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Professional appraiser Thomas Ahern who will be one of the apprasers at the San Dimas Festival of Arts "Fun-Praisal" Fair. Always wondered about that bauble from grandma's girlhood? Or how valuable that art piece from the garage sale actually is? Well, head down to San Dimas Walker House on Jan. 17from noon to 5 p.m. for the San Dimas Festival of the Arts Fun-Praisal because for just $10 per item, professional appraisers will be on hand to discover local vintage treasures.
For weeks, residents and visitors celebrated the success of the inaugural Dana Point IlluminOcean. We've had visitors from all over, from San Diego and San Dimas to Los Angles and Bakersfield, all making the trip to enjoy IlluminOcean in Dana Point. It was truly a team effort and every merchant, local and visitor appreciates the focus and hard work put in for the launch of Illumin Ocean this year. Jim Miller is owner of the Coffee Importers and president of the Dana Point Harbor Association.
Subscribe to News Alerts and a Daily Email Newsletter for Glendora Patch Deputy David Misch's son Cody, who is now 6 years-old, was the recipient of a kidney transplant at age 2. His body is currently rejecting the kidney. The Misch family has asked Cops 4 Causes to help them raise the funds needed to provide Cody with a chance at a normal life. Cops 4 Causes invites all walkers and runners to join them to help Cody Misch. Walkers/Runner can register to walk or run on-line at www.cops4causes.org . All ages are welcome to attend.
A suitcase left near a CVS at 933 West Arrow Highway turned out to be just empty luggage after the sheriff's department's arson and explosives unit detonated it Tuesday evening. The suspicious object was reported shortly after 5 p.m. and led to the evacuation of nearby businesses at a strip mall, according to Lt. The incident was cleared about 7 p.m., he said. The threatening suitcase came after some other suspicious baggage shut down the Metro Red Line through Hollywood earlier in the day, according to NBC LA.
AZUSA >> Three homes in the same neighborhood were burglarized on New Year's Eve and Azusa police are looking for information on the suspects, officials said Thursday. Jewelry and at least three firearms were taken from homes in the 200 block of West Kirkwall Road and in the 100 block of Cindy Lou Court between 10 p.m. Wednesday and 1:30 a.m. Thursday, Azusa Police Sgt. Andy Sutcliffe wrote in a statement. A burglary at a fourth home in the county area of Azusa was being investigated by deputies from the San Dimas Sheriff's Station.
In Fontana in September, the Million Father March didn't quite live up to its name. Everyone stayed indoors and practiced yoga. The most juicy was from the L.A. And was urged by his roommate to prank the reporter. And the silliest news of 2014: 1. Routine, professional meetings of the Ontario City Council were thrown off-course for much of 2014 when Councilman Paul Vincent Avila went rogue. But, as an eternal optimist, I'm hoping for great things in 2015. David Allen writes Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, three not-so-great things.