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  • Our Readers Write

    Cal-Med gone, but not forgotten Awareness of my mortality is never more acute than when I hear of a loved one's death. And so it was last week when I phoned Cal-Med Pharmacy. "Today's our last day — we're closing," the pharmacist said matter-of-...
  • Merchants plan sidewalk sale

    LCF Merchants will host a citywide sidewalk sale Saturday intended to stimulate business in the typically quiet month of August. The sale will include discounted retail prices, free food and drink samples and an opportunity to meet and mingle with local...
  • 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...
  • Sprouts reschedules La Caņada opening

    The long-awaited opening of a specialty grocery store in the vacant former Sport Chalet location on Foothill Boulevard will take at least another six months, but other area entrepreneurs promise they’re still on track to open this summer. Henry&...
  • City hesitant to regulate plastic bags

    Despite a recent vote by L.A. County Supervisors to prohibit the use of disposable plastic shopping bags in unincorporated areas such as La Crescenta, officials in La Caņada Flintridge aren't in any hurry to follow with regulations of their own. "I...
  • Local merchants welcome deal-hunters

    Local merchants welcome deal-hunters
    There may not have been the early morning hordes of deal hunters reported at the Glendale Galleria or the Best Buy electronics store in Burbank, but Black Friday still meant brisk business in La Caņada Flintridge. Lines ebbed and flowed throughout the...
  • Schools help with charitable drive

    Local elementary and high schools are assisting the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station in its 23rd annual holiday Toy and Food Drive. Students from local schools have been filling bins with a variety of foods and toys for the sheriff department's drive....
  • Legislators try to revive old bills

    Local lawmakers used a brief legislative session this month to dust off old bills that never made it, and to push new proposals ahead of the new year. State Sen. Carol Liu (D-La Caņada Flintridge) reintroduced two measures that failed last year,...
  • Piece of Mind: The Crest will open Monday. Or won't.

    Piece of Mind: The Crest will open Monday. Or won't.
    Speculation is high that Angeles Crest Highway, closed at the La Caņada border since sustaining severe damage from heavy rains last January, will reopen next week. But we have been unable to get Caltrans to tell us that on the record, at least as of our...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...