A bobcat was spotted walking toward the wash near Rosemont and Mayfield avenues in Montrose Wednesday morning, a day after officials from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife held a meeting informing La Crescenta residents how to avoid and handle potential encounters with wild cats, coyotes and bears.
A Glendale man and woman pleaded not guilty this week to charges stemming from a shooting on Friday in which a bullet came within a foot of hitting a young woman who was asleep.
The so-called “building on stilts” at City Hall was added to Glendale’s Register of Historic Resources this week, making it the 100th property to become an official historic landmark at the city level.
A new memorandum of understanding between Glendale Unified and its teachers union marks the first agreement by both parties outlining how the district will handle its online classes.
This week, 27-year-old Glendale resident Karen Kazaryan was sentenced to five years in federal prison for hacking into the accounts of hundreds of female victims and coercing them to send naked pictures of themselves to him.
Most ideas begin small. They’re like saplings stretching for sunlight from a forest floor. Vines, the forest predators, twist and turn and often strangle a new seedling. Ideas are the same. They too have a precarious beginning. Their predators are people who pillage a thought and choke it until it dies.
Ho, Ho, Ho — 'Tis the season. It's party time in the foothills. Last Friday night it was the annual Festival in Lights at Memorial Park. Santa Claus arrived by sheriff's patrol car and greeted the assembled crowd. Carols were sung by the school kids and the Miss La Cañada Flintridge court introduced. And then, like magic, the lights went on in the median down Foothill Boulevard. Our city looks so pretty with its holiday lights.
For the third time in a four-year span, the La Cañada High football team will begin anew.
Over the past few weeks, I have heard and seen a great deal of distorted and outright incorrect information about the proposed changes to the city's Zoning Code and Housing Element regarding low- and moderate-income housing. Perhaps you also have heard some of this misinformation, so I am writing to help clarify the situation and dispel any misconceptions. Below are the facts you should know before coming to conclusions.
The newly formed La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board got down to business Tuesday night after a transition ceremony and reception, deciding to draft a resolution addressing its concerns with current plans by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works to remove 2.4 million to 4 million cubic yards of sediment from Devil's Gate Dam over the next seven years.