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  • Updated: Power outage causes short day at La Cañada High School

    Updated: Power outage causes short day at La Cañada High School
    La Cañada High School students had a short and sweet school day Monday, as a power outage prompted administrators to turn students loose at 11 a.m. A nearby transformer failed at about 12:30 a.m. Monday, according to Southern California Edison,...
  • Utilities required to plan for natural disasters

    Utilities required to plan for natural disasters
    A new law inspired by the windstorms that hammered the San Gabriel Valley in 2011 was signed into law over the weekend, forcing utilities to develop emergency management plans and work closely with local cities on how to respond to natural disasters. The...
  • Jessen Drive and Foothill work to continue into November

    Jessen Drive and Foothill work to continue into November
    Primary construction on the Jessen Drive Bridge and approaching roadways is complete and estimates are that final construction on the project will end in the first week of November, according to city Public Works staff. Work currently taking place on...
  • New Palm Crest bridge rises

    New Palm Crest bridge rises
    The old timber bridge is gone, and a new concrete span is taking shape on Jessen Drive, just above Palm Crest Elementary School. The new bridge replaces a 1930s-era span at the foot of Earl Canyon that failed to meet Caltrans safety standards. City...
  • Cars flooded the Foothill Freeway

    Cars flooded the Foothill Freeway
    Ten Years Ago A new dress code was approved for La Cañada High School that banned backless and strapless tops, gang-related clothing, and metal spikes or studs. It also stated that boxer shorts and bra straps were not to be visible and that midriffs...
  • 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 Cañada 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...
  • Stephen Del Guercio becomes city's mayor for third time

    Stephen Del Guercio becomes city's mayor for third time
    La Cañada Flintridge Councilman Stephen Del Guercio was named to his third stint as mayor of the city on Monday, replacing David Spence.. Spence leaves the post after having served five terms, making him the longest-serving mayor in the city's history....
  • La Cañada to look at stricter smoking ban

    La Cañada to look at stricter smoking ban
    On Monday night, the La Cañada Flintridge City Council will consider a proposal that bans smoking around shopping areas, outdoor dining areas and nature trails. A state law prohibits smoking in most enclosed public places, including places 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...
  • 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 Cañada 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...
  • Vacant lot on Foothill Boulevard is getting a lift

    Vacant lot on Foothill Boulevard is getting a lift
    Residents who drive or walk past an open dirt space on Foothill Boulevard will soon have a more pleasant view. A project to turn a Southern California Edison plot of land into park-like grounds is set to be completed next month. It will include trees,...