La Verne Community Television production (LVTV-3) will host its second annual “Halloween Live!,” a live interactive television program from 8 to 10 p.m. on Oct. 31.
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No arrests have been made as of Wednesday in the Sept. 2 stabbing death of Abigail Pumpido, 26, of Duarte whose body was found in a La Verne gated community.
La Verne gets a little attention from Hollywood as Huell Howser, host of KCET’s “Visiting with Huell Howser,” interviews city manager Martin Lomeli.
The postponed Benefit Punk Show, which was originally scheduled for March 2, will be held Saturday, May 5, from 2 to 6:30 p.m.
For those who want to explore their artistic side and make a masterpiece, the closest place where creative juices flow is called the Mud Shack. Located on Foothill Boulevard, the Mud Shack is an entertaining studio where people of all ages can let go and decorate ceramics.
As the city council election polls closed Tuesday evening, the results that came in were familiar to the citizens of La Verne. The two incumbents, Tom Harvey and Dan Harden, had been re-elected into the city council, with Jon Blickenstaff (who ran uncontested) as mayor.
What may have been viewed as a struggle between city concerns and students’ desires seems to be now merely an issue of bad timing and miscommunication.
Campaigns are in full effect this month as the race for a seat on the city of La Verne’s city council gets underway. Elections are set for March 6, as six candidates (including two incumbents) are vying for two open seats on the council.
With the grand opening of the new drive-thru Starbucks coffee shop scheduled for Jan. 6, this popular coffee shop will be sure to attract customers from La Verne as well as its surrounding cities.
Scenes for “Bubble Boy,” a Disney movie, were filmed at the United Methodist Church on D Street.