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  • La Cañada's Gordon Crawford leaving Capital Group to focus on improving journalism

    La Cañada's Gordon Crawford leaving Capital Group to focus on improving journalism
    It was Crawford who basically forced the resignation of Steve Case from the top spot at AOL Time Warner. Malone, Turner and Crawford huddled in Malone's office to pick a triggerman, and the investor drew the short straw. "Ted said he couldn't do it...
  • Around Town: Railway would put town on the right track

    Ever since President Benjamin Harrison skipped La Cañada on his 1891 Pacific rail tour, La Cañada has been disconnected. Harrison’s route took him to Los Angeles, and from there to San Diego, Santa Ana, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Pasadena,...
  • La Cañada resident Brian Mulligan sues LAPD for $20 million

    A former Deutsche Bank executive has filed a suit against the Los Angeles Police Department, alleging that two officers dragged him to a motel last year and severely beat him when he tried to escape. Brian C. Mulligan, a resident of La Cañada Flintridge,...
  • 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...
  • Man who allegedly threatened to drive off side of mountain in Angeles National Forest arrested

    A man who authorities say attempted to kill himself and his estranged girlfriend by driving them off the side of a mountain was taken into custody Sunday after he crashed his vehicle into a guardrail, fled the scene and then barricaded himself in a home...
  • La Cañada History: Cub Scouts help young patients being treated for tuberculosis

    La Cañada History: Cub Scouts help young patients being treated for tuberculosis
    Ten Years Ago Fourth-grade students at La Cañada Elementary School completed a section of their social studies unit in December 2002 with a lesson in making tamales. Their instructor was Blair Salisbury of El Cholo Pasadena. Twenty Years Ago The...
  • Hiker rescued from trail off Angeles Crest Highway, suffers minor injuries

    Search and rescue teams from Montrose and Sierra Madre were able to locate a Pasadena man late Thursday night after he slipped over the edge of a hiking trail off Angeles Crest Highway, officials said. The hiker -- identified in a  KCAL-TV report as 23-...
  • The case of the Clint Eastwood cutout and an unknown hombre

    The case of the Clint Eastwood cutout and an unknown hombre
    Reg Green of La Cañada Flintridge enjoys a brisk early morning hike, and that's what he was doing in the hills behind Descanso Gardens when he came upon an imposing figure standing motionless on the trail. Green, 83, was briefly alarmed, then realized...
  • Santa to take a dive for Sport Chalet in La Cañada

    Santa to take a dive for Sport Chalet in La Cañada
    First there was surfing Santa Claus and hockey-playing Santa. Now St. Nick is strapping on an oxygen tank to take photos underwater with shoppers at Sport Chalet. The sporting goods chain, based in La Canada, is offering customers a free photo op with a...
  • La Cañada's Brendan Hempstead says goodbye to his father, then scores 29 points

    It was a tough day for sophomore Brendan Hempstead of La Canada. He said goodbye to his father, Todd, who died of cancer on Friday and had his funeral on Monday afternoon. The entire La Canada basketball team went to the funeral. Read more >> --...
  • Banksy may have made his mark on Montrose

    Banksy may have made his mark on Montrose
    A vinyl-sticker depiction of President Obama has appeared on a wall in Montrose in the style as the world-renowned, yet secretive, graffiti street artist Banksy. The vinyl-sticker — on a concrete wall on Ocean View Boulevard near Foothill...
  • Around Town: Think long

    Around Town: Think long
    Our mother ship, the Los Angeles Times, broke the story first. The Huffington Post picked it up. "An eccentric, globetrotting multibillionaire who doesn't own a home in California — or anywhere, for that matter; he says he has little use for...