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  • 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,...
  • Angeles National Forest roads to close amid snow, ice

    Angeles National Forest roads to close amid snow, ice
    With a storm on the way, Los Angeles County officials warned of likely closures on roads leading into the Angeles National Forest shortly after midnight Monday. The L.A. County Public Works Department said that based on the forecast of snow and icy road...
  • Mountain roads closed before storm hits L.A. area

    Mountain roads closed before storm hits L.A. area
    Roads in the Angeles National Forest were closed early Tuesday because of an incoming storm expected to dump snow and rain across the Los Angeles region and bring cold weather and heavy winds. The storm is expected to descend on the region beginning...
  • The awards season gets into full swing

    We have sped right into the award-and-benefit season so our community is buzzing with activity. Our very fashionable ladies are coordinating their elegant party clothes, while their escorts are updating their tuxedos in order to attend the many upcoming...
  • Local Boy Scout Council plans annual fundraiser

    The Verdugo Hills Boy Scout Council is hosting its 37th Annual Big Strike Auction fundraiser on Friday, March 25 at the Castaways Restaurant in Burbank. The theme for this year’s event is “Scouting Builds Memories.” Los Angeles Times...
  • 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...
  • Putting teachers to the test

    A Sunday Los Angeles Times article has sparked debate across California about whether teachers should be evaluated based on their students' test scores. The article collected data over a seven-year span and analyzed more than 6,000 elementary school...
  • In Theory: Is America Islamophobic?

    Last week's Time magazine cover story by Bobby Ghosh reported that "hate speech against Muslims and Islam is growing both more widespread and more heated," with protests against a mosque in lower Manhattan and the building of other mosques elsewhere not...
  • Book selection features love, joy, bitterness

    The La Cañada Flintridge One City One Book Committee is transporting readers to the Hawaiian Islands with this year's book selection, "Honolulu," the tale of a Korean mail-order bride who, after escaping a bitter marriage, learns to independently navigate...
  • Gov. signs immunity bill into law

    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law Friday a bill that protects from legal repercussions underage individuals who call 911 during an alcohol-related medical emergency. AB 1999 was authored by state Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada...
  • 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...