The Early Edition: Glendale News-Press

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La Canada resident Karen Winters works on a watercolor of the Chevy Chase Country Club. (Roger Wilson/Glendale News-Press)

Upgrades planned for country club
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — The new owner of Chevy Chase Country Club plans to upgrade the facility and continue operating it as a golf course, with no plans for resale or changes to the use of the 35-acre property, the company said Monday.

Arson trial in jury’s hands
PASADENA — Jury deliberations began Monday evening in the trial of a 46-year-old Glendale man accused of setting his foreclosed home on fire while his wife and two children slept inside.

No evacuations yet
LA CRESCENTA — All eyes this morning turned to assessing the impact of Monday’s rainstorm, and what it could mean when a second weather system moves into the area later this week.

Bookstore fills spot at Galleria
DOWNTOWN — The Glendale Galleria has found a temporary solution to its empty-anchor problem.

Early start sparks Rebels
LA CRESCENTA — At 6-foot-7, Kenyatta Smith towered over his opponents.

Colvin voted Pacific MVP
GLENDALE — For the second consecutive season, the Crescenta Valley High boys’ water polo team navigated its way to a Pacific League title via an undefeated league run.


Written by Times Community News

December 8, 2009 at 9:27 am

Posted in glendale, News Roundups

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