Many public and private organizations in Southern California have adopted tobacco-free policies in the last few years. In the San Fernando Valley are doing their part to fight against tobacco. TTC's goal for the near future is for all 11 of its facilities to be tobacco-free. Remember a smoke-free policy equals a better health for you and a cleaner environment for the future. Julio Alfonso Choy is a Cal State Northridge student majoring in health care administration, and an intern at Tarzana Treatment Center.
The driver of a Mercedes-Benz was severely injured this morning when his car plowed into the back of a big-rig truck on the 101 Freeway, the California Highway Patrol said. As vehicles were heading west between Reseda Boulevard and Tampa Avenue. The Los Angeles Fire Department had to free the driver from the demolished vehicle. He was taken to Northridge Hospital Medical Center for treatment. To the doors," department spokeswoman Margaret Stewart said. The CHP would not discuss any details of the crash because it is still under investigation.
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He pleaded guilty that June to one felony assault count, after which he was put on probation for five years, ordered to serve 180 days of labor-oriented service and made to take a yearlong domestic violence class. He made a public apology, but didn't stay out of trouble -- including a 2012 altercation with the rapper Drake inside a New York club, an assault and battery claim from another nightclub, a hit-and-run charge and an arrest for felony assault tied to an incident outside a W Hotel in Washington. He was released from jail in June 2014.
An officer at the West Valley Division said the woman was Brown's aunt, and that the house -- in the 19600 block of Citrus Ridge Drive -- belonged to Brown. Kelley said police had no description of the suspects. "This is a secluded home on a hillside," Kelley said of Brown's residence. Police notified Brown of the robbery, Kelley said. Brown arrived at the scene with a large group of people around 2:55 a.m., a videographer at the scene said. The group arrived in vehicles including a Bentley, a Ferrari and a Mercedes, the videographer said.
August is gearing up, as always, to be one seriously hot month for the San Fernando Valley. At least for Tarzana, that means some much-needed ice cream. Enter Wanderlust Creamery, a one-off handmade ice cream shop situating itself -- in a bit of schadenfreude -- inside a former Coldstone Creamery on Ventura Boulevard. Interestingly enough, Wanderlust is being led by Adrienne Borlongan, a former cocktail consultant from the Hyde/SBE universe. The plan is to create globally-influenced flavors right on site, without the help of an ice cream base.
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"It's a great community out here and it's nice to have a wealth of talent in your backyard," he said. "Mark told us from the beginning that when he was writing the script he had the three of us in mind," Cattaneo said. Michaels is scheduling an August test screening of the film once it is complete with Krikorian in Redlands. Screening will be open to the Redlands community. "We will do the test screening to see if we need to change anything," Michaels said. "I will sit in the back of the audience and have a few people in the center observing.
Specialists from Children's Hospital Los Angeles will staff Providence Tarzana Medical Center 's pediatrics department as part of an agreement to add more children's health services in the San Fernando Valley, officials announced this week. The plan began on Wednesday. "Our new partnership is an important step forward that will bring a new level of quality care for our patients and their families," Dale Surowitz, Providence Tarzana's chief executive, said in a statement.