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  • Overcoming strokes

    Paul Vago suffered a stroke a year ago March and recently completed outpatient physical therapy at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. "The physical therapists got me to walk," he said. "They encouraged me every step of the way. My left side was pretty...
  • Verdugo Mental Health says its bankrupt

    Verdugo Mental Health — an agency that provides counseling and mental health services to thousands of people in Burbank and Glendale — has filed for bankruptcy, but the facility’s leaders say a new operator will step in before a single...
  • Murder trial resumes

    LOS ANGELES — A man who was in the car more than 20 years ago when his 16-year-old cousin was gunned down in Van Nuys testified in court Monday that the shooter dangled the gun out of his window before opening fire. Two years after Rodolfo Gallegos...
  • Dining Review: Serving up the finest brews in the state

    Dining Review: Serving up the finest brews in the state
    Back in the day, the only reason I'd visit Tony's Darts Away in Burbank was to see a fight, and I'm not talking about a boxing match on TV. I'm happy to report that urban renewal in our city has extended to Magnolia Boulevard, and the "New Tony's" is a...
  • Warm and funny still woven into "Plaid"

    Just the name, “Forever Plaid,” implies something timeless, something valuable and something very silly. It also means a special kind of loyalty, if only to a particular fabric pattern. The Glendale Centre Theatre’s production of “...
  • Local housing market better than most

    Glendale and Burbank are among the best-performing cities in a slumping regional real estate market, according to figures released Tuesday by the Los Angeles County Assessor's Office. Some 49,000 residential properties in Glendale are worth nearly $22.9...
  • Doctors supplement income via drug companies

    A cardiologist, endocrinologist, psychiatrist, nurse practitioner and allergist. These five medical professionals in Burbank and Glendale may have different specialties, but they have one source of income in common — drug companies. Since 2009, 33...
  • Mental health costs shift to schools

    Local school officials say they are preparing to temporarily absorb approximately $2 million in costs for mental health services rendered to school-aged children that previously were covered by the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. The...
  • Start the Presses: Of bullying, depression and suicide

    Our communities have been rocked in the last few weeks with a spate of suicides: Two teenage boys have killed themselves and a 13-year-old girl tried to do so. What is going on? In the case of 15-year-old Drew Ferraro, the specter of bullying has...
  • College paper in hot water over mixing Disney characters, sexual assault

    College paper in hot water over mixing Disney characters, sexual assault
    Nevermind that they misspelled the word 'prostitution' in the headline, but the student paper at Boston University is in hot water after running an April Fool's Day edition that ran the faux story: "Cinderella in political prostituion [sic] ring,...
  • Toll takes honor for mixing it up

    Toll takes honor for mixing it up
    Toll Middle School has been identified as a model campus by the Southern Poverty Law Center for its efforts in building an inclusive culture. It was one of 77 schools nationwide, and eight in California, to be named a “Mix It Up Model School,&...
  • Hundreds attend Burbank backpack giveaway

    Hundreds attend Burbank backpack giveaway
    Hundreds showed up to Saturday's Connect with your Community Backpack Giveaway, in Burbank's Peyton-Grismer Focus Neighborhood. There were plenty of back-to-school goodies, including: free haircuts from Marinelo's School of Beauty, safety items from...