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  • Police and fire departments compete to collect blood

    Police and fire departments compete to collect blood
    Deputies and residents donated blood Wednesday in a regional "Battle of the Badges" competition. A Red Cross mobile station parked outside of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station collected blood from more than 20 people, said Deputy Jorge Valdivia....
  • Sport Chalet takes holiday hit

    Warm, dry weather and economic uncertainty led to a $1.9-million net loss in its third-quarter sales, La Cañada Flintridge-based Sport Chalet Inc. announced Wednesday. “While this was a tough holiday season for many retailers, our third-quarter...
  • La Crescenta man assaulted in home burglary

    Police are seeking suspects in a home burglary that left a La Crescenta resident with possible broken bones, authorities said. The man was returning to his home in the 2900 block of Frances Avenue around 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday to find two black men in his...
  • Hello Pizza's liquor license approved

    The Planning Commission has approved a liquor license for a restaurant in the western section of the city. Hello Pizza at 2261 Foothill Blvd., in the shopping center anchored by Big Lots, will be permitted to sell beer and wine through a conditional-...
  • La Cañada church conference to talk positions

    The La Cañada United Methodist Church will host an annual conference on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The conference is titled "How Firm a Foundation" and will address positions on issues at other churches in Southern California, as well as Hawaii, Guam and...
  • La Cañada residents protest drain plan

    La Cañada Flintridge plans to repair storm drains in three areas of the city, but residents in one neighborhood believe the project is costly and excessive. The $200,000 project is designed to address water runoff and drainage issues. At Fairmount...
  • La Cañada City Council candidates debate key issues

    La Cañada City Council candidates debate key issues
    The three candidates vying for two seats on the La Cañada Flintridge City Council all vowed Wednesday night to decrease crime, support local businesses and stop a freeway extension. In the first public debate before the March 5 election, candidates...
  • Mom's club helps finance LCF playground shade structure

    Mom's club helps finance LCF playground shade structure
    This story has been corrected. See details below. Children playing in Memorial Park this summer will have a place to escape the heat. La Cañada Flintridge completed a shade structure at the park's playground late last month with the support of a local...
  • Julie Andrews visits Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse

    Julie Andrews visits Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse
    Hundreds of fans crowded Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse on Monday night to see Julie Andrews. The English actress and singer is also an author of children's books. She signed copies of her latest work, “The Very Fairy Princess Follows Her...
  • Neighbors talk Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy plans

    Neighbors talk Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy plans
    Residents who live near an 82-year-old all-girls Catholic school are worried that a plan to renovate the campus is too ambitious for a property in a hillside community. At an environmental scoping meeting in the Council Chambers on Monday, several...
  • Residents asked to conserve water use during pipeline upgrade

    Officials are asking residents and businesses in La Cañada Flintridge, La Crescenta and Pasadena to conserve water during an upcoming eight-day pipeline shutdown, Feb. 21 through Feb. 28. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is...
  • NASA making cleanup progress in Pasadena

    A NASA-funded treatment plant in Pasadena has removed hundreds of pounds of toxic residue left over from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's early rocket-building days. The $8.5 million Monk Hill water treatment facility has removed 674 pounds of...