Candice Young has stepped foot in 40 countries, including 27 since she graduated from UC Davis in 2011 with a degree in biological sciences.
Along the way, no nation has captured the 26-year-old La Cañada High School graduate’s heart like Nepal. Continue reading “LCHS Grad Steps Up Big for Nepal”
La Cañada Flintridge resident Courtney B. Vance’s first Emmy nomination was one of a whopping 22 earned by “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” the stellar FX production in which he played a key part. Continue reading “LCF’s Vance Receives Emmy Nomination for Cochran Role”
Jamie Lewsadder’s dream job got even better Tuesday, when the Governing Board welcomed her, unanimously, into her role as La Cañada Unified School District’s first chief technology officer. Continue reading “Lewsadder Named District’s First Chief Tech Officer”
“Please, ‘Pokémon Go’ responsibly.” Consider that a public service reminder from Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Captain Bill Song. Continue reading “Be Alert When Pursuing Pokémon”
This is your mother’s charity.
Kids and Teens Care L.A.-La Cañada is a grassroots group formed 2½ years ago with two goals: to look out for the less fortunate around the world — including right here in La Cañada Flintridge — and to teach the youth involved the value of such work. Continue reading “Local Moms and Kids Have a Heart for Those in Need”
Consider them a team of scientific superheroes whose mission is to democratize air quality data in a way that tangibly benefits the world. Continue reading “Ingenuity of ex-LCHS Science Enthusiasts is Recognized”
Vicki Schwartz said she’s long wondered why La Cañada Flintridge didn’t have a Sister City. Continue reading “Sister Act: LCF Group Hunts for Companion City”
The brightly colored deck chairs you would normally expect to see on a cruise ship or poolside didn’t seem at all out of place Wednesday stationed around the lake in the otherwise utterly native Oak Woodland section of Descanso Gardens. Continue reading “Descanso Visitors Lounge Lakeside This Summer”
The sales are over; the doors are closed permanently. Sport Chalet, the sporting goods retail giant that was born in La Cañada Flintridge 57 years ago, was shuttered last week, it’s 45,000-square foot anchor store in LCF’s Town Center dark until a new tenant or tenants move in. Continue reading “Goodbye, Sport Chalet”
The La Cañada Flintridge City Council elected at its annual budget meetings this week to dip into the city’s reserves and withdraw $492,200 to cover all of the capital projects and community contributions it deemed necessary in the coming year.
“That’s what reserves are for,” City Councilman Dave Spence said Tuesday. Continue reading “City Taps Reserves for New Project Tracking System”