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A La Crescenta man was out of the country when he learned from Wells Fargo an account in which he’d had funds was now empty, thanks to several fraudulent purchases.
Revelers in search of cheer won’t have to leave city limits this year, as three La Cañada organizations put the final touches on their annual holiday events.
La Cañada Unified Governing Board members passed a resolution Monday calling for a parcel tax renewal to be placed before district voters in the March 2020 election.
From Dec. 8 to 14, lanes on Foothill Boulevard will be closed as FMWD inspects a pipeline between La Cañada’s Alta Canyada Road and Briggs Avenue in La Crescenta.
The bookstore and coffee shop will stay at 1010 Foothill Blvd. until new owner Glendale mortgage lender HouseAmerica takes over the space in March.
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  1. A group of students from USC’s Sol Price School of Public Policy reimagined the city’s drought-stricken medians for a capstone project that the LCF City Council called a good first step.
  2. A La Crescenta man was out of the country when he learned from Wells Fargo an account in which he’d had funds was now empty, thanks to several fraudulent purchases.
  3. Leon Prochnik was 6 years old and living a privileged existence in Poland — his family were owners of a famed Krakow chocolate factory — in 1939 when Hitler’s invasion of the nation sent Jewish people everywhere fleeing for their lives.
  4. La Cañada High school administrators are drawing lessons from school shootings and campus threats, so they can keep kids safe should the unthinkable happen at home.
  5. After two trials and almost three years La Cañada resident Timothy Whelan, 38, was convicted July 12 in San Fernando Superior Court on charges stemming from a fiery, fatal car wreck that took three lives on November 5, 2003.
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