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March 20, 2013
Two suspects were arrested Wednesday in Pasadena with stolen property from residential burglaries in La Cañada Flintridge, authorities said. Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies from the Crescenta Valley station served a warrant in Pasadena before arresting the unidentified individuals. La Cañada saw a string of residential burglaries last month, and authorities are currently searching for additional suspects. The Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station, in a statement, said they would not release additional information about the investigation Wednesday.
NEWS
December 13, 2011
A man found dead in a vehicle parked at a turnout on Angeles Crest Highway this week was a 43-year-old from Pasadena, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Dept. of Coroner said Tuesday. There has not yet been an official ruling as to the cause of death, according to coroner's spokesman Craig Harvey. The man was found at 2:57 p.m. Monday seated in a vehicle parked in a turnout at mile marker 27.2 on the highway. Capt. John Kades of the coroner's office said Monday that it appeared the man had suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
NEWS
By Joe Piasecki, joe.piasecki@latimes.com | January 1, 2011
A wet and windy December capped with bone-chilling cold on New Year's Eve was all but a memory by the time festivities got underway Saturday morning for La Cañada Flintridge contingent of Rose Parade royalty, volunteer float builders and their boosters on the bleachers. Clouds parted and the sun shone brilliantly in the sky above Pasadena just in time for the 8:03 a.m. commencement of the 122nd annual Tournament of Roses Parade — a fast-paced kaleidoscope of artistry and showmanship complete with 47 dazzlingly colorful floats, 22 marching bands and several equestrian teams that all whizzed by in about two hours behind celebrity chef and parade Grand Marshal Paula Deen.
NEWS
By Charles Cooper | February 4, 2010
The Pasadena City Council Monday night approved the initial study and plan for the 30 acres of the Hahamongna annex, after years of community discussion and debate. The next step for the open space parcel located between Pasadena and La Cañada will be to identify projects and funding for the land, located above the Hahamongna Watershed Park. Some 35 speakers raised issues about the project site, which will house an outdoor education center, an equestrian center, the county fire camp and open space with trails and picnic grounds.
NEWS
November 13, 2013
Three teenagers were arrested on Tuesday morning in La Cañada Flintridge on suspicion of burglary, law enforcement officials said. The suspects are a 19-year-old man, a 18-year-old woman and a 17-year-old boy, according to Lt. Angela Shepherd of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station. Officials did not provide the names of the suspects. The suspects, all from Pasadena, were stopped in a vehicle at the time of the arrest, Shepherd said. No other information about the incident was immediately available.
NEWS
By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | January 1, 2013
A Pasadena father-son team wore matching brown jumpsuits Tuesday morning as they made the final push to get a dinosaur down Colorado Boulevard. With the work of Dwight Crumb, 64, and his son Dustin, 37, and a host of other volunteers, the La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Assn. float, “Dino-Saur,” won the Tournament of Roses award for best animation. The float features a brontosaurus inspired by pterodactyls to attempt flight. His large wings are among the 38 moving parts in the float, the most of any entry in the 124th Rose Parade.
FEATURES
December 7, 2006
The Junior League of Pasadena was the recipient of the Outstanding Volunteer Organization Award presented for National Philanthropy Day by The Association of Fundraising Professionals, Greater Los Angeles Chapter. The awards luncheon was held on Wednesday, Nov.15 at the Beverly Hilton. Chris Schauble, of the NBC4 morning news show "Today in LA," was the Master of Ceremonies for the event. "The Junior League of Pasadena is honored to receive this award, as it validates the incredible accomplishments of women devoted to making their community a better place through service and leadership," said Mara Lague, Junior League of Pasadena president.
SPORTS
November 16, 2006
After winning the Rio Hondo League championship, the La Cañada girls' varsity volleyball team was hoping for a CIF title, but that was not to be. The visiting Bulldogs stops the Spartans' advance in the CIF Division II-A playoffs with a 3-1 quarterfinals win last Saturday. La Cañada finished 15-10 on the season. Pasadena won the first game, 25-20, the Spartans took the second contest, 26-24, but the Bulldogs came back to capture the third and fourth games, 25-19 and 25-21.
BUSINESS
September 21, 2006
Teri Barton , a successful real estate consultant in Pasadena, has recently joined the Keller Williams Realty Pasadena Market Center. Barton has an extensive background in residential sales in the San Gabriel Valley and has been in the real estate industry for four years. Her success has been built by referrals and with the continual support and service she provides for her clients and in the community. She is involved in local organizations such as the San Marino City Club, chamber of commerce, the Spiritual Guild of the Los Angeles Childrens Hospital and is an executive board member of HEH Middle School in San Marino and a member of the Tournament of Roses Association.
FEATURES
June 22, 2006
Kirsten Fossan Newquist of La Cañada has been named to the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Pasadena. Newquist is vice-president of Copia Associates, a private investment firm based in San Ramon. She has also been vice-president of corporate development for Ancora Capital and Management Group, San Fernando. She received her bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University and her MBA from UCLA's Anderson School. She and her husband are the parents of four children.
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NEWS
By Jane Napier Neely | April 17, 2014
The 2014 Pasadena Showcase House of Design opened last Sunday with much fanfare. Celebrating its 50th Showcase House of Design, Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts members and designers invites guests to tour the English Arts & Crafts style house and grounds in Pasadena through May 11. Seventeen interior and eight exterior designers are displaying their exceptional and innovative imaginings for this historic home and its spacious grounds. PHOTOS: 2014 Pasadena Showcase House of Design In 1915, Robert Philip Flint and his wife Margaret, who were frequent British Isles and Continental travelers, chose Los Angeles architect Stiles O. Clements to design their home in the fashion of many homes they had seen on their adventures in England.
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| March 25, 2014
LA CAÑADA - A two-run, fifth-inning triple from La Cañada High junior infielder Alex Vaughn broke up what was a frustrating effort for the host Spartans, who benefited from the extra-base hit and some solid pitching in picking up a first Rio Hondo League victory this season, 2-1, versus upset-minded South Pasadena on Tuesday afternoon. With the win, the Spartans improved to 4-4 overall and 1-1 in league and head into the spring break as they won't return to Rio Hondo League action until an April 9 contest at Monrovia.
COMMUNITY
March 19, 2014
Tickets are now on sale for the seventh annual Pasadena Grand Pinot Fest to benefit Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services and Professional Child Development Associates. The event will be held March 30 at Noor restaurant, 260 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena. Dozens of pinot noir wines from California, Oregon and Australia will be paired with cheese and charcuterie by Claud & Co., and other small bites by Noor. Guests will be entertained by live music from jazz musician Michael Lington.
COMMUNITY
By Jane Napier Neely | March 19, 2014
I love clouds and we hardly ever get them here. Last Thursday we had flotillas of fabulous, puffy white clouds that plied the ocean of bright blue sky. They were propelled by wind gusts that made them appear that they had rockets on them. They were moving so quickly they almost made me dizzy. Anyway, I did enjoy the cloud show while I made my way about the community running errands. --- Also last Thursday, the Oakmont League of Glendale held a pretty exciting fundraising event.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kirk Silsbee | March 14, 2014
To call the sandy-haired Terry Cannon a baseball fan is to damn with faint praise. He's a baseball obsessive. But Cannon is no Rain Man with batting averages, career wins and losses, and career RBIs rolling around in his head. He's fascinated with the little-known sociopolitical aspects of the national pastime's history. Which is where the Baseball Reliquary, his "traveling museum of baseball," comes in. Cannon is something of a Renaissance man and his name should be familiar to the Pasadena arts community.
NEWS
KTLA | February 6, 2014
Two men were rescued by a search team Thursday after getting lost 12 hours earlier while hiking in the Eaton Canyon area above Pasadena. Assisted by a deputy who descended by rope from a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department helicopter, the men were individually hoisted up to the aircraft before being whisked away to the nearby Eaton Canyon Nature Center. The department's Altadena station received a call at 5:40 p.m. Wednesday from one of the two 24-year-old men saying they were "OK" but had become lost, sheriff's Deputy Daniel Page told KTLA-TV Channel 5. The men, described as fit but inexperienced hikers, were believed to have started their trek about noon, Page said.
NEWS
February 5, 2014
Everyone knows our property values here in La Cañada Flintridge are much higher than in Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena, Eagle Rock and even the so-called Sagebrush area in our own city. Of course, this is because of the reputation of the La Cañada Unified School District. Most of our buyers come here for the schools. In fact, most of us realtors came here for the schools. Having one of the best school districts in the state gives us a tremendous advantage over our neighboring cities even though they are much more cosmopolitan than us. They have more restaurants, theaters, parks, shopping centers and points of interest than us. But you can't just build good schools.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | January 31, 2014
BOYS' BASKETBALL La Cañada 75, South Pasadena 56: Jacob Brown collected 22 points and Kyle Thomas added 16 on Friday to lead the visiting Spartans to a Rio Hondo League win. Ko Ko Kurdoghlian added 13 for the Spartans (16-6, 6-0 in league). GIRLS' SOCCER Flintridge Prep 4, Webb 0: The Rebels got two goals from Jillian Brady and one each from Alexis Gordon and Cassie Redding in Friday's Prep League win. Flintridge Prep improved to 3-1-1 in league. La Cañada 2, South Pasadena 2: The host Spartans tied Friday in a Rio Hondo League match to get their first blemish of the season.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | January 31, 2014
SOUTH PASADENA - It was a disastrous start that led to an ugly conclusion. Set for a Rio Hondo League showdown with rival South Pasadena High with both teams jockeying for positioning atop the Rio Hondo League, La Cañada High looked nothing like a team that was unbeaten in its last six games. Instead, the Spartans were on the wrong end of one of the worst scores in recent memory for the program, falling to the host Tigers, 7-1, on Friday afternoon. “Worst game in three years,” said La Cañada Coach Alex Harrison, who in his three seasons at the helm had never had a team relinquish seven goals until Friday.
SPORTS
By Emin Avakian, Special to the Valley Sun | January 31, 2014
SOUTH PASADENA - For the first time in 2014, the La Cañada High girls' basketball team suffered a defeat. The Spartans were riding a nine-game winning streak and had won 12 of the last 14 coming into their Rio Hondo League matchup with South Pasadena, a team they beat by 25 points at home on Jan. 15. It was the lone setback in league play for the Tigers, who looked to have extra motivation in the second and final regular season meeting between...
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