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By Mary O'Keefe | November 7, 2008
With the cutting of a red ribbon that had been draped in front of the newly remodeled patio entrance at St. George’s Episcopal Church on Sunday, the congregation was able to enter through the front door after using side entrances for about four months. The updating of the patio and grounds was a church project that began in the discussion stage over a year ago. In celebration of its 50th birthday, the church looked at several areas of improvement and outreach. The congregation voted on proposed projects; one was to remodel the front entrance.
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By BRUCE CAMPBELL | May 19, 2007
When you think about hospitals, you think about pain and sorrow. To ease some of that stress at the new seven-story patient care tower at the Glendale Adventist Medical Center, the Glendale Noon Rotary Club decided to fund a special place for patients, staff and guests to meet and relax. The Rotary Club gave $25,000 to build a special patio area. The new patio and courtyard area was unveiled and dedicated on May 10. The patio is furnished with tables, chairs and umbrellas for visitors to just sit, talk and relax.
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By Veronica Rocha | December 2, 2009
PASADENA — The trial of a Glendale man who police say set his foreclosed home on fire while his wife and two young daughters slept got underway this week, with an arson investigator testifying Tuesday that he smelled gasoline at the scene of the January 2008 blaze. Brian Walder, 46, is charged with three counts of attempted murder, child endangerment and arson for allegedly setting fire to his foreclosed home on the 1600 block of West Mountain Street on Jan. 24, 2008, while his wife and children were sleeping, police said.
NEWS
June 21, 2007
Regarding the charming Divina Cucina Restaurant ("City will investigate roof sign," June 13), I've known this property since it was a drive-in dairy. I've lived in Glendale for 46 years. The property was pretty much an eyesore until the Divina Cucina owners bought the property and turned it into this lovely Italian restaurant, complete with a patio. It's been a neighborhood favorite ever since. Their recent upgrade, which included a beautiful tile roof over the patio and incorporated their present sign, was a lovely improvement that has even enhanced the appearance of adjacent properties.
NEWS
March 16, 2007
This Ranch-style home is still owned by the original buyer and is in a desirable neighborhood. It features a great floor plan that includes three bedrooms and two baths. The inviting living room with a fireplace will keep out the winter chill. The huge window has a sweeping view of the mountains and provides lots of natural light. The family/dining area has a vaulted beam ceiling with ceiling fan and another fireplace. This room faces the backyard and offers a view of the mountains on the south.
FEATURES
May 25, 2007
La Cañada Presbyterian Church dedicated its new patio on May 13. On June 3, the church will dedicate its Family Life Center. The entire church family will be celebrating with a day of good food, fellowship, fun, live music and games for the entire family. The festivities will begin after the 9:25 a.m. service and will continue until 1:30 p.m. Tickets ? $12 for adults and $10 for children under 10 ? will be sold on May 27 on the patio. The feast will be catered by Burger Continental.
NEWS
December 4, 2009
Construction on the long-awaited replacement of the city?s Adult Recreation Center is running well ahead of schedule, city officials said Thursday. Originally scheduled for an October completion, the $7-million project could be finished as early as this summer, said Dave Ahern, capital improvements project administrator for the city?s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department. Ahern credited the quick construction progress to the contractor, local firm Hopkins Construction.
BUSINESS
November 17, 2006
This La Crescenta home is remodeled and decorated like a model home in the Blue Ribbon School area. This three bedroom, two bath home has it all. New kitchen, inside laundry, living room and family room and two fireplaces to keep you warm over the winter months. The lovely sunroom/office is ideal for retreating. It features a great patio and garden to entertain friends and family or simply to sit in a lounge chair and enjoy the evening breeze. This bright, spacious home is in move-in condition.
NEWS
December 8, 2006
This La Crescenta home is remodeled and decorated like a model home. It is located in the highly sought after Blue Ribbon School area. This home includes three bedrooms and two baths. The kitchen is completely updated and "all new." An inside laundry room means no more hauling clothes to the garage. A living room and family room offer plenty of space and the home is warmed by two fireplaces! The lovely sunroom/office is ideal for retreating with a good book. The yard has a great patio and garden to entertain friends and family.
NEWS
December 16, 2005
The cute and cozy home at 2524 Mayfield Ave. is located in the heart of Montrose, a desirable destination. Built in 1926, this house has great features, such as two charming bedrooms and a darling tiled bathroom. It also has an eat-in kitchen and plenty of curb appeal. The property has a beautiful, well-kept backyard with tremendous potential for expansion and a delightful side patio. It has the added bonus of a nice-sized basement for storage, and children who live here attend La Crescenta's Blue Ribbon schools.
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March 16, 2011
Ten Years Ago In mid-March 2001, liquidation sales began at Super Crown bookstores across the nation, including La Cañada Flintridge. The company announced it expected to complete its “Going Out of Business Sale” events within 12 weeks.   Twenty Years Ago A man reported that his ruby and diamond ring, valued at $23,465, disappeared from the men’s locker room at La Cañada Flintridge Country Club while he was showering.   Thirty Years Ago Officials from the La Cañada Flintridge City Council and LCF Chamber of Commerce were invited to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the completion of the 210 Freeway through the Foothills.
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By Dan Kimber | September 23, 2010
Editor's Note: Numerous instances of plagiarism have been discovered in Dan Kimber's “Education Matters” column, which ran in the News- Press from September 2003 to September 2011. In those columns where plagiarism has been found, a For the Record specifying the details will be appended to the piece. Nearly 20 years ago, I bought from my mother the house that has been the Kimber home for 60 years now. It's one of the oldest houses in Montrose, and since I've been writing this column I've received dozens of e-mails from friends who remember the old place.
NEWS
December 4, 2009
Construction on the long-awaited replacement of the city?s Adult Recreation Center is running well ahead of schedule, city officials said Thursday. Originally scheduled for an October completion, the $7-million project could be finished as early as this summer, said Dave Ahern, capital improvements project administrator for the city?s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department. Ahern credited the quick construction progress to the contractor, local firm Hopkins Construction.
LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | December 2, 2009
PASADENA — The trial of a Glendale man who police say set his foreclosed home on fire while his wife and two young daughters slept got underway this week, with an arson investigator testifying Tuesday that he smelled gasoline at the scene of the January 2008 blaze. Brian Walder, 46, is charged with three counts of attempted murder, child endangerment and arson for allegedly setting fire to his foreclosed home on the 1600 block of West Mountain Street on Jan. 24, 2008, while his wife and children were sleeping, police said.
FEATURES
By Mary O'Keefe | November 7, 2008
With the cutting of a red ribbon that had been draped in front of the newly remodeled patio entrance at St. George’s Episcopal Church on Sunday, the congregation was able to enter through the front door after using side entrances for about four months. The updating of the patio and grounds was a church project that began in the discussion stage over a year ago. In celebration of its 50th birthday, the church looked at several areas of improvement and outreach. The congregation voted on proposed projects; one was to remodel the front entrance.
LOCAL
By Chris Wiebe | April 17, 2008
PASADENA — A Superior Court judge found Wednesday that there is enough evidence to put a 24-year-old Glendale man on trial for murder with special circumstances for the stabbing death in August of a woman outside a substance abuse treatment center. Hector Marroquin, wearing a blue jumpsuit with his hair pulled back into a tight ponytail, sat motionless in the courtroom during a preliminary hearing as 12 witnesses implicated him in the death of Glendale resident Joanne Sarkis, 32. Sarkis died on Aug. 27 as a result of multiple stab wounds, and witnesses testified seeing Marroquin attack her on the patio at the Windsor Club treatment center on Windsor Road, chasing her inside the lobby and trying to drag her out by her hair.
NEWS
June 22, 2007
Built in 1941 by noted Los Angeles architect Robert D. Farquhar, Villa Serena is a classic example of 19th century European style. Farquhar was commissioned to make an exact copy of the poet Robert Browning's 1880s villa in Asolo, Italy on the grounds of an 11-acre estate in the hills of La Crescenta. This charismatic property is unforgettable in the integration of all modern comforts and amenities with an Italian ambience that will transport you to a quieter, more gracious place in time.
NEWS
June 21, 2007
Regarding the charming Divina Cucina Restaurant ("City will investigate roof sign," June 13), I've known this property since it was a drive-in dairy. I've lived in Glendale for 46 years. The property was pretty much an eyesore until the Divina Cucina owners bought the property and turned it into this lovely Italian restaurant, complete with a patio. It's been a neighborhood favorite ever since. Their recent upgrade, which included a beautiful tile roof over the patio and incorporated their present sign, was a lovely improvement that has even enhanced the appearance of adjacent properties.
FEATURES
May 25, 2007
La Cañada Presbyterian Church dedicated its new patio on May 13. On June 3, the church will dedicate its Family Life Center. The entire church family will be celebrating with a day of good food, fellowship, fun, live music and games for the entire family. The festivities will begin after the 9:25 a.m. service and will continue until 1:30 p.m. Tickets ? $12 for adults and $10 for children under 10 ? will be sold on May 27 on the patio. The feast will be catered by Burger Continental.
NEWS
By BRUCE CAMPBELL | May 19, 2007
When you think about hospitals, you think about pain and sorrow. To ease some of that stress at the new seven-story patient care tower at the Glendale Adventist Medical Center, the Glendale Noon Rotary Club decided to fund a special place for patients, staff and guests to meet and relax. The Rotary Club gave $25,000 to build a special patio area. The new patio and courtyard area was unveiled and dedicated on May 10. The patio is furnished with tables, chairs and umbrellas for visitors to just sit, talk and relax.
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