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  • County pitches in for Ultimate Destination Point project

    County pitches in for Ultimate Destination Point project
    A scenic lookout with views of the San Gabriel Mountains and La Caņada Flintridge got a boost Monday from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. The city has been waiting for additional funding for the Ultimate Destination Point project, which...
  • Cherry Canyon Park volunteers remove ivy and plant native species

    Cherry Canyon Park volunteers remove ivy and plant native species
    Volunteers spent half a day Saturday removing recently planted ivy seedlings from the Owl Trail entrance in Cherry Canyon and replacing them with sage, currant, lilac and other native plants. The effort was spearheaded by Lisa Novick, director of...
  • William Johnson's persimmon trees get a reprieve

    William Johnson's persimmon trees get a reprieve
    City officials will not force a longtime resident to rip out his persimmon trees any time soon. The City Council voted Tuesday to approve the city's updated General Plan, which does not permit agricultural activity on open spaces. But they may make a...
  • Resident determined not to miss daughter's wedding

    Resident determined not to miss daughter's wedding
    Ten Years Ago A man armed with a handgun robbed the La Caņada branch of Washington Mutual Bank and escaped with an undisclosed amount of money. The robber paused to write his hold-up note in the teller's presence, then handed it across the counter to...
  • 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 Caņada Flintridge....
  • City's trail loop almost finished

    A set of small trail projects in La Caņada Flintridge is expected to make a big difference for users of the city's extensive trail network. A new wilderness path now under construction between Verdugo Boulevard and Descanso Drive will, along with...
  • Quick Hits

    La Caņada farmers market closed for holidays With the Christmas and New Year's holidays falling on Saturdays, the La Caņada Flintridge Farmers Market will be closed Dec. 25 and Jan. 1. The vendors will return to the parking lot across Foothill Boulevard...
  • Oak falls onto power lines

    Oak falls onto power lines
    An oak tree in a gully behind homes along the 500 block of Meadow Grove Street in La Caņada Flintridge came crashing down into power lines early Thursday morning, snapping a utility pole in half and cutting off electricity to as many as 582 homes or...
  • Body recovered from Angeles National Forest

    A Southern California Edison subcontractor and noted ornithologist died Wednesday after falling 200 feet while conducting surveying work in rugged terrain north of Mt. Wilson. Michael San Miguel, 70, of Arcadia, was working on an environmental survey in...
  • 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 Caņada 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...
  • Our Readers Write

    Utility should pay for generator rental I am a retired, 100-year-old physician, former director of education at Huntington Memorial Hospital with honorary degrees from Johns Hopkins and various other places. Recently I received a printed card in the...
  • 10-20-30 Years Ago

    10-20-30 Years Ago
    Ten Years Ago: Stephen H. Liu, M.D. was named Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation's Humanitarian of the Year for outstanding service to the community. Twenty Years Ago The Crescenta-Caņada Dragon swim team made a splash by placing first at the Cal-...