I am honored to currently serve as mayor of La Cañada Flintridge after first being elected to the La Cañada Flintridge City Council in 2013 and after having served on the City’s Planning Commission for five years. Continue reading “Guest Column: Jonathan Curtis”
At Tuesday’s City Council meeting, city staff members defended their decision not to file reports with the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station following three recent acts of vandalism at Memorial Park. Continue reading “City Opts Not to Report Vandalism at Memorial Park”
On Saturday morning, workers collecting storm debris from residential neighborhoods in La Cañada Flintridge also picked up political yard signs from some front yards, city officials said. Continue reading “Storm Debris Collectors Took Political Signs From Yards”
For at least the next two years, the Los Angeles Premier Futbol Club will continue to call La Cañada High School home.
The Governing Board agreed at its meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 15, to license the La Cañada High School football field — where the turf was replaced last summer as part of a $1.3-million upgrade — to the soccer club already associated with the lease. Continue reading “LCUSD Board Extends L.A. Premier Contract Extension”
The forthcoming California Accountability Model evaluations for the 2015-16 school years placed La Cañada Unified School District in familiar territory — among the top-performing districts in the state. Continue reading “Stellar Rankings for LCUSD Evaluations”
Three juveniles were arrested after attempting to steal a car on Feb. 15 from the La Cañada High School parking lot, according to LCHS 7/8 Principal Jarrett Gold. Continue reading “LCHS Carjacking Attempt Thwarted”
One hundred years and four generations later, business is good.
Guided by a shared entrepreneurial spirit, creativity and outright gumption, Robert A. Smith and his descendants have, for a full century, maintained a line of successful California car dealerships.
The three candidates for two open La Cañada Flintridge City Council seats spent an evening together last week at a forum at Flintridge Prep seeking to distinguish themselves in the only debate ahead of the March 7 election.
If you’re one of the 25,000 patients who’ll end up in the emergency room at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital this year, you might owe a thank-you to Linda and Stephen Gill for looking out for you.
State Sen. Anthony Portantino introduced a bill Monday that seeks to require California school districts to start their middle and high school days no earlier than 8:30 a.m.
The Senate Bill 328 may be voted on anytime 31 days after publication, which will be March 16. Continue reading “Portantino: School Day Should Start Later”