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  • Glendale live/work development gets preliminary approval from council

    Glendale live/work development gets preliminary approval from council
    Glendale may be getting its first major live/work complex, as the city granted preliminary approval to a four-building development on Central Avenue that would contain more than 530 units this week. The City Council granted initial conceptual approval to...
  • 6 seats, 9 hopefuls for Crescenta Valley Town Council

    Nine people will vie for six seats on the Crescenta Valley Town Council on Saturday. The advisory board for the unincorporated area of La Crescenta and Montrose communicates residents’ concerns to Supervisor Mike Antonovich’s office and...
  • Blaze breaks out - twice - in same downtown Glendale building

    Authorities are investigating the cause of a fire in a building in downtown Glendale Monday that reignited hours after firefighters knocked down the original blaze. Two firefighters suffered minor injures while battling the first blaze early Monday...
  • Intersections: Finding the good and strange in Glendale

    Intersections: Finding the good and strange in Glendale
    Last week, I watched with delight and surprise a one-minute video that hit the Internet this month under the title, "Hello Glendale." Complete with filters that gave a dreamy green tint to L.A.'s iconic palm trees, the ceremonious pouring of alcohol and...
  • Glendale pushing more live, work in city

    Glendale officials have for years been trying to shake the city's image as a bedroom community to L.A. by bolstering the business base and building new apartments downtown. They've done so in the hope that more people will work closer to where they...
  • Outdoor smoking rules tighten in Glendale

    The city of Glendale is a step closer to requiring businesses, hotels, car dealerships, shopping malls and multi-unit housing complexes to buy a $198 license, and pay a $50 annual fee to renew it, to have outdoor smoking areas. Earlier this year, the...
  • For fire damaged businesses in downtown Glendale, it's more waiting

    For fire damaged businesses in downtown Glendale, it's more waiting
    More than a month after a three-alarm fire damaged a two-story building in downtown Glendale, the owners of the businesses occupying the ground floor remain unsure when they might be able to open again. The three businesses affected by the blaze at 233...
  • Internships get students' feet wet

    Internships get students' feet wet
    Anyone who's tried to get a job right out of high school or college has likely encountered a frustrating Catch 22 — no one will hire you without work experience, but you can't get work experience until someone hires you. And so grads head to the...
  • Dreamworks builds disaster recovery program

    If a major earthquake hits Glendale, one of the city's largest businesses, DreamWorks Animation, wants to get back to work as soon as possible — and has partnered with the city on a new program to make that happen. On Monday, officials from the...
  • Vote lights the way for digital signs in Glendale

    Vote lights the way for digital signs in Glendale
    Digital advertising signs will light up downtown Glendale for the first time now that the City Council has approved a zoning amendment to let the Americana at Brand and Glendale Galleria use the high-tech displays. The council voted 5-0 last week to...
  • Gatto opens up 'Wiki Bill'

    Assemblyman Mike Gatto wants to hear from you. The democratic legislator, whose 43rd Assembly District in part blankets Burbank, Glendale, La CaƱada Flintridge and Montrose, is giving the ordinary Joe and Jane a unique opportunity to help craft...
  • Proposed annual registration certificate could cost $50 a year

    Glendale businesses may soon be required to pay for an annual certificate as part of the city's move to streamline its permitting process. After a yearlong effort to increase efficiency for businesses and homeowners who deal with the city, the City...