The search for this year’s Christmas centerpiece began Saturday as the Heritage Park Christmas Tree Farm opened and offered a chance for local families to enjoy the holiday nostalgia that sweeps in with the colder weather.
Writers Archives: Angie Gangi
Rushing around seems to be what I do best these days. Life is like a blur of papers, bills, clocks and approaching deadlines that all want my attention at the same time.
The team lines were drawn. Each side prepared for this day for months and it was finally here.
Fairies, ninjas, monsters and Disney characters directed their bouncy footsteps toward Old Town La Verne shops on Halloween afternoon and traded three words for their treasured candy.
Imagine sitting in class on the first day of a new semester and seeing a police chief walk into the room.
The crunch of gravel under each step puts miles between you and city life as the short walk from your car takes you deep into life in the country.
Driving is a constant part of my life. I’m always dropping my daughter off at school or picking her up, driving myself to school or taking four freeways to Los Angeles to get to my internship. Never mind all the other random trips I take in my car.
When my daughter started first grade this September there was so much to do to prepare.
Being undefeated is hard, but the University of La Verne women’s volleyball team makes it look easy.
Nobody was seriously injured Monday when a white Toyota Corolla collided with a University of La Verne student’s PT Cruiser causing the Cruiser to flip over on the corner of D Street and Arrow Highway, less than half a block from campus.