December 22, 1991
Sheriff's deputies are collecting toys, groceries and food certificates for needy families through Christmas Eve. Deputy Ron Spelig said the drive is in its fifth year, and that this year there have been more requests for help through schools and churches than ever before. Donations can be brought to the station, 780 E. Altadena Drive, 24 hours a day. For information, call (818) 798-1131.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 6, 2004 |
A 17-year-old San Bernardino boy was hospitalized late Sunday after he was shot in the leg, Tustin police said. The teen, was standing with a friend near an apartment complex in the 17000 block of Altadena Drive in Tustin when the shooting occurred, said Sgt. Jeff Blair. He was in stable condition at a hospital, Blair said.
December 25, 1997
4pm Nature: Meet the Eaton Canyon Nature Center's resident rosy boa at "Owl Pellets, You and a Rosy Boa." The event, held both indoors and out, allows all ages to see how owls, hawks--and boas--digest their food. The activity is part of the Winter Discovery Program at the Pasadena nature center. * Winter Discovery Program, Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 1750 Altadena Drive, Pasadena. 4-6 p.m. Reservations suggested. $4. (626) 398-5420.
March 22, 1992
The Town Council last week approved plans for a chiropractor's office on the northwest corner of Altadena Drive and Lake Avenue, a site that was the focus of vociferous community opposition about two years ago. The council voted 12 to 0 with one member absent to approve construction of a medical office building at 2581 N. Lake Ave. At the January council meeting, developer Jerry Dunbar showed plans for a 3,000-square-foot, one-story building with 12 parking spaces and 30% green space.