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Burbank received a “AAA” credit rating this month from Standard & Poor’s, which cited the city’s “strong local economy and steady tax base growth.” City officials were pleased with the score, which is the highest...
As the holiday season drags on and workplace productivity grinds to a halt, you may find yourself running out of ways to waste time at the office. And once paper-clip sculptures, baiting Donald Trump on Twitter and gossiping about a certain co-worker'...
Firefighters made progress early Friday on a three-alarm blaze that ripped through a Burbank smoke shop. The fire was reported around 3:30 a.m. at Wholesale Giant at Victory Boulevard and Manning Street, just south of Bob Hope Airport, KTLA-TV reported....
Construction crews on Thursday are scheduled to begin work on driving deep foundation supports into the ground that will eventually hold up the new transit center at Bob Hope Airport. When completed, the 520,000-square-foot, $112.6-million project...
Tags: Google+, Physiology, Bob Hope, Heavy Engineering
After a judge this week issued an injunction effectively halting progress on a planned Walmart adjacent to the Empire Center, a spokeswoman for the retailer called it a “shortsighted” stall tactic. Actually, the delay is working out to be...
Tags: Travel, Road Transportation, Transportation, Traffic, Walmart
After shoring up utilities and other infrastructure, heavy construction on the Verdugo Park community pool is in high gear, putting a long-awaited project on schedule, the official overseeing the work said. On Monday morning, three sides of the patio...
A Glendale man was arrested yesterday afternoon after allegedly using his vehicle to ram and break through a security gate to exit a Burbank business on San Fernando Boulevard, Burbank police said. At about 4 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the 3600...
Burbank police are searching for several men who were responsible for two confrontations, including the robbery of a pedestrian, that involved a knife. In the first incident, a man robbed a pedestrian at knifepoint on San Fernando Boulevard near...
Tags: Google+, Theft, Heavy Engineering
The dark green mesh fence that surrounds the pool at Verdugo Park belies a busy schedule of prep work before heavy construction on new facilities starts — a day that can't come soon enough for visitors grappling with the temporary loss of some...
Burbank police are asking the public's help in identifying the person who smashed a brick through Councilman David Gordon’s optometry business on March 16. A review of surveillance video footage shows the man arriving in a 2005-06, silver/gray...
Tags: Heavy Engineering
California workplace safety officials are investigating the death of a worker who was accidentally crushed in Burbank last week after becoming trapped in the bottom-dump doors of a gravel truck. The death of the worker, 58-year-old Vigen Boodaghian,...
Movie studios, car rental companies, government agencies — all were wooed by proponents of electric cars, test drives and all, at Bob Hope Airport this week in an effort to increase the use of the zero- and low-emissions vehicles. “An airport...
Tags: Mercedes-Benz, FedEx Corporation, Jay Leno, Government, Toyota
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