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Flintridge Bookstore will move into the former site of the Citizens Business Bank sometime in February, after the shop’s owner signed a five-year lease last week.
3 black males, 17 to 18 years of age, get away with the victim’s phone after he tries to grab it back from them in a case of strong-arm robbery Sunday night.
Drought and record-high heat had garden officials rethinking water use. So when a septic system failed in 2017, leaders searched for a sustainable solution.
Hosted by the chamber of commerce, the winter fair honored its annual promise of snowball fights, hot cocoa, pictures with Santa and an evening of merry-making.
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  1. Thank you for the kind recognition of the Flintridge Riding Club by Jane Napier Neely in “The Valley Line” column of Jan. 25.
  2. With the filing period for La Cañada’s City Council election having closed Wednesday, five candidates have been qualified to run in March 2020 — meaning there will be a race.
  3. In the soft wood of power poles, the acorn woodpecker finds an ideal place to nest and store its namesake food. So what happens when poles need to be removed?
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