Valley Beth Shalom is set to host a musical tribute Sunday to remember the murdered journalist. Pearl, who grew up in Encino, was kidnapped and killed by al-Qaida terrorists in Pakistan in 2002.
The house, damaged by a blaze earlier this year, has been sold, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Jury selection was completed Tuesday, and the suit's opening statements were given Wednesday.
The Board of Public Works voted unanimously to urge the mayor and city council to adopt a citywide ordinance banning single-use carryout bags.
Southland temperatures spiked to the high 90s Wednesday and climbed even higher Thursday.
Patch reported on items heard on the police scanner throughout the San Fernando Valley.
A roundup of reported crimes in Encino for Oct. 5-11.
Crespi took on on its longtime rival Friday, and won.
Simmons is the first Crespi player to participate in the all-star game.
The street fair hit Encino for the 24th year; Patch was there!
Sidewalk and street repairs, code enforcement and neighborhood council funding were discussed during meeting of Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils.
State Sen. Fran Pavley, Councilman Paul Krekorian and other politicians expressed their hopes and plans for the river.
Crowds lined up to apply for 1,500 jobs at county-organized event in Encino.
Hal Lifson remembered seeing the Jackson family around the neighborhood back in the 1970s.
Carol Wolfe looks at the actual and perceived values of homes.
Susan Spillman shares television memories with her daughter.