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  • Petition calls for board to restore school days

    A group of La Caņada Unified parents spent Sunday evening in Memorial Park asking Music in the Park concert attendees to sign a petition asking the school board to rescind its decision to eliminate four days of school next year. The move to increase...
  • In Theory: Leaving 'under God' out of the Pledge

    Q. The NBC television network has come under fire for omitting the words “under God” from a broadcast of the Pledge of Allegiance shown before the U.S. Open golf championship. The video montage of patriotic images including the American flag...
  • Los Gringos Locos finds a bigger home

    Los Gringos Locos finds a bigger home
    One La Caņada mainstay will replace another in 2012 when Los Gringos Locos, a family-friendly Mexican food restaurant, moves to where Conrad’s Family Restaurant, a 43-year La Caņada eatery, held residence at 631 Foothill Blvd. until it closed on May...
  • Empowering lives, one bike at a time

    Four area high schools — La Caņada High, Crescenta Valley High, South Pasadena and Hoover High — are collecting bicycles over the summer to donate to homeless men and women living on Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles. Teens of the student-...
  • Eight days and counting

    Eight days remain for at least one more La Canada resident to file a declaration of candidacy for one of the two seats opening up on the La Canada school board. If no one steps up, the Nov. 8 election will be canceled and these two seats will be...
  • Council looks at boosting business climate

    Creation of a new economic development program that would supplement the La Caņada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce’s efforts to improve the city’s business climate was discussed by members of the City Council Tuesday. Pat Anderson, president...
  • The Valley Line: Bits, bows and bites from around town

    “Old Glory” was flying high and so beautiful, adorning many yards in our city. It was a great Fourth of July celebration for many people I’ve talked with. I had a lovely time with friends who live in the La Vinia neighborhood. We...
  • He's bucking his party

    [Re: “Budget cut for voting wrong?”— July 14] I’ve had my disagreements with Mr. Portantino, but my hat’s off to him for bucking his party by voting against the recently passed state budget. The Democratic leadership is...
  • La Caņada Town Center sale finalized

    La Cañada Town Center sale finalized
    Los Angeles-based IDS Real Estate Group has purchased La Caņada Flintridge Town Center for a price in excess of $40 million, the company announced Thursday. A deal for the 7.6-acre retail complex at Foothill Boulevard and Angeles Crest Highway, the city&...
  • More on home loan problems

    I was reading the letter to the editor that was written by a man who had so much trouble getting a loan (“It’s gotten tough to get a home loan,” Aug. 11). Well, I am having trouble keeping one. A well-known bank is trying to steal my...
  • P.E.O. chapter holds summer luncheon

    With a nod to the recent British royal wedding, members of Chapter OM, P.E.O. donned hats for their summer luncheon at the home of Michelle Hall. President Nancy Cabot greeted members, introduced guests and thanked the social committee for a wonderful...
  • Auproux winning the right way

    Auproux winning the right way
    Garrett Auproux has seen his share of bad behavior and inappropriate outbursts from opponents during his years playing high school and tournament boys' tennis. The Burroughs High sophomore has competed against athletes who have used foul language,...