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  • La Caņada businesses invited to make connections

    A new networking and marketing workshop for area businesses, “Let’s Connect LCF!” will be held at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 24 at the La Caņada Flintridge Library, 4545 Oakwood Ave. Cost to attend is $5; no reservations are required....
  • Split vote stalls action on new signboard rules in La Caņada

    After a lively debate late Tuesday on whether the city's sign ordinance should be tweaked to allow two Foothill Boulevard private schools to install electronic message boards, the La Caņada Flintridge Planning Commission remained evenly split 2-2, leading...
  • Glendale City Council approves economic development nonprofit

    Glendale City Council approves economic development nonprofit
    The City Council approved creating a nonprofit corporation that, according to a city report, may “become a central hub for business activity in the future” at a Tuesday meeting. The nonprofit corporation, which may cost an estimated $5,000 to...
  • Clark Magnet takes top honor in trivia game

    Clark Magnet takes top honor in trivia game
    Students from Clark Magnet High School emerged as the winners of this year's Smart-a-Thon, a trivia tournament and fundraiser put on by the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce. Thirty-four sponsored teams of four people each representing local...
  • Alleged Medicare scheme involving Glendale man unfolds

    A Glendale man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges that he attempted to defraud Medicare by submitting more than $11 million in bogus claims for unnecessary medical services. Karen Sarkissian, 43, and L’ Tanya Smith, 57, of Ladera Park, were...
  • Verdugo Views: H.S. Webb and his store grew with Glendale

    Verdugo Views: H.S. Webb and his store grew with Glendale
    Harry S. Webb founded Webb’s Department Store in 1917 with a loan from his mother. Webb had operated a dry-goods business for about 10 years back in his hometown of Chicago. But the story is that his wife embezzled $100,000 from the business and...
  • Five qualify for special ballot to fill Glendale council seat

    Five people have qualified for the June ballot for a single City Council seat, one that comes with a shortened 10-month term. Of the five candidates, four have run unsuccessfully for City Council in the past. The five candidates, in alphabetical...
  • Proposed all-day parking permits in Glendale nixed

    While the majority of residents on a portion of West Lexington Drive would like permitted parking for 24 hours on a street often clogged by vehicles driven by both residents and customers of nearby businesses, they didn’t get their wish following...
  • City sees fortunetellers in future

    The future is no longer hazy for clairvoyants who’d like to set up shop in La Caņada Flintridge. Council members voted 4-0 Monday, with Councilman Don Voss absent, to include fortunetellers, palm readers, astrologists and psychics among...
  • Glendale live/work development gets preliminary approval from council

    Glendale live/work development gets preliminary approval from council
    Glendale may be getting its first major live/work complex, as the city granted preliminary approval to a four-building development on Central Avenue that would contain more than 530 units this week. The City Council granted initial conceptual approval to...
  • Burb's Eye View: Putting some Black Friday options on the table

     Burb's Eye View: Putting some Black Friday options on the table
    There was a tradition in the Mahoney household that involved a lot of sleep after the Thanksgiving meal. As a card-carrying member of the kids' table, I took this for granted, that one day I would be old like my father, uncles and grandfather who...
  • Holiday shoppers go local in La Caņada

    Holiday shoppers go local in La Cañada
    It's that time of year when residents start to frequent shops after work and on weekends in a quest to find gifts. Businesses in the city are hoping that they shop local. Kerry Rasmussen opened Chez on Foothill Boulevard about six months ago. She said...