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  • City's trail loop almost finished

    A set of small trail projects in La Cañada 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...
  • 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...
  • 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-Cañada Dragon swim team made a splash by placing first at the Cal-...
  • Power outages in La Crescenta, Rosemont Middle School

    A power outage was reported in the La Crescenta area at 9:25 a.m., affecting 1,396 customers, according to Southern California Edison officials. Officials have not determined a cause, Robert Villegas, a spokesman for the utility, said.  The boundaries...
  • Padilla introduces bill to create earthquake early-warning system

    Padilla introduces bill to create earthquake early-warning system
    State Sen. Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima) introduced a bill Monday to create a system in California to warn the public seconds in advance of an earthquake. The warning system, which is already implemented in Japan, could give people as long as one minute to...
  • SoCal Edison asks for patience in restoring power

    A spokesman for Southern California Edison said it could be a while before power is restored to La Cañada Flintridge residents as crews work to get roughly 200,000 customers back online. Crews are still working to "de-energize" downed power lines before...
  • La Cañada avoids major damage, but stays in the dark

    La Cañada avoids major damage, but stays in the dark
    Though La Cañada Flintridge suffered its share of downed trees and busted fences Thursday, the worst issue appeared to be a continuing citywide power outage.  According to residents, the outage began at approximately 9 p.m. Wednesday, and has...
  • Subsiding winds clear the way for massive clean up effort

    Subsiding winds clear the way for massive clean up effort
    Winds on the scale seen Wednesday night failed to materialize overnight Thursday, but officials warned that unstable air masses could still produce dangerous wind gusts through the weekend. High wind advisories remained in effect this morning,...
  • Most schools remain closed amid ongoing power outage

    La Cañada schools will remain closed Friday as an ongoing power outage keeps much of the city in the dark. It is the second consecutive day of cancelled classes in the wake of a powerful windstorm overnight Wednesday that hammered the Crescenta and San...
  • South Pas, La Cañada residents make the most of being powerless

    South Pas, La Cañada residents make the most of being powerless
    Families without electrical power since Wednesday night's windstorm were making do by getting out of their cold, dark houses and into the great outdoors, or to parts of town where the heat and electricity were on. On Saturday afternoon, thousands of...
  • Despite the cold, conditions still ripe for wildfires

    Despite the cold, conditions still ripe for wildfires
    Despite the cold temperatures, the National Weather Service today said dry, breezy conditions could create "a dangerous forest fire environment." The agency lifted its red-flag warning in Los Angeles and Ventura counties for the first time since the...