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  • Burbank schools need Measure S

    I support Measure S because it is the best way our community can maintain and upgrade public school facilities to the level of safety and functionality our children deserve. Our high-quality schools are one reason people move to Burbank, and investing...
  • Burbank Coordinating Council turns 80

    The Burbank Coordinating Council will look back at its accomplishments over the 80 years it has served the community during a birthday luncheon beginning at noon Monday at the Little White Chapel Social Hall, 1711 N. Avon St. Membership is made up of...
  • Burbank Coordinating Council celebrates 80 years

    Burbank Coordinating Council celebrates 80 years
    Representatives from government offices joined those from PTAs, religious organizations, businesses, and local nonprofits to wish happy birthday Monday to the Burbank Coordinating Council, which turns 80. President Eileen Cobos welcomed the more than 50...
  • Measure S gets strong showing as voting returns trickle in overnight

    Measure S gets strong showing as voting returns trickle in overnight
    With little more than absentee ballot returns to go on overnight Tuesday, supporters of Measure S, the $110-million school bond, were full of optimism for a campaign they said reflected the best of grassroots work. The education community was firmly...
  • District PTA honors young artists

    When we are given the opportunity to express ourselves through words, pictures, music, dance or any other form of artistic expression, we don't just grow artistically and intellectually, we also learn to analyze our thoughts, feelings and ideas. We gain a...
  • School board candidate Gregory Bragg

    Bragg was raised in Eagle Rock and moved to Burbank in 1998 when he married his wife, Holly Roy, a Burbank native. He is the father of three children, who attend Burbank schools. Bragg has been involved in numerous service organizations and groups,...
  • Verdugo Views: The history behind a rector at St. Mark's

    Verdugo Views: The history behind a rector at St. Mark's
    Virginia Parlour Young was just about ready to start school when her family moved to Glendale and her father became rector of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Clarance Parlour’s journey to Glendale was a lengthy one. Born in England, he grew up...
  • La Caņada History: Australia's Stephenson wins inaugural GNA tournament at Oakmont

    La Cañada History: Australia's Stephenson wins inaugural GNA tournament at Oakmont
    Ten Years Ago A small band of residents angered by the estimated costs to install sewers in their Flintridge neighborhoods held a demonstration in front of City Hall. Carrying handmade signs and waving them at passing motorists, the four-member group...
  • Glendale PTA: Community service favored at Glendale High

    Glendale High students can use the spring recess to work on community-service hours. School officials encourage students to experience at least 100 hours of community service during their four years of high school. For students who reach 100 hours and...
  • Student artwork awarded at PTA reception

    Student artwork awarded at PTA reception
    Parents and student artists gathered in the La Canada Unified School District board room to view submissions to the La Caņada PTA Council Reflections contest during a March 11 reception. More than 60 students, from kindergarten through 12th grade, won...
  • Endorsements: Glendale school board candidates Nayiri Nahabedian, Kevin Cordova-Brookey

    Endorsements: Glendale school board candidates Nayiri Nahabedian, Kevin Cordova-Brookey
    The tightest race, in terms of overall competence, is clearly the one for Glendale Unified’s board of education. With Sandy Russell following through on a promise not to run for a full term, and the drama surrounding Nayiri Nahabedian’s...
  • Verdugo Views: Helping a Sister City relationship flower

    Verdugo Views: Helping a Sister City relationship flower
    Back in the days when Carroll W. Parcher was editor and publisher of the Glendale News-Press, he wrote a column, “In My Opinion,” supporting local causes and expressing his thoughts on life in this city. In the mid-1960s, he devoted several...