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  • La Cañada companies display their goods at Business Expo

    La Cañada companies display their goods at Business Expo
    From rocket makers to cookie bakers, about 60 local businesses and organizations set up booths at Verdugo Hills Hospital on Wednesday for the ninth annual Foothills Community Business Expo. Attendees were fortunate to be able to sample the wares from...
  • State Farm no longer there for Penn State

    State Farm Insurance has pulled direct sponsorship of Penn State football for the 2012 season in the wake of the sex abuse scandal at the university, a spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday. The decision by the Bloomington, Ill.-based company was made in the...
  • Donald F. Julien

    Donald F. Julien
    Donald F. Julien Donald F. Julien was born in Bergenfield, New Jersey on August 11, 1922 to Florence and Fred Julien. He passed away peacefully on August 5th, 2012 due to natural causes, six days shy of his 90th birthday. He was truly one-of-a-kind and a...
  • Arbutus, Catonsville insurance firms collecting clothing for nonprofits

    Several local business are among more than 30 insurance and financial professional firms that will be conducting a clothing drive beginning in September to support four metro area nonprofits. The drive will focus on collecting gently used and new...
  • Cold facts on frozen pipes

    Cold facts on frozen pipes
    Fixing a pipe leak isn't difficult if you're home when the pipe bursts, and have solder, flux and a propane torch in the toolbox. That's for copper pipe; it's even easier with plastic. But things can turn ugly at 3 a.m. when you stumble down the...
  • Boo Williams opens 'dream' facility

    The Hampton Roads community — and beyond — came out Tuesday night to help celebrate two of its native sons: Boo Williams, whose name graces the front of the Boo Williams Sportsplex, and Howard White, whose name is plastered high on one of...
  • Orlando’s Mama Nems wins Hoodie Award for best soul food

     
    I told you we know how to spot a winner. Orlando's Mama Nems won the Best Soul Food category in the 8th annual Hoodie Awards, honors created by syndicated radio host, comedian and actor Steve Harvey. The 8th annual Hoodies salute the nation’s best...
  • O.C. Now

    Newport Beach City negotiates pension change for guards A new contract for the Newport Beach city lifeguards was approved by a unanimous City Council vote Tuesday night. Among the key provisions in the contract are a 3.5% increase in pension program...
  • Solemn celebration

    Solemn celebration
    The city of La Cañada was awash in red, white and blue last weekend as thousands of foothill residents turned out to participate in the 37th annual Memorial Weekend Fiesta Days celebration. "We don't have attendance figures yet," said Fiesta Days...
  • WIND, powered by electricity

    WIND, powered by electricity
    Phil Chipman is living the good life. The 62-year-old retiree surfs almost daily, still plays in his college rock band, and he's got a set of wheels that run for a penny a mile. Chipman drives a two-seater that he designed and built to run entirely on...
  • St. Bernard drowns in a sea of slabs

    St. Bernard drowns in a sea of slabs
    St. Bernard Parish is a sea of slabs as far as the eye can see. Simone Bruni, president of the The Demo Diva, blames Hurricane Katrina, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and parish officials. After Katrina hit four years ago, demolition crews...