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  • Club management needs a revamp

    After approving a $2-million bailout package for the flailing DeBell Golf Club that was “too big to fail,” the City Council this week handed down more of the same, this time cloaked as reform, by appointing an oversight committee saddled...
  • Officials enlist public's help on city plans

    Officials enlist public's help on city plans
    As a prelude to what will be the most extensive update to Burbank’s plans in more than four decades, officials are staging a major public outreach campaign to get as much feedback as they can on how to mold the city over the next 20 years....
  • Burroughs knocks Burbank out of VIBL playoffs

    BURBANK - If someone wanted to know what Wednesday’s game between the Burroughs High and Burbank baseball teams meant to the Indians, all they had to do was ask Indians catcher Chris Peale. The senior was vacationing in Arizona when he...
  • Burbank High student takes to the open sky

    Burbank High student takes to the open sky
    To the untrained eye, the options looked bleak. At the right were steep mountains sprinkled with cell phone towers and electrical lines. To the left a creeping marine layer blanketed the beaches. And even from the vantage of 4,500 feet, the landing...
  • Finding success through the pain

    Finding success through the pain
    A nagging health problem persisted once again for McKenzie Paul. The injury arose for the second time in nearly six months. Paul encountered the pain from a tendon in her right foot last fall while competing for the Burbank High girls' cross-country...
  • Airport tests CNG-powered bus

    Testing is underway at Bob Hope Airport that could spell the end of the facility’s diesel-powered bus fleet. The test involves a bus that is fueled by compressed natural gas. If the test is successful, airport commissioners could decide to convert...
  • Teams' aptitude for success

    BURBANK — Hector Perez has built a winning baseball program at Bellarmine-Jefferson High over the last 11 years. Along with turning out a crop of players who have won league player-of-the-year honors and players who have gone on to compete on the...
  • Confidence in his speed

    Confidence in his speed
    James Knowles' speed was a boon throughout the season for the St. Francis High track and field team, as he quickly cleared every hurdle en route to consistently winning the 110- and 300-meter hurdle races. Long before the first meet in early March,...
  • Guards don't follow plan

    LA VERNE — Bellarmine-Jefferson High Coach Jaclyn Johnson knew exactly what to expect from Bonita. Preparing for the state playoff girls' basketball game, the coach was aware that the Bearcats possessed a powerful inside game with players who had a...
  • 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...
  • BUSD teachers safe, for now

    For the first time in three years, Burbank Unified will not issue pink slips to teachers, administrators said. The district will use $2.5 million from a one-time federal education jobs bill to maintain its teaching staff through the next fiscal year,...
  • Candidates hit the hillsides

    Candidates hit the hillsides
    Of the 10 precincts with the highest voter turnout in Burbank’s primary election, eight were from the hillside area, and the two City Council candidates remaining on the April 12 ballot have taken notice of that fact. Voter participation in the...