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  • Sneaky thieves grab purses

    Recent purse snatchings and another attempted theft at Foothill Boulevard businesses have the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station warning shoppers and store employees to keep a close eye on their belongings, and to stay on the lookout for a tricky couple...
  • Local businesses treated with foot traffic

    Instead of houses, families went trick or treating store-to-store down Foothill Boulevard two days before Halloween on Friday. There was no need to knock as most shops left their doors wide open to greet everyone. The event, arranged by the La Caņada...
  • Challengers eye Dreier's Congressional seat

    Thirty years after he was first elected to Congress, David Dreier looks poised to retain his job representing the 26th District in Washington D.C. Nov. 2 will mark the 16th time the Republican Congressman's name has appeared on the ballot, and if he wins...
  • Our Readers Write: Volunteer in classrooms and donate money

    Last week's well-attended PTA meeting at Palm Crest Elementary brought the plight of school funding to the forefront in our community. For too long, too many of us have convinced ourselves that either the situation was not as bad as we feared or that some...
  • City targets distracted drivers

    City targets distracted drivers
    La Caņada Flintridge officials are renewing calls for increased driver-safety awareness with a campaign in February to spread the message through schools, churches and businesses. Signs warning drivers to "Be Aware, Drive with Care" were placed...
  • Power outages planned next week

    Southern California Edison plans to cut off power to 29 homes and two businesses on Wednesday, March 23, in order to perform electrical system maintenance. Outages are also planned for eight businesses on March 24. Homes and businesses affected by the...
  • Pot bust leads to multiple arrests

    Pot bust leads to multiple arrests
    MONTROSE — Five men were arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of cultivating more than 400 marijuana plants with an estimated street value of $200,000 inside a Montrose clothing store, travel agency and home, police said. The bust on the 2500...
  • Support for Davitt, Olhasso, Kamar

    Support for Davitt We have lived in La Caņada Flintridge for 44 years and agree with our friends that, since cityhood, our past City Council members have done a good job. We are grateful for all who have served us. When elected to our City Council, Mike...
  • Piece of Mind: In praise of our zippy number

    Piece of Mind: In praise of our zippy number
    On July 1, 1963 a new mail coding system, the Zoning Improvement Plan, was launched by U.S. Postmaster General J. Edward Day. La Caņada, approximately 15 years before it was incorporated as the city of La Caņada Flintridge, was assigned the ZIP code...
  • Want to paint your business's building? Think again

    Want to paint your business's building? Think again
    The La Caņada Flintridge Planning Commission Tuesday endorsed a possible zoning ordinance change that could require businesses to submit to Design Commission review when making changes to their existing building colors or installing outdoor furniture....
  • Los Gringos Locos finds a bigger home

    Los Gringos Locos finds a bigger home
    One La Caņada mainstay will replace another in 2012 when Los Gringos Locos, a family-friendly Mexican food restaurant, moves to where Conrad’s Family Restaurant, a 43-year La Caņada eatery, held residence at 631 Foothill Blvd. until it closed on May...
  • Council looks at boosting business climate

    Creation of a new economic development program that would supplement the La Caņada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce’s efforts to improve the city’s business climate was discussed by members of the City Council Tuesday. Pat Anderson, president...