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Residents may soon see low-flying helicopters overhead, as Southern California Edison conducts aerial inspections around La Cañada Flintridge and Altadena this month.
GBRA member Allen Brandstater said the former aide’s connections to the White House made him an ideal speaker. His talk is titled “Caught in the Eye of the Storm.”
LCUSD considered the needs of a changing district Tuesday, approving a contract for a diversity, equity and inclusion officer and discussing a new technology plan.
29 residents of the Foothills are recognized as semifinalists in the 2020 scholarship program.
Resident left her home unlocked while she was out for about an hour; returned to find the house ransacked and a gun safe containing firearms, jewelry and cash gone.
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  1. Ten Years AgoA year-long celebration of the 75th anniversary of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy culminated with a tribute dinner held at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel that drew 600 guests.
  2. A two-year discrimination lawsuit over whether La Cañada Unified School District officials unfairly treated former elementary school principal Christine Castillo during and after her 2012 pregnancy has been settled for $385,000, the district’s attorney has confirmed, but that’s not all.
  3. When Peter Bachmann first stepped foot on the grounds of Flintridge Preparatory School to interview for a teaching position in December 1979 his fate was sealed.