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  • Dog owners challenge leash law

    Dog owners challenge leash law
    For years a group of dog owners in La Cañada Flintridge have walked beside their fluffy companions without leashes on a trail in the city, an action that is unlawful. Now they are asking the city for a designated off-leash area after a recent complaint...
  • Letter: What progress since the windstorm?

    This Saturday, Nov. 30, marks the two-year anniversary that my family's home, and hundreds of other La Cañada Flintridge homes, lost their power for six to seven days following a windstorm. Thousands of additional LCF homes also lost their power...
  • La Cañada History: Kids ride a miniature backyard railroad

    La Cañada History: Kids ride a miniature backyard railroad
    Ten Years Ago A La Cañada High School senior shot in the face during an after-prom party at a residence on Greencrest Road was in stable condition at Huntington Memorial Hospital 10 years ago this week, as investigators continued tracking down clues...
  • La Cañada officials announce new trailhead name

    La Cañada officials announce new trailhead name
    The newly renovated park-like space on Foothill Boulevard that connects to trails in the city now has a name. Winery Channel Trailhead --- named for a channel that a nearby flume crosses --- will greet residents at the corner of Indiana Avenue and...
  • Cherry Canyon rest area goes to work

    Cherry Canyon rest area goes to work
    Longtime local trails advocate Liz Blackwelder expressed gratitude Monday as a celebration was held to mark the completion of a rest area in Cherry Canyon that provides waters for humans and horses. The Ultimate Destination Point, which offers views...
  • Update: Power restored in La Cañada Flintridge

    [UPDATE 11:35 a.m.: Power was restored in La Cañada on Monday following an outage that Edison officials say was caused by an animal inside electrical equipment.] The outage was reported about 8:15 a.m. and has impacted Southern California Edison...
  • Overturned dump truck causes outages in the Foothills

    Overturned dump truck causes outages in the Foothills
    A dump truck loaded with dirt overturned on Briggs Avenue after losing its brakes Tuesday morning, briefly causing power outages in La Crescenta and La Cañada Flintridge. The truck driver said he purposely overturned his truck alongside the Pickens...
  • 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...
  • Locals dedicate Trail Council Link to complete citywide trail loop

    Locals dedicate Trail Council Link to complete citywide trail loop
    Nearly a decade of planning — the collaboration of city, county and state agencies and utilities with local residents and members of the La Cañada Flintridge Trails Council — came to a victorious close Saturday as the ribbon was cut on a trail...
  • Historic oak falls at Lanterman House

    Historic oak falls at Lanterman House
    A towering oak tree that had stood for more than a century came crashing down this weekend onto the parking lot of the Lanterman House, the victim of heavy winds and rains that also felled a number of other large trees throughout La Cañada Flintridge....
  • Landowner fights lonely battle for farm's future

    Landowner fights lonely battle for farm's future
    In a remote part of the hills above La Cañada Flintridge, a landowner is fighting a lonely battle on whether small-scale commercial farming, practiced here since the late 1800s, still has a place. William Johnson owns 67 acres along Angeles Crest...
  • 2011 in Review: Power outages, school board shifts, Costa trial

    2011 in Review: Power outages, school board shifts, Costa trial
    La Cañada saw its share of troubling news in 2011, the most controversial being a complaint filed against a La Cañada High School teacher for having made ethnic slurs in her math classrooms. But there also were celebratory moments — for the...