When Jake Stolmack hears himself say it aloud, the gravity of the notion hits him: “You tell people, ‘Oh, we’re singing for the Pope,’ but then you’re like, ‘We’re singing for the Pope!’” Continue reading “LCHS Choir Off to Italy to Sing — Maybe Even for the Pope”
Capt. Bill Song soon will be Cmdr. Song.
On Sunday, April 2, the current captain at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station is set to depart the post he’s held since May 2013. Song learned recently that he has been tabbed for a promotion, which the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced Tuesday will be in its Technology and Support Division. Continue reading “CV Sheriff’s Department to Change Captains”
La Cañada Flintridge has found its match.
At their meeting Tuesday, City Council members made it official, authorizing LCF to execute a Sister Cities Agreement with the Spanish township of Villanueva de la Cañada. Continue reading “LCF Finds Its Sister City in Villanueva de la Cañada”
In its mid-year budget review last week, the City Council approved $203,025 in funding for nine projects, including dedicating $80,000 to costs related to the building that will house La Cañada Flintridge’s new City Hall. Continue reading “City Council Commits $80K for New City Hall”
After discussions with several national retailers, IDS Real Estate Group has narrowed the field to two potential tenants in line to fill the empty former Sport Chalet store in the Town Center, according to Rob Fuelling, senior vice president at IDS. Continue reading “Two Retailers Emerge to Possibly Fill Former Sport Chalet”
The custodians claimed it wasn’t a big deal, but school officials and community members at Tuesday’s La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board meeting disagreed, lauding four men for thwarting a carjacking attempt on Feb. 15 in the La Cañada High School parking lot.
Asked whether they’d like to continue taking steps toward putting forth a bond measure in November, the members of the La Cañada Unified School District’s Governing Board nodded vigorously. Continue reading “Voters Indicate Support for Bond”
Mary Virgallito visited her former teacher Mark Ewoldsen and some of his AP biology students on Monday, delivering a presentation meant to inform and inspire.
The La Cañada High School graduate brought an important, powerful friend with her. Continue reading “USC-VHH Infection Expert Shares Germ Zapper With LCHS”
Ready for take-off, Gaines McCollum, a sophomore at La Cañada High School, sat comfortably behind the controls of a Boeing 737, plotting his course from KLAX to KLAS.
For the benefit of a guest in the cockpit on this particular afternoon, the 16-year-old explained that was pilot-speak for Los Angeles International to Las Vegas’ McCarran International: “And once I’ve been cleared, I’ll have to find my Loop Eight Departure and my Daggett Transition. I plan my entire flight because just like how there are lanes on a highway, there are lanes in the sky, so I’ll get waypoints I have to go on ….”
This flight, like hundreds of others like it, would be a virtual trip. Continue reading “LCHS Sophomore Stokes Passion to Fly”
Voters in La Cañada Flintridge opted for the more experienced candidates, re-electing Dave Spence and Jonathan Curtis on Tuesday to retain their seats on the City Council. Spence will serve a seventh term and Curtis, the city’s current mayor, won a second. Continue reading “Voters Give Spence, Curtis Another City Council Term”