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October 9, 2004
Asking your neighbor to clean up their property is long overdue. Many of the properties in La Crescenta are a disgrace -- especially homes within two blocks of Crescenta Valley High School. Students during lunch time trash our streets, sidewalks and yards with their leftover food and containers. Street sweeping in La Crescenta is a joke. There are no parking restrictions, so the sweeper cannot clean the curbside. The sweeper comes down the center of the street at 5 and 6 in the morning, which is a waste of taxpayers' money.
LOCAL
By Andrew Gero | August 19, 2009
After residing in La Crescenta for the last 25 years and being pro-active in our community, I believe it is abundantly clear that we residents can do more to beautify our neighborhood. When I’m taking my morning health walk, it is clear that many owners take pride in caring for their home. Some homes are nicely painted, plants are pruned, lawns mowed, fences are well maintained, and they take the time to sweep the curb out in front. However, if one observes many rental properties, it seems some owners are only interested in collecting rent and not fixing up their rentals.
SPORTS
By Seth Amitin | February 27, 2009
For a team that turned in a lot of firsts this year, Flintridge Sacred Heart soccer team has everything to be proud of, said Tologs Coach Frank Pace. “Our girls had a great season,” Pace said. “We accomplished much more than we thought we were going to accomplish. We won the Mission league championship for the first time.” Through their accomplishments they earned a No. 1 seed in the CIF Division II playoffs. The Tologs beat Beckman in the first round last week, but were overtaken by Saugus at Saugus, for the second time this year, on Tuesday, 1-0. “We lost twice to Saugus, they’re a better team than we are,” Pace said.
NEWS
By By Fred Ortega | December 12, 2005
Purchase of alternative fuel street sweeper may be first step in converting entire fleet to cleaner- burning vehicles.CITY HALL -- Glendale's street sweepers may soon do their part in keeping the air clean too. The Public Works Department will ask the City Council on Tuesday for $60,000 to help finance the purchase of a street-sweeping test vehicle that runs on compressed natural gas. The vehicle would replace an older, diesel-powered sweeper....
NEWS
February 14, 2003
From Staff Reports One more run for these tigers: In addition to being one of the area's best defensive players, Flintridge Prep senior sweeper Caroline Applegarth has also been a local trendsetter when it comes to on-field fashion. It isn't hard to pick out Applegarth on the field, just look for her bright red Puma cleats. But today's regular-season finale at 3:15 p.m. at Oak Grove Park against Pasadena Westridge will mark the final time Rebel fans will see Applegarth's trademark red shoes.
NEWS
April 9, 2005
It crossed Jeff Buddenbohn's mind that his offensive production might plummet, so he braced himself. Some athletes might have complained or refused to accept a new responsibility when asked to switch positions. That wasn't so for Buddenbohn, who originally made a name for himself playing the leading offensive role on star-studded St. Francis High boys' soccer teams that achieved success under heightened expectations. When the Golden Knights' defense uncharacteristically began to yield three-or-more goals in several Mission League matches during the first part of January, St. Francis Coach Glen Appels had seen enough.
NEWS
By: | September 30, 2005
The Laguna Beach Soccer Club boys' under-12 team won two matches last weekend. In the process, they moved into sole possession of first place in the division standings. At 4-0-1, the team tops the standings for the first time in the four-year history of the program. Laguna Beach 2, Irvine Lasers 1 Laguna jumped out to a two-goal lead, then held off the Lasers at Alton Park. Laguna scored its first goal when midfielder Brian Vail took a cross from Marc Hughes and one-touched the ball into the Laser net. He scored while sliding side-to-side with a Laser defender.
NEWS
February 10, 2005
Hamlet Nalbandyan Sure, defense wins championships. What. Ever. It's still nowhere near as fun as playing on offense. Ask Glendale High sweeper Carlos Guzman. The 17-year-old boys' soccer player is one of the area's top defenders, but quite often during Nitro matches, you'll find the senior on the other side of the midfield line. And more times than not, it's not because he was moved up by coach's orders. Blessed with dribbling skills that would make him a natural for the Harlem Globetrotters -- if there was such a thing in soccer -- Guzman is a magician with the soccer ball at his feet.
NEWS
February 28, 2001
Erik Boal LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- Their faces told the entire story. Covered in the earthy-brown remnants of the La Canada High soccer field, fighting back tears of anguish and disappointment, trying to find solace in what was by all accounts a highly successful season. But for the members of the Spartan boys' varsity team -- most notably the 11 seniors -- no words of encouragement could sugar-coat their frustration following Tuesday's 2-0 loss to Pomona Diamond Ranch in the CIF Southern Section Division IV semifinals.
NEWS
July 19, 2002
Although they are already back to their two-hour-a-day, four-day-a-week training pattern, the memory of this past weekend's championship run at the 14th annual San Marcos Summer Classic is still fresh in the mind of the members of the Crescenta Valley High girls' soccer team. News-Press staff writer Erik Boal was on hand in Goleta to follow the team on and off the field, in an attempt to provide a detailed account of his time spent with Coach Reggie Rivas, assistant coach Andrea Otero, the team and their parents.
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NEWS
May 19, 2012
I live on a cul-de-sac in Glendale, below Colorado. Every week the street sweeper backs into the cul-de-sac and cleans whichever side of the street is closed to curbside parking on that day. I have noticed with amazement that if the cul-de-sac is not clean after the street sweeper passes over it once, the worker looks out his window, backs up the sweeping machine, and does it again. He keeps doing this until the street is clean. If this man is representative of the kind of government employee we have in Glendale, a person who cares about his job, we as citizens of Glendale are really lucky.
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LOCAL
By Andrew Gero | August 19, 2009
After residing in La Crescenta for the last 25 years and being pro-active in our community, I believe it is abundantly clear that we residents can do more to beautify our neighborhood. When I’m taking my morning health walk, it is clear that many owners take pride in caring for their home. Some homes are nicely painted, plants are pruned, lawns mowed, fences are well maintained, and they take the time to sweep the curb out in front. However, if one observes many rental properties, it seems some owners are only interested in collecting rent and not fixing up their rentals.
SPORTS
By Seth Amitin | February 27, 2009
For a team that turned in a lot of firsts this year, Flintridge Sacred Heart soccer team has everything to be proud of, said Tologs Coach Frank Pace. “Our girls had a great season,” Pace said. “We accomplished much more than we thought we were going to accomplish. We won the Mission league championship for the first time.” Through their accomplishments they earned a No. 1 seed in the CIF Division II playoffs. The Tologs beat Beckman in the first round last week, but were overtaken by Saugus at Saugus, for the second time this year, on Tuesday, 1-0. “We lost twice to Saugus, they’re a better team than we are,” Pace said.
NEWS
By By Fred Ortega | December 12, 2005
Purchase of alternative fuel street sweeper may be first step in converting entire fleet to cleaner- burning vehicles.CITY HALL -- Glendale's street sweepers may soon do their part in keeping the air clean too. The Public Works Department will ask the City Council on Tuesday for $60,000 to help finance the purchase of a street-sweeping test vehicle that runs on compressed natural gas. The vehicle would replace an older, diesel-powered sweeper....
NEWS
By: | September 30, 2005
The Laguna Beach Soccer Club boys' under-12 team won two matches last weekend. In the process, they moved into sole possession of first place in the division standings. At 4-0-1, the team tops the standings for the first time in the four-year history of the program. Laguna Beach 2, Irvine Lasers 1 Laguna jumped out to a two-goal lead, then held off the Lasers at Alton Park. Laguna scored its first goal when midfielder Brian Vail took a cross from Marc Hughes and one-touched the ball into the Laser net. He scored while sliding side-to-side with a Laser defender.
NEWS
April 9, 2005
It crossed Jeff Buddenbohn's mind that his offensive production might plummet, so he braced himself. Some athletes might have complained or refused to accept a new responsibility when asked to switch positions. That wasn't so for Buddenbohn, who originally made a name for himself playing the leading offensive role on star-studded St. Francis High boys' soccer teams that achieved success under heightened expectations. When the Golden Knights' defense uncharacteristically began to yield three-or-more goals in several Mission League matches during the first part of January, St. Francis Coach Glen Appels had seen enough.
NEWS
February 10, 2005
Hamlet Nalbandyan Sure, defense wins championships. What. Ever. It's still nowhere near as fun as playing on offense. Ask Glendale High sweeper Carlos Guzman. The 17-year-old boys' soccer player is one of the area's top defenders, but quite often during Nitro matches, you'll find the senior on the other side of the midfield line. And more times than not, it's not because he was moved up by coach's orders. Blessed with dribbling skills that would make him a natural for the Harlem Globetrotters -- if there was such a thing in soccer -- Guzman is a magician with the soccer ball at his feet.
NEWS
October 9, 2004
Asking your neighbor to clean up their property is long overdue. Many of the properties in La Crescenta are a disgrace -- especially homes within two blocks of Crescenta Valley High School. Students during lunch time trash our streets, sidewalks and yards with their leftover food and containers. Street sweeping in La Crescenta is a joke. There are no parking restrictions, so the sweeper cannot clean the curbside. The sweeper comes down the center of the street at 5 and 6 in the morning, which is a waste of taxpayers' money.
NEWS
February 14, 2003
From Staff Reports One more run for these tigers: In addition to being one of the area's best defensive players, Flintridge Prep senior sweeper Caroline Applegarth has also been a local trendsetter when it comes to on-field fashion. It isn't hard to pick out Applegarth on the field, just look for her bright red Puma cleats. But today's regular-season finale at 3:15 p.m. at Oak Grove Park against Pasadena Westridge will mark the final time Rebel fans will see Applegarth's trademark red shoes.
NEWS
July 19, 2002
Although they are already back to their two-hour-a-day, four-day-a-week training pattern, the memory of this past weekend's championship run at the 14th annual San Marcos Summer Classic is still fresh in the mind of the members of the Crescenta Valley High girls' soccer team. News-Press staff writer Erik Boal was on hand in Goleta to follow the team on and off the field, in an attempt to provide a detailed account of his time spent with Coach Reggie Rivas, assistant coach Andrea Otero, the team and their parents.
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