Posts Tagged ‘valley’

Birmingham to play San Fernando for City Section Division I soccer championship

It will be top-seeded Birmingham playing No. 5 San Fernando for the City Section Division I boys’ soccer championship on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Valley College.

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High school boys’ soccer: City playoff results and pairings

CITY BOYS’ SOCCER DIVISION I First round, Monday Birmingham 5, Sun Valley Poly 0 Marquez 2, Locke 1 Cleveland 4, Huntington Park 0 Sylmar 4, Angelou 0 San Fernando 3, Granada Hills 0 Fremont 3, Reseda 1 (OT) Palisades 2, Hawkins 1 El Camino Real 1, Taft 0 Quarterfinals, Wednesday, 3 p.m. #9 Marquez..

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Times Community Newspapers

Times Community Newspapers (TCN), a division of the Los Angeles Times, publishes four newspapers: Burbank Leader, Glendale News-Press, La Cañada Valley Sun and the Daily Pilot (serving Orange County). The TCN newspapers maintain separate editorial and business staffs from that of The Times, and…

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High School Female Athlete of the Week: Sofia Rice led Costa Mesa to water polo league title

Sofia Rice was proud to play varsity girls’ water polo at Costa Mesa High for four years.

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Scottsdale’s resorts and restaurants scene heats up. Here’s where to stay and eat now

The Scottsdale-Paradise Valley area in greater Phoenix is having its day in the sun — again.

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High school wrestling: Southern Section dual meet championship pairings

SOUTHERN SECTION DUAL MEET WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS All divisions Saturday, starting at 11 a.m. DIVISION 1 Tournament at Anaheim Canyon #1 Temecula Valley, bye San Dimas vs. Corona Centennial Villa Park, bye Covina vs, #4 St

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Oscar nominations 2019: How to watch the announcement

Get ready to rise and shine: Oscar nominations are nearly here. The 91st Academy Award nominees will be announced early Tuesday morning in a two-part live presentation that begins at 5:20 a.m. Pacific, both on television and online

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Lockdown lifted at Valencia college: Someone mistook tree branches for a rifle

Authorities lifted a lockdown Wednesday at College of the Canyons in Valencia after they determined that a report of a woman with a rifle was actually a woman with some tree branches. “Better safe, than sorry,” the Santa Clarita Valley station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said..

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Review: ‘Valley of the Boom’ captures the ’90s tech revolution in weirdly wonderful ways

National Geographic’s six-part series “Valley of the Boom” chronicles the rise of the internet, and 1990s Silicon Valley, from boom to bust in a docudrama that’s as sober and informative as it is snarky and entertaining. Somewhere between the satirical “Silicon Valley,” the historical drama “Halt..

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Real ID hits a bump, but if you already have yours, don’t panic. It will work

Just when we thought it was safe to stop writing about Real ID, along comes a bump in the road.

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