwriter. I...
  • Portantino says numbers don't add up

    Portantino says numbers don't add up
    Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D- La Cañada Flintridge) and a Stanford-based open government group alleged Monday that recently disclosed Assembly member spending records are tainted by political posturing. Accounts of member spending released Friday by...
  • Former Dodgers exec Mannion lists La Cañada Flintridge estate for $3.3 million

    Former Dodgers President Dennis Mannion has listed his estate in La Canada Flintridge for sale at $3.3 million. Set on two acres, the Spanish-style house offers views of Pasadena, Glendale and Los Angeles. The 5,019-square-foot main house, built in...
  • Reservations due for 'An Evening of Wine & Roses'

    Area residents are reminded to make reservations today to attend “An Evening of Wine and Roses,” which will be held on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 5:30 p.m. This is the biggest fund-raising event of the year for the La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of...
  • Around Town: Joaquin, Rosita and history

    This story is true. Or not. At right about the time of the California Gold Rush, around 1849, a young man named Joaquin Murieta and his pretty wife Rosita traveled north from Mexico, to the California mining camps to mine for gold. The threads of...
  • Pigs set to fly as event raises bucks for float

    Pigs set to fly as event raises bucks for float
    As the countdown to New Year’s Day nears and work begins in earnest on the city’s float entry in the Rose Parade, members and supporters of the La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Assn. gathered Sunday night for the group’s annual...
  • Not such a little thing

    I love living in La Cañada. It's the little things that make the difference here, like the way the mailman or the librarian greet you when you meet. Or the pride our residents take in their homes and gardens. There's a friendliness in the waves you get on...
  • Hiker finds woman's body in Angeles National Forest

    The body of a woman was found Thursday afternoon by a hiker in the Angeles National Forest. The discovery was made on East Fork Road near Prairie Fork Road, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said. Homicide detectives were investigating the...
  • Around Town: A legend delivered by word of mouth

    When we moved to La Cañada in 1976, our 83-year-old neighbor, Hazel Castevens, told us that the Wells Fargo Pony Express once had a route past what is today the west end of the Crescenta-Cañada Family YMCA parking lot. The street was called Michigan...