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  • Critics oppose Hahamongna Park plan

    Critics oppose Hahamongna Park plan
    Conservationists, disc golfers and other lovers of Hahamongna Watershed Park told Pasadena city officials Thursday night that they don't like a proposed $5.7-million renovation project at the 300-acre site above Devil's Gate Dam. City officials hope to...
  • Glendale Sunrise Rotary gathers more than 2,000 items via Coats for Kids

    Glendale Sunrise Rotary gathered more than 2,000 garments for its 12th annual Coats for Kids program, organizers announced Thursday. The Rotarians gathered the garments from donation boxes at several locations and handed them over to the Southern...
  • Salvation Army kettle fundraising campaign kicks off

    Salvation Army kettle fundraising campaign kicks off
    The familiar bells began ringing outside local businesses on Friday as the Salvation Army in Glendale launched its annual holiday fundraising campaign to help the needy, but this year’s effort could prove more challenging because due to the loss...
  • Local food pantries starving in lead up to Thanksgiving rush

    Local food pantries starving in lead up to Thanksgiving rush
    With hardly a week before Thanksgiving, Lora Young counted just four frozen turkeys in a freezer at the Loaves & Fishes, a nonprofit food pantry in Glendale. That’s not nearly enough to help feed hundreds of low income clients who she said visit...
  • 'Iron Man' A.C. Green tells Glendale to live for a 'greater purpose and cause'

    Former Los Angeles Lakers player A.C. Green spent Thursday morning in Glendale reflecting on the role of mankind and the importance of being selfless. “There’s something bigger than us,” he told a room of about 300 people. “Yeah,...
  • Glendale awaits word on federal grant for homeless services

    Glendale awaits word on federal grant for homeless services
    Glendale officials are crossing their fingers as they await word on a federal application for $2.6 million to fund homeless services programs. Competition is tough as homeless service providers nationwide are demanding $1.7 billion from the U.S....
  • Glendale Memorial Hospital disperses more than $118,000 to local nonprofits

    Glendale Memorial Hospital disperses more than $118,000 to local nonprofits
    Glendale Memorial Hospital awarded $118,263 to nine local nonprofits on Thursday. The recipients of this year’s grants were the Armenian Relief Society, Ascencia, Glendale’s Commission on the Status of Women, the Corporation for Supportive...
  • Food pantries meeting high demand

    Food pantries meeting high demand
    With demand for food assistance remaining high, local food pantries and service providers say they have seen increased demand in the days leading up to Thanksgiving. "When our pantry manager told us last week we had given out 120 Thanksgiving baskets...
  • Playful train provides a spark

    Hundreds of people packed the Glendale and Burbank Metrolink station platforms Saturday for the first stops of Metrolink's Holiday Toy Express — a 450-foot train decked out in sparkling lights and festive holiday ornaments. Many in attendance...
  • Burbank woman looking to collect 100,000 pieces of fruit for needy

    Burbank woman looking to collect 100,000 pieces of fruit for needy
    The David family and their friend, Bridget Keenan, were sitting on the grass surrounded by hundreds of oranges and grapefruits on a brisk Thursday morning. They had just picked the fruit from a neighbor’s trees and were counting and sorting them,...