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  • Three-month sidewalk battles ends

    Three-month sidewalk battles ends
    A three-month battle over the installation of sidewalks on a section of North Screenland Drive has ended with a victory for sidewalk proponents. In a 4-to-1 decision, the Burbank City Council this week sided with the Public Works Department and...
  • Schools may ban cell equipment

    Schools may ban cell equipment
    In the wake of a controversial proposal to install a telecommunications facility in a local church, the Burbank Unified School District is moving to ban similar equipment on any of its campuses. The district’s spokeswoman, Kimberley Clark, said a...
  • Smart meters, golf courses and bears, oh my!

    Smart meters, golf courses and bears, oh my!
    The year 2011 was the year of development. From a huge cost underestimate on Bob Hope Airport’s massive transit center, to news that Walmart was coming to town, to the clog of a large-scale revamp of the Golden State (5) Freeway corridor, the pang...
  • Guards open CIF playoffs today

    SOFTBALL Bell-Jeff vs. Public Safety Academy: The Guards were scheduled to open the CIF Southern Section playoffs Thursday against the Phoenix, but Public Safety Academy had a school function and couldn't play the game. As a result, the Division VII...
  • Shooting death of Officer Pavelka

    Shooting death of Officer Pavelka
    After 10 months on the force, Burbank Police Officer Matthew Pavelka responded to a call for backup at the Ramada Inn parking lot. It would be the rookie’s last ride. The routine stop in November 2003 escalated into a hail of gunfire that left...
  • New nurses look to future

    New nurses look to future
    Graduates of Glendale Community College’s nursing program were looking forward to bright futures in the high-demand career field during a traditional “pinning” ceremony on Saturday at the Lanterman Auditorium in La Caņada Flintridge....
  • Glendale college softball's Dave "Hawk" Wilder dies at 70

    Glendale college softball's Dave "Hawk" Wilder dies at 70
    Dave “Hawk” Wilder, who coached the Glendale Community College softball team the past 13 seasons, died Sunday at his home in Northridge. He was 70. Glendale college assistant softball coach Sal Pizzo confirmed Wilder’s death Monday....
  • R.D. White Elementary students pedal to class

    R.D. White Elementary students pedal to class
    There was hardly any space left for students to park their bikes at R.D. White Elementary Wednesday morning after dozens peddled to school as part of the nationally recognized Bike to School Day. The event came less than a week after 13-year-old...
  • Race to the Top for Glendale Unified still up in the air

    The Glendale Unified school board on Tuesday authorized the district to move forward with the federal Race to the Top grant application that could bring $40 million to the district, but with just days left until the Oct. 30 deadline, an agreement has...
  • La Caņada schools' leader earns high marks

    La Cañada schools' leader earns high marks
    Survey says: The local schools superintendent has earned the faith of teachers, students and staff. La Caņada Unified School District Supt. Wendy Sinnette, entering her second year on the job, earned high marks in a district survey taken this summer of...
  • Glendale students learn the basics of CPR as part of nationwide campaign

    Glendale students learn the basics of CPR as part of nationwide campaign
    When an activity results in broken bones, it is usually a sign to desist. So Hoover High School senior Sasoon Amerian had his work out cut out for him Thursday as he set about training his schoolmates on how to administer hands-only CPR. “The...
  • Talks between teachers union, Glendale Unified break down on furlough days

    Five unpaid furlough days remain on the books for the 2012-13 school year at Glendale Unified after a proposed deal to defer them last week fell through. During negotiations Thursday, Glendale Teachers Assn. leaders agreed to defer the furlough days...