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Good morning, readers. Today is Sunday, August 26 — the last weekend before Labor Day. Summer is slowly winding down. A good deed doesn't go unpunished in Los Angeles. The families of the two good Samaritans electrocuted Wednesday in Valley Village...
With construction on a major overhaul of Verdugo Park pool keeping demand high, Burbank will divert nearly $46,000 to extend the aquatic season at McCambridge Park for an additional five weeks. The City Council unanimously agreed to extend the swim...
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San Fernando Valley roundup: Northridge community officially rebranded, Officials look to curb disruptive helicopter noise and Pools open until Labor DayGood morning, readers. Today is Thursday, August 9. Feeling hot? Good news: Dozens of public Los Angeles pools will remain open through Labor Day. Many were slated to close next week, but the heat wave pushed the City Council to keep them open. Daily...
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With the kids back in school, and Labor Day less than two weeks away, the Burbank Emblem Club squeezed in one last summer fundraiser by staging their annual fashion show luncheon at the Burbank Elks Lodge on Saturday. Presented under the theme "Summer...
Slow down Burbank! In the past two weeks I know of two children who have been hit by cars — one directly in front of Jordan Middle School. Fortunately, these children had minor injuries and will make a full recovery. The next child might not be...
CITY HALL — Life in downtown Burbank is about to get a whole lot funnier. The City Council has approved a business-assistance loan for Flappers Comedy Club to take over a vacant restaurant at Magnolia Boulevard and First Street. Councilman David...
In one of the oddest publishing coincidences and competitions in recent memory, two books about the artery-clogging subculture of supper clubs have hit the shelves at the same time: Ron Faiola's "Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old-Fashioned Experience" and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD--The Springfield-Greene County Park Board’s outdoor pool season opens Monday, May 20, at 1 p.m. Grant Beach, Silver Springs and Westport pools open Monday. Fassnight and Meador pools, along with McGee/McGregor wading pool, open Tuesday....
New Jersey will use $300 million in federal aid to buy out about 1,300 Hurricane Sandy-damaged and flood-prone homes in the state. Gov. Chris Christie said in a news release that the state initially will target houses that have flooded repeatedly,...
ReporterPatsy Cline was a trailblazer, a country music star whose homegrown talent was matched only by her determination. 50 years after her death, she's getting the recognition she deserves in her own hometown. Virginia Hensley was 16 years old when she moved...
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Spalding Point may soon be beautified with a memorial to veterans, thanks to an offer from an anonymous donor. If approved by school board officials, a longtime Glen Ellyn resident will donate up to $95,000 for landscaping on a stretch of land, just...
Although Indiana Department of Natural Resources campgrounds and cabins at state parks, state reservoirs and recreation areas are booked to capacity for Memorial Day weekend, some shelters remain available for picnics and other day-use gatherings....
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