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  • Lawnmower Exchange

    There are 8 events scheduled throughout the AQMD's 4-county jurisdiction: Palm Desert (May 7); Long Beach (May 14); Inglewood (May 21); Riverside (June 4); Pasadena (June 11); Rancho Cucamonga (June 18); Northridge (July 9) and Anaheim (July 23)....
  • La Caņada gets league win

    La Cañada gets league win
    The ball hasn't been bouncing in the La Caņada High baseball team's favor much this season. So when Anthony Mizrahi turned on an inside curveball during a home game against Rio Hondo League opponent San Marino, Spartans Coach Dennis Ballard feared the...
  • Danuns leads Spartan singles

    Things didn't start out well for the La Caņada High boys' tennis team in its home match against Rio Hondo League rival South Pasadena Friday. The Spartans were playing without their regular No. 1 singles player, Joshua Kim, who was out with an injury,...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Alison Brie

    Alison Brie couldn't be happier that her tightly wound character, Annie Edison, gets to cut loose in the two-part season finale of "Community," which concludes Thursday, May 12, on NBC. The actress admits, though, that the epic campus paintball war that's...
  • Long resigns as Hoover coach

    Long resigns as Hoover coach
    GLENDALE — For three seasons, Chris Long took on the task of turning the Hoover High football team in the right direction. But on Monday afternoon, Long resigned from his position after failing to obtain the credentials necessary to remain as an...
  • SELF BUILDERS ROSE PARADE FLOATS - PART ONE

    Gayle Anderson was live in South Pasadena and Sierra Madre with two of the six organizations that are building their own Rose Parade Floats. South Pasadena (www.sptor.com): "Backyard Adventures" is this year's self built Rose Parade entry, which...
  • Neighbors invited to community forum

    Parents, educators, students and interested community members from Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena, South Pasadena and surrounding communities are invited to a Community Forum on Public Education from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 29 at the Pacific Community Center,...
  • City to weigh preservation of historic buildings

    City to weigh preservation of historic buildings
    La Caņada Flintridge officials are considering whether to launch a voluntary historic preservation program for buildings in the city. The program would, if adopted, provide property-tax relief in exchange for guarantees that those savings would be...
  • I'm Just Sayin': Bracing for a budget massacre

    I'm Just Sayin': Bracing for a budget massacre
    Jerry Brown was sworn in as California's 39th governor on Monday and promised a "tough budget for tough times." He faces a whopping projected deficit of $28 billion for the next fiscal year. His budget proposal is due to the Legislature in Sacramento by...
  • Mt. Waterman gets a lift

    Mt. Waterman gets a lift
    Lynn Newcomb would have been proud — or jealous. Seventy-two years after its founder installed the first rope tow, Mt. Waterman resort was buzzing this weekend with hundreds of visitors who strapped on their bindings and hit the slopes to kick off...
  • A new wave against 710 tunnel

    A new wave against 710 tunnel
    Linking quality of life in Glendale to the cargo containers at the Port of Los Angeles, opponents of the proposed 710 Freeway extension are studying a sweeping alternative to the plan to dig a five-mile tunnel connecting the 710 to the 210 Freeway. On...
  • Crime Blotter- Jan. 19

    Area 1 4554 N. Briggs Ave: Eduardo Escamilla entered the lobby of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's station on Jan. 11 and began yelling that he wanted his property back. He claimed he was given the wrong backpack by the station yesterday and wanted his...