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  • Change in green card cap drives citizenship

    Change in green card cap drives citizenship
    For Nazik Parazyan, taking the test to become a citizen in 2010 was a breeze because she had already lived in Glendale for 11 years. It takes about five years to apply for citizenship after getting a green card, but Parazyan couldn't get one. She came to...
  • Glendale officials consider ballot process change

    Audit officials are recommending that the city clerk's office speed up the time it takes to do a small manual recount of ballots after each municipal election so that the results can go through another layer of verification prior to reporting a final...
  • Tentative approval given for six-story project in Glendale

    Tentative approval given for six-story project in Glendale
    The corner of Central and Wilson avenues could be getting another mixed-use development — with a drug store — as the city issued initial approval for a six-story apartment-and-retail project for the southwest corner of the intersection. The...
  • Glendale counters lawsuit to remove Quintero

    An attempt to boot Councilman Frank Quintero out of office has more to do with his support of a recent ban on gun shows on city-owned property than a misinterpretation of a decades-old revolving-door policy, attorneys for Glendale contend in court...
  • Help new grads register to vote

    It’s that time of year again. Graduations are upon us and students are now preparing to embark on the next stage of their lives. Whether going on to school or entering the military or the workforce, this is a big moment in a young person’s...
  • Poll indicates parcel tax support for La Caņada schools

    Local voters may have widely differing viewpoints on taxation and the machinations behind state and local budgets, but there is one thing they all seem to agree on: The quality of education at La Caņada Unified schools is a priority and should be...
  • School board passes tentative budget

    School board passes tentative budget
    The Glendale Unified school board — still uncertain over how state funding will impact local schools — approved a “placeholder” budget for 2013-14 on Tuesday that eventually could include a pay raise for employees who have gone...
  • Ron Kaye: Water provides a lesson in government

    Ron Kaye: Water provides a lesson in government
    Many government meetings are broadcast live and archived with a vast array of official records posted online. Mainstream media may be on financial life support, but more than half the adult population still reads a newspaper daily, in print or digital...
  • Glendale mulls April ballot issues

    Several measures, including one that could make the city treasurer an appointed rather than elected position, have moved closer to being placed on an upcoming ballot. On Tuesday, Glendale City Council members directed the city attorney to bring back...
  • GCC Board of Trustees prefers Prop. 30 over 38

    As the voting season nears full swing, the Glendale Community College trustees took a public stance against Proposition 38 — one of two competing state tax measures supporting education funding — because it would not provide money to colleges....
  • Negative campaigning in Gatto, Krikorian race is reflected in voter sentiment

    Negative campaigning in Gatto, Krikorian race is reflected in voter sentiment
    The contentious campaign for the 43rd Assembly District seat between incumbent Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) and Republican Glendale school board member Greg Krikorian was reflected in voter sentiment at the polls Tuesday. For a race in which the two...
  • Watchdogs, elections officials say nothing out of line at polling stations

    Watchdogs, elections officials say nothing out of line at polling stations
    Accusations of electioneering and voter intimidation tactics at polling stations in immigrant-rich neighborhoods -- a recurring gripe in Glendale -- re-emerged Tuesday, despite the observations of watchdogs and elections officials. Polling investigator...