The outlook for real estate brightens, according to a new survey by Prudential Real Estate.
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If you’re thinking about renting out your home, waiting for housing prices to further rebound off their recent lows, you might have hit on a winning financial strategy. But before you put on your landlord’s hat, you should know that renting out your home involves more than just finding good tenants who will pay their rent [...]
In one definition of the word, Catholic means “universal,” as in inclusive, not exclusive. Principal Candice Kuzmickas applied that meaning of the word last Friday, April 12, when she and Holy Name of Mary School invited 278 students from its sister school, Immaculate Conception in downtown Los Angeles, to spend a day on its campus celebrating [...]
The La Verne Softball Association played host to a full slate of games on Saturday. Maybe the most impressive display was the outing by the 8-U Blazin’ Batz, who throttled San Dimas 13-0. Shady Armedariz was magnificent inside the circle, striking out batter after batter. She got plenty of offensive support from her teammates, including a [...]
K Street lobbyists in Washington D.C. and Wall Street traders in New York City aren’t the only ones who are powerfully connected. There are 65 students from the University of La Verne who are leaving their imprint all over Southern California, spearheading food drives, career preparation workshops, business camps and a host of other community improvement [...]
More people seem to be renting all the time. That said, whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, you better know the ABCs of the lease you’ll be signing.
Maybe the U.S. economy should model its playbook after the planners of Holy Name of Mary Family Festival, coming April 12-14. Last year, the festival attracted about 15,000 people and cleared more than $100,000, funds that are evenly disbursed between Holy Name of Mary church and its parish school. “Last year’s festival was the best ever,” said [...]
I’ll drive anywhere for a luscious dessert so when I recently saw a photo of lemon meringue pie filling up an entire page of Sunset magazine — the peaks of meringue looming larger than Mount Rushmore — I knew I had to find any excuse to visit this heavenly pie purveyor. My destination was Jongewaard’s Bake [...]
If you find yourself dozing at the wheel on the way back home to La Verne, pull off on Baldwin and head south to dumpling nirvana!
You just got the news. Neither Brad Pitt nor Sofia Vergara will be moving in next door. Rather, four developmentally disabled women who require ’round-the-clock care will be your new neighbors. How would you react? We share how one La Verne neighborhood responded.