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Days after a report that city employees made more than $1 million in bonuses last year, the City Council on Tuesday asked for a report on how they are distributed. City executives had defended the long-standing practice as an important means of...
Hooray for you. I for one will stand behind your objection to the city not revealing detailed information on employee bonuses. This money belongs to the citizens of Burbank and the bonuses need to be revealed. This is not the time for anyone to be...
Tags: Retirement, Public Employees, Employees, Lawyers, Elections
Alexander McCormack, 21, who is battling muscular dystrophy, was granted his wish to see and hear exotics cars all in one place at one time. A Ferrari car club met April 24 and made a ceremonial trip escorting McCormack and his family, who is visiting...
WEST BURBANK — Administrative assistants and other non-teaching employees at Burbank Unified are close to a deal that would spare 27 people from being laid off in exchange for their union agreeing to five unpaid work furlough days, officials said....
Former Burbank resident Carrie White of Long Beach and Timothy Scanlan II of Long Beach, have announced their engagement and will be married in July. Carrie's parents are Trina White, Dave White and Ray Moriarity. She graduated from John Burroughs...
WEST BURBANK — Despite reduced state education funding, the Burbank Unified school board on Thursday approved a budget that is expected to end $400,000 in the black three years out. State law requires school districts to submit balanced budgets...
The Baseball Reliquary has enjoyed an ongoing association with the Burbank Central Library. For a number of years, the library has hosted a variety of baseball-related events and displays put on by the San Gabriel Valley-based organization. The...
WEST BURBANK — Federal aid to states is expected to provide Burbank Unified with about $2 million, which officials said could offset employee furlough days or ease the deficit. Burbank Unified officials said it was too soon to know whether...
Concern about movie piracy is shifting from black-market DVD copies made overseas to Internet users at home, and unions representing thousands of studio workers are pushing federal regulators to take a stronger stand. Last week, attorneys for the...
Two unions said Friday that they have ended a nearly six-year call to boycott the Sheraton Baltimore City Center Hotel, a move that came as workers ratified a new bargaining agreement with management. The unions, Unite Here Local 7 and Local 37 of the...
Tags: 401K, Employees, Career and Workplace
People who passed John Pemberton on the streets of Allentown must have thought him an impressive figure. This 60-year-old's lean, 5-foot-10-inch, ramrod-straight frame showed a positively military bearing. His finely tailored suits added to Pemberton's...
Bus drivers and aides employed by a Baltimore schools contractor say that unsafe conditions such as fires and mold spores are endangering lives and unfair wages are threatening their livelihoods. The grievances were aired Thursday at a rally of...
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