KNX On Your Corner
The recent overhaul of the nation’s healthcare system has led to a number of hospital mergers nationwide, among them USC’s purchase of Verdugo Hills Hospital.
The mountains that border the Crescenta Valley are beautiful, but they can also be very dangerous.
There is a hidden gem in the western La Crescenta area known for its mature trees and huge open spaces.
Flood control at Devil’s Gate Dam has been a controversial subject to La Cañada-Flintridge residents for years.
For many, it’s considered “the architectural centerpiece of the Valley.”
In the early 20th century, the Crescenta Valley was known as wine country.
It’s name may be best remembered for a gruesome landslide that sent bodies into the streets below.
The Descanso Gardens in La Canada-Flintridge provides a beautiful place to take photos, and learn about nature.
At the corner of Rosemont Avenue and Foothill Boulevard, you’ll find a busy strip mall and grocery store.
The Cresenta Valley is scenic and beautiful, but those who live here know it can also be very dangerous.
New Year’s 1934 will always be remembered as the deadliest day in Crescenta Valley history.
So just where does the Crescenta Valley begin and end?
Among the quaint diners and gift shops on Honolulu Avenue is the “Once Upon a Time Bookstore”, the oldest children’s book store in America.
Controversy still lingers around the historical designation given to a piece of land on the site of the Verdugo Hills Golf Course in Tujunga.
The Crescenta Valley is blessed with amazing hiking and biking trails in the beautiful mountains that surround it.