Sports Roundup: Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy sweeps league tilt after winning tourney

GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

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Glendale police investigate home burglary

Glendale police were investigating a residential burglary Tuesday evening after reports of a

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Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' tennis enjoys day in Sunshine

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's Bree Ryan reaches at the net for a return with teammate Lana Sarkisian backing her up in a Sunshine League doubles match against Notre Dame Academy at Fremont Tennis Center in Glendale on Tuesday. (Tim Berger/Staff Photographer)

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' tennis enjoys day in Sunshine

GLENDALE — Years of frustration gave way to yells of elation Tuesday afternoon for the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy tennis team.

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Bell-Jeff football program moving forward

Bell-Jeff football program moving forward

It is a decision they are happy they made.

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Football previews: Burroughs vs. Arcadia; Burbank vs. Hoover

Football previews: Burroughs vs. Arcadia; Burbank vs. Hoover

BURROUGHS VS. ARCADIA

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Burroughs High girls' volleyball loses opening game but rallies to defeat Crescenta Valley

Burroughs High's Caleigh Paster spikes the ball through the block attempt of Crescenta Valley's Katie Sandoval during a Pacific League match on Tuesday. (Roger Wilson/Staff Photographer)

Burroughs High girls' volleyball loses opening game but rallies to defeat Crescenta Valley

LA CRESCENTA — The Crescenta Valley High girls’ volleyball team was able to accomplish something against Burroughs in the opening game Tuesday that it wasn’t able to do against the Indians in the entire match when the teams played earlier this season.

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Students join to fight cancer

Students join to fight cancer

Alabang, Philippines remains a place 15-year-old Dannah De Jesus won’t forget. That’s where she met her childhood friend, or as Dannah says, her sister.

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Glendale school district sees new enrollment trend

For the first time in more than 10 years, Glendale school officials are reporting an enrollment boost.

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Crescenta Valley Water District to hold meeting

The Crescenta Valley Water District will hold a public meeting on Nov. 12 to discuss construction of a new 8-inch water main within the community.

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Burb's Eye View: Checking out the happenings at OktoBURfest

This past Saturday, the city of Burbank held possibly the largest public beer tasting in its history, teaching the ale-and-lager-loving public there’s a complex spectrum to the craft-beer movement in Southern California, and Burbank may be the perfect hub to capture its hop-infused magic.

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St. Francis' Avery Williams looks for a way past Cathedral's Moli Tai during an Angelus League game on Friday. (Roger Wilson/Staff Photographer)

Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club: St. Francis High football still savoring wild comeback victory

GLENDALE — The Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club, in its 72nd year, meets Tuesdays at the Elk's Lodge. The following are odds and ends from the seventh meeting of the year.

A worker keeps an eye on incoming vehicles while a bulldozer works trash into the Scholl Canyon landfill on Saturday, October 25, 2008.

Op-Ed: More information on the Scholl Canyon Landfill

This is the second in a two-part Op-Ed on the Scholl Canyon Landfill.

Burbank police officers talk behind yellow tape at a storage facility for RVs on the 3600 block of N. San Fernando Rd. where a shooting occurred on Monday, October 20, 2014. A man died at the scene and a woman was transported to a hospital, according to the Burbank police department.

Shooting at storage facility believed to be attempted murder-suicide

Police believe that a shooting at a big-rig storage facility in Burbank on Monday was an attempted murder-suicide in which a husband shot his wife and later turned the handgun on himself.

Glendale Community College women's golf trying to finish season on positive note

PASADENA — For the second consecutive season, Glendale Community College wasn’t able to field a full women’s golf team.

Jamie Keyser Thomas will be honored as Zonta Club's Burbank Woman of the Year on Nov. 1 at the Castaway Restaurant.

Community: Disney exec named Woman of the Year

Jamie Keyser Thomas, a program manager of Los Angeles Community Engagement, which is part of The Walt Disney Co.’s Citizenship Division, will be honored as Burbank Woman of the Year for 2014

Jean Marinelli, left, French horn musician with the Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra, is measured for a gown by Wayne Kastning, Woodbury University adjunct fashion design instructor, and student designer Jenine Juri.

Community: Students design gowns for philharmonic gala

Musical and visual treats await those attending the opening night gala of the Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra's 24th concert season on Nov. 8 at the Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena.

Patches(A366057) is a 2-year-old calico shorthair looking for a new home.

News-Press Pet of the Day: Patches

Cleo, a Pet of the Day from last week, is still available for adoption.

Apollo, a 1.5-year-old brown Chihuahua, and Stella, a 9-year-old Labrador mix, are looking for their new home.

Leader Pets of the Day: Apollo and Stella

Get ready to meet an adorable odd couple. Apollo and Stella are bonded for life and looking for a loving, compassionate owner.

On Larchmont between Beverly and 1st, the parking meters accept credit cards. An app lets drivers sell off public parking spots.

In Theory: Spotting the morality of a parking app

The MonkeyParking smartphone app, which, in the words of a recent Los Angeles Times editorial, “allows drivers in parked cars to let others know when they are leaving parking spots — and to turn the space over to the next driver for a fee,” was recently condemned by the city of San Francisco and one Santa Monica official called the use of the program “immoral.”

Jerome Hammonds, 24, Long Beach, was arrested Monday, Oct. 20, 2014 on suspicion of burglary and robbery. He reportedly broke into a parked car at Glendale Adventist Medical Center, where a security guard chased him down before police detained him.

Hospital security guard chases down suspected burglar

A security guard at Glendale Adventist Medical Center on Monday helped nab a 24-year-old man suspected of breaking into a car in the hospital’s parking lot by chasing the suspect on foot until police arrived, authorities said.

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