GLENDALE — If there was a common refrain in regards to the Flintridge Prep baseball team this season, perhaps it’s that the Rebels were just a little too young to win this season.
MISSION VIEJO — For the better part of 30 games, Crescenta Valley High’s baseball team capitalized on tremendous pitching, staunch defense and timely hitting to turn in one of the program’s greatest seasons.
The City Council signed off on 18% pay raises for its city manager and city attorney Tuesday, making their rate similar to those of their counterparts in Burbank and Pasadena.
That puff of smoke that comes off the wheels of an airplane’s landing gear when it hits the runway is caused by the wheels skidding.
The Metropolitan Water District’s board of directors last week poured an additional $350 million into its turf-removal rebate program and enacted a last-minute change that could help homeowners in Burbank who want to expand previously completed turf-replacement projects.
As a cost-cutting measure, Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center closed its regional blood donor center last month.
Summoning a collective spirit of gratitude — for family, faculty and friendships forged — La Cañada High School’s Class of 2015 bid farewell Friday to the school that provided a temporary backdrop for what will become lifelong memories.
A new grant will help pay for 75 new recycling containers in the downtown and Montrose areas as well as launch a campaign aimed at getting thousands of apartment dwellers into the habit of recycling.
The number of passengers traveling through Bob Hope Airport rose by 2.3% in April compared to the same month last year, according to airfield officials, continuing a recent trend that has had officials cautiously optimistic for the future.
Dozens of community members visited the Glendale police station on Saturday for the agency’s open house.
Titus, a Pet of the Day from last week, was adopted, while Figaro (A367672), another featured pet from last week, is still available.
Talk about a black beauty. Lucky is a gorgeous Cane Corso, or Italian mastiff, boasting a jolly disposition and expressive brown eyes.
They call it “Crash 4.” It’s the new yellow-green Rosenbauer Panther 4x4 that Bob Hope Airport fire officials recently brought into their fleet of aircraft rescue-and-firefighting vehicles.
John Ross of Batavia, Ill. has spearheaded a movement to proclaim the second Sunday in June as National Children’s Day.
With Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority officials and Burbank’s elected officials set to meet publicly later this summer to outline their proposals for a replacement terminal at Bob Hope Airport, the existing terminal turned 85 years old this past Saturday.
Based on the track record during the last decade, expectations will continue to remain high concerning the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer program.
A 55-year-old Glendale man pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to fleeing the scene after his car fatally struck a 4-year-old girl in Glendale in March, officials said.
Four people were taken to the hospital Monday night after a pickup truck crashed into an MTA bus carrying 13 passengers in Burbank, police said.
The Burbank City Council is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, June 2 at 6 p.m. inside the council chambers at City Hall, 275 E. Olive Avenue.
Burbank firefighters on Sunday took out a fire that damaged construction vehicles and equipment at a general contracting company, officials said.
GLENDALE — A nostalgic feel filled the air at Stengel Field on Sunday afternoon.
It will have been but a week since the Crescenta Valley High baseball team ventured deep into Orange County for a playoff game in Mission Viejo.
For a program that was for so long foreign to playoff success, Flintridge Prep’s baseball team has become quite familiar with postseason triumph over the last three seasons – all of them under Rebels Coach Guillermo Gonzalez, who took over before the 2013 campaign.
Burbank-based psychedelic musician Dan West possesses a disgustingly alchemical load of talent.
Down a palm-lined street in old Tropico on the southern edge of Glendale, there lives a young, bearded gentleman and his cohort. Together, in the kitchen of their tiny apartment, they shake craft cocktails with ingredients like hibiscus-infused Pisco, green chai tea and cinnamon syrup. Old friends drop in but so do new acquaintances, eager to be the bartenders' taste testers and ready to make conversation.
Amid all the graphic novel adaptations about superheroes, here comes “Gemma Bovery” (based on Posy Simmonds’ graphic novel of the same name), whose hero is anything but super.
Before more than 650 Burbank High graduates walked across the stage to accept their diplomas at the Starlight Bowl Friday night, one item of business was in order.
Burbank police are considering cost, storage, labor and policy issues associated with body-worn cameras as they weigh whether to implement them in the department.
A new U.S. flag proudly hangs atop the flagpole in front of the National Guard Armory on Colorado Street near Brand Boulevard, replacing a tattered one that irked some passers-by.
818 Roundup: Crescenta Valley baseball walks off with dramatic playoff win; Burbank's ordinance banning short-term rentals in limbo
Good morning, 818! Today is Saturday, May 30, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 88 degrees and a low of 61 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.