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  • Editorial: More room for a very important mission

    Editorial: More room for a very important mission
    The 40-year-old Burbank Temporary Aid Center, which over the decades has been housed in various sites, is one step closer to having its current digs on West Burbank Boulevard expanded significantly, thanks to this week's action of the Planning Board. We are pleased to see this project move forward.
  • Bike Angels deliver bicycles of hope for kids

    Bike Angels deliver bicycles of hope for kids
    This post has been corrected, see below for details. More than 140 new and refurbished bikes were donated to local charities Friday on behalf of a growing team of local volunteers and city employees known as the Burbank Bike Angels. The team of...

    Former Burbank business owner sentenced for tax fraud

    A self-employed income tax preparer was sentenced Monday to 37 months in federal prison after reportedly defrauding the Internal Revenue Service of more than $7 million, authorities said. He was also ordered to pay a $50,000 fine. The man, identified...

    Burb's Eye View: Decades of helping the homeless

    Burb's Eye View: Decades of helping the homeless
    When Barbara Howell interviewed for the job of directing Burbank’s aid center and food bank, the building looked lived-in and run down. It needed help in a big way. “I’m sitting there in the interview and I’m thinking, ‘How...

    Two ballot measures with the same name destined for Burbank voters

    Two ballot measures with the same name destined for Burbank voters
    Burbank voters in coming months will be asked to approve two ballot initiatives during two different elections to generate funds for two different entities — the school district and the city. The catch? They’re both called Measure S. The...