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  • PCH closed in Malibu; traffic backed up for miles

    A six-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu remained closed Saturday after a utility pole snapped and dangled over the road, bring traffic to a standstill and backing up traffic on the heavily traveled road for miles in both direction. All...
  • One lane reopened on PCH in Malibu after downed pole causes closures

    One lane has reopened in both directions on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu after a downed power pole caused the highway to shut down for almost six hours, snarling traffic for miles, authorities said Saturday. A utility pole snapped and dangled over...
  • Red Cross Blood Drives offer a way to help and a free treat

    Red Cross Blood Drives offer a way to help and a free treat
    Red Cross summer blood drives are underway, and not only can donors get the satisfaction of helping someone else, they can also go home with a little treat for themselves. Here are some of the Red Cross Blood Drives that offer donors something free...
  • John "Tyler" Perineau Macdonald, Jr.

    John "Tyler" Perineau Macdonald, Jr.
    John “Tyler” Perineau Macdonald, Jr. After a long and passion filled life, we say goodbye to John Tyler Perineau Macdonald, Jr.  B. Atlanta, Georgia, March 25th, 1924, D. Gig Harbor, Washington, July 7th, 2013 at the age of 89. Tyler...
  • Berkuta chosen for annual Kiwanis honor

    Berkuta chosen for annual Kiwanis honor
    As a resident of the city for more than 37 years, Nick Berkuta has waited a long time to receive the distinction of being chosen La Cañadan of the Year. But he said at a La Cañada Kiwanis Club ceremony at Descanso Gardens on Wednesday afternoon that his...
  • Smith Islanders debate buyout offered by state

    Smith Islanders debate buyout offered by state
    Superstorm Sandy barely laid a glove on Smith Island last fall, to hear residents tell it. Though storm-driven flooding damaged hundreds of homes in Crisfield and the rest of Somerset County, only a couple islanders got any water in their homes from the...
  • Your guide to Christmas cheer | Updated

    Your guide to Christmas cheer | <span style=color:#ff0000><b> Updated</b></span>
    We predict that holiday fun and reindeer games will blanket the region in weeks ahead. So, here's a road map to help you navigate through the blizzard of mirth and the avalanche of good cheer. May your bells forever jingle and your sleigh never get...
  • Old Point Comfort landmark razed in Civil War sacrifice

    Old Point Comfort landmark razed in Civil War sacrifice
    One hundred fifty years ago this week, the U.S Army at Fort Monroe demolished one of Hampton Roads' largest and best known landmarks. Opened at Old Point Comfort in 1822 to accommodate engineers and construction workers laboring on the giant stone fort,...
  • Stephen Colbert channels pundit outrage over Obama's viral video

    Stephen Colbert channels pundit outrage over Obama's viral video
    President Obama's appearance on the Funny or Die sketch series "Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis" on Tuesday has become a viral sensation, with over 14 million views already. But not everyone is laughing, especially Stephen Colbert. On Wednesday...
  • Clothing drive dressed for success

    Clothing drive dressed for success
    The sun was shining Sunday afternoon as La Cañada Presbyterian Church put on a large-scale donation drive for Clothes the Deal, a non-profit that gathers business attire for men and women seeking work opportunities. By 11 a.m. Sunday, a full hour before...
  • Civil War anniversary stirs interest in Fort Wool

    Civil War anniversary stirs interest in Fort Wool
    HAMPTON — Long before his audacious victories during the Civil War Robert E. Lee was sent to Fort Wool, a manmade island in the middle of Hampton Roads, to battle against the elements. He wasn't entirely successful back in the 1830s according to...