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  • New coach, same mission

    GLENDALE — Though there will be a new coach on board, the concept will remain the same for the members of the Crescenta Valley High girls' tennis team. After taking over the program in 1995 and leading the Falcons to nine Pacific League...
  • Benefits boost troops' families

    CITY HALL — When longtime Glendale firefighter Robert Garibay spent a year in Iraq serving as a medic in the U.S. Army National Guard, he left behind his wife and two teenage children. But while she was left on her own, Garibay's wife didn't...
  • Servicemen left off memorial

    MONTROSE SHOPPING PARK — More than 40 years after the Vietnam War Memorial here was first dedicated, community members learned that five local servicemen had been left off the plaques. First dedicated in 1968, the memorial at the corner of Ocean...
  • Rebels ready to roll the dice

    Rebels ready to roll the dice
    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — The Flintridge Prep football team can't take the next step forward without taking a few chances. That would seem to be the rationale of Coach Antonio Harrison as he begins to put his stamp on the program in the first...
  • Brotherly battle strengthens bonds

    What Kyle McDonald and Jordan Whaley have gone through together since spring football practices began could probably put a strain on most friendships. After all, their competition for the opportunity to spend their senior year as the Flintridge Prep...
  • New-look Falcons set for first test

    GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games. The Crescenta Valley High football team is admittedly untested, but the first proving ground will be on a field where the Falcons have played plenty of...
  • Rebels sweep aside Cats

    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Only three matches into the season and Flintridge Prep girls' volleyball Coach Sean Beattie has already defined his team's main strength and weakness. While the Rebels have won all of their matches, Beattie would like to see...
  • Another battle draws near

    Another battle draws near
    GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games. Heading into the season, both the Crescenta Valley High and St. Francis football teams were being talked about as much for who had graduated as anything else....
  • Rebels sour in second half

    MOORPARK — The game film will be queued up first thing today and Flintridge Prep first-year football Coach Antonio Harrison will have plenty to say to his players. Harrison's first issue will likely focus on the Rebels' inability to tackle. It...
  • Rebels have mixed results

    LA CRESCENTA — It's likely an accurate assessment to say both the Flintridge Prep girls' and boys' cross-country squads are rebuilding. But while the girls' squad is looking at expectations of simply improving while laying the foundation of a very...
  • Nitros hope familiar foe yields a victory

    GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. Like Hoover High and Flintridge Prep heading into this week, Glendale's football team is still searching for its first win of the season....
  • Taking his career to the bank

    Taking his career to the bank
    In 1950, 17-year-old Bruce Corbin went looking for a job because he, like most teenagers, needed pocket change. Without having any career in mind, he ventured outside Glendale to Downtown Los Angeles, where he happened to walk into Union Bank and apply...