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Sheriffs looking for white van with ladders

Sheriffs looking for white van with ladders

Been several reports of sheriff's deputies looking for a white van or utility truck with two ladders that may be involved in at least one residential burglary. One of the unfortunate results, according to neighbors, was of a police chase followed by deputies hassling some legit gardeners matching that description in the Jaxine/Alzeda neighborhood earlier [...]

Mountain lion stalking (human) prey on Chaney Trail

Mountain lion stalking (human) prey on Chaney Trail

Got this note tonight from Mary McGilvray at Chaney Trail, with request to cross-post: Hello all, Tonight as I came home, i drove up the Chaney hill after locking the gate and passed our beloved neighbor Bonnie Callahan walking down the hill with her nosed buried in her book, as usual.  I rounded the corner [...]

The dogs of war

The dogs of war

Taking a bit of personal privilege for Veteran's Day — found a collection of videos of dogs welcoming their masters home.  (This is why we are a dog person!)  Thank you, vets!  And for those serving, come home safe! Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

"Criminal Minds" at work

"Criminal Minds" at work

Reader Susan H. sent us this notice this morning: Sorry for late notice, but "Criminal Minds" fans might want to hop over to Palm between Olive and Glenrose.   Must be big scene as took over lots of street parking.  One day only shoot, scheduled to end11 pm. We heard they were doing some shooting around [...]

Veteran’s Day

Veteran’s Day

No other nation has spent so much of its blood and treasure to keep other people free.  Thank you all for your service. Don't forget that the Altadena Library has a tremendous program today at 7 PM. At PUSD, this is a dreaded "pupil-free day."  Which means updates will be sporadic, if at all today! [...]

Nov. 10 was Astronaut Veteran’s Day (and we missed it!)

Nov. 10 was Astronaut Veteran’s Day (and we missed it!)

Has nothing to do with Altadena, we just thought it was cool, and we missed meeting Buzz by a week!: In recognition of the 40th Anniversary of Mankind’s first walk on the moon, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich joined Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin in honoring the hundreds of men and women of NASA and 24 [...]

Chamber mixer tonight at golf course

Chamber mixer tonight at golf course

A reminder that the Altadena Chamber of Commerce's monthly mixer will be tonight, Nov. 11, at the Altadena Golf Course 10th Hole Bar; & Grill, 1456 E. Mendocino, 5:30-7 PM. For Chamber members, free admission includes a free raffle ticket for a grand raffle prize. Guest $7 admission, no-host bar, bring a raffle prize and [...]

Senior Center honoring our veterans

Senior Center honoring our veterans

Veteran's Day is Wednesday, and the Altadena Senior Center at  560 E. Mariposa, already has the jump on honoring those who have served. Senior Center staffer and veteran Landy Johnson has set up a "Veterans Wall of Honor" at the center, and wants to fill the wall with pictures and memorabilia of our local soldiers, [...]

Station Fire: it’s not dead yet …

Station Fire: it’s not dead yet …

Reader Nancy King just pointed out this story on the LA Times website — the Station Fire is still smoldering in the root systems around Mt. Wilson, and they're bringing out more firefighters.  This thing is harder to kill than Dracula. Read the Full Story at Altadena Blog

Downs but never out

Downs but never out

People with Down Syndrome are close to our heart (especially Rosie, pictured), and this week we're trying to wrap up our appeal to Altadenablog readers to help support our team.  Rosie's Blue Lobsters will walk for the fifth year at the Down Syndrome Association of LA's annual Buddy Walk, our major fundraiser to help individuals [...]

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