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  • Memorial planned for fallen deputies

    Memorial planned for fallen deputies
    A small group of community members is raising money to build a memorial for Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies who died in the line of duty while serving the Foothills decades ago. Planned for a grassy area just outside the station’s...
  • City Hall to tackle teen parties

    In response to ongoing concerns about underage drinking in La Cañada Flintridge, City Hall is hosting a forum next month designed to educate parents about teens’ partying habits and how to keep their kids safe. Titled “How to Survive Teen...
  • What happened in LCF 10-20-30 Years Ago

    Ten Years Ago It was reported that the Census 2000 figures released in late March 2001 showed La Cañada Flintridge’s population had grown to 20,318, up 4.9% over the 1990 count.   Twenty Years Ago Storms saturated La Cañada Flintridge with...
  • Residents weigh in on disaster preparedness

    A small group of La Cañada Flintridge residents gathered Tuesday at City Hall to do their part in ensuring the city is prepared for earthquakes, fires, floods and other potential natural disasters. City officials are required by state and federal law...
  • Supervisor votes against Brown

    Last week, Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich, whose district includes La Cañada Flintridge, was the only one among his colleagues to cast a symbolic vote against Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed government realignment. The governor’s...
  • LCUSD Board sidelines decision on LCHS field contract

    LCUSD Board sidelines decision on LCHS field contract
    The La Cañada school board delayed making a decision Tuesday on a proposed amendment to an existing joint-use contract between the district, La Cañada High School Boosters Club and the Arroyo United Foundation for La Cañada High School’s football/...
  • Assemblyman cuts his own path

    If the state Legislature were a high school cafeteria, you wouldn’t find Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D- La Cañada Flintridge) sitting with the popular kids. But that’s just fine by him. During his five years in Sacramento, Portantino...
  • LCUSD Board moves to avoid use of value-added data in teacher evaluations

    A list of educational goals for the La Cañada Unified School District in the 2011-12 school year were approved at Tuesday night’s Governing Board meeting on a vote of four to one. School board member Cindy Wilcox was the lone dissenting vote....
  • Fraisse's force felt in biggest games

    Fraisse's force felt in biggest games
    Kim Fraisse's final high school water polo match ended in a loss for her Crescenta Valley High Falcons, but it illustrated as clearly as any in her stellar career just what made her a consummate winner in three years as a varsity standout. With 278 goals...
  • Multari says she'll run for board seat

    Ellen Multari has moved around a lot, from Illinois, Oregon and Northern California to La Cañada, and has always made a point to get involved in her children’s school districts. “I’ve seen a wide variety of school offerings,”...
  • Planning Commission gets new member

    An architect and vice president of one of the nation’s largest engineering and construction firms was appointed Monday as the newest member of the city’s Planning Commission. La Cañada Flintridge native Rick Gunter will take over the seat...
  • School board incumbent will run again

    School board incumbent will run again
    Jeanne Broberg has strong family ties to La Cañada Unified. That bond made the decision to run for reelection to the district’s Governing Board in the Nov. 8 election easy. All eight of Broberg’s children attended La Cañada public schools and...