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  • La Cañada commission votes against drive-through businesses

    La Cañada Flintridge has a few drive-through businesses, but the Planning Commission may not want any more. On Tuesday the commission voted 4-0 to recommend against a change to the Downtown Village Specific Plan to allow drive-throughs. The change...
  • Voters need substance from Krikorian

    As the election nears, I ask myself, what do supporters of Greg Krikorian see that I do not? I consider myself an educated and informed voter, but am puzzled by Krikorian's platitudes and do not find them helpful for someone who wants to keep an open...
  • The spending has to stop

    California must change course. In a recent survey of American chief executives, California ranked 50th in providing a business-friendly environment. Their finding: over-taxation and burdensome regulation, evidenced by the double-digit unemployment rate...
  • Town Center to get an overhaul

    Town Center to get an overhaul
    Big change is coming to the La Cañada Flintridge Town Center, with a new fountain, a burger joint and events to draw visitors. Town Center owners IDS Real Estate revealed plans this week for a redesign of the public space in the center at Angeles Crest...
  • Grand Prix added to Flintridge Horse Show

    Grand Prix added to Flintridge Horse Show
    Flintridge La Cañada Guild of Huntington Hospital announced this week that the 91st annual Flintridge Horse Show, set for April 26 to 29, has added a $25,000 Grand Prix event. After 90 years as a children's horse show, the event will be modeled after...
  • Local chambers ready for business expo

    The economy may continue to sputter, but local business leaders are preparing for another wall-to-wall crowd at the 10th annual Tri-Chamber Foothills Community Business Expo next week. The expo, which will start at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 8 at Verdugo...
  • Civility: Business casual tips

    Civility: Business casual tips
    Part I: The latest statistics from the Society for Human Resource Management show that 89% of U.S. companies allow workers to wear casual clothing one day a week. Forty-four percent of all U.S. businesses have adopted casual all-the-time policies, up from...
  • Expo buoys local businesses amid threat of double-dip recession

    Expo buoys local businesses amid threat of double-dip recession
    Even as they labored to attract new customers at the 10th Annual Tri-Chamber Foothills Community Business Expo, local business owners said they are adjusting to a new economic reality in which the customers are frugal and the lenders cautious. "I...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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 Cañada...
  • 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...