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The Salvation Army

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  • New leaders of Salvation Army starting with solid foundation

    New leaders of Salvation Army starting with solid foundation
    Not only do Jessica Sneed and her husband have new jobs as the executive directors of the Salvation Army in Glendale, but they also have a new baby. Just two months before the duo took over for Rio and Rachel Ray, who transferred from their Glendale...
  • New principal and assistant principal begin school year at R.D. White Elementary

    New principal and assistant principal begin school year at R.D. White Elementary
    For more than 25,950 students attending Glendale Unified, Monday marked the first day of the new school year. For some parents, the day was filled with emotion as they dropped off children just starting kindergarten. Parents Eugene and Margarita...
  • Car on tracks halts train in Glendale

    Car on tracks halts train in Glendale
    A man whose car got stuck on train tracks Saturday at a rail crossing that's closed for safety upgrades may have been driving drunk, according to police. Officers on patrol spotted the vehicle stranded at a rail crossing at Broadway and Brazil Street,...
  • Glendale nonprofit grants chopped back

    A business leadership summer camp for girls came under fire this week as the City Council, acting in its dual role as the Housing Authority, decided how to divvy up shrinking federal funds for public social services. Councilman Ara Najarian said he...
  • Survivor writes memoir of drug abuse, recovery

    Survivor writes memoir of drug abuse, recovery
    As a single mother of three kids working two jobs, snorting crystal meth made Debra Collins feel like she could "climb a mountain." "I felt like I was a fully charged light bulb." But then Collins lost her job. Bills went unpaid. Checks bounced. She...
  • Organizations: Luncheons, columnists, and cash prizes

    Perennial Rose Luncheon benefits youth L’aureole’s Perennial Rose Luncheon and Fashion Show is April 2 at the La Caņada Country Club, 5500 Godbey Drive, La Caņada Flintridge. Jeannine Jones, president, invites guests to come at 11 a.m. for...
  • Volunteer lauded for six decades of service

    In his second epistle, which many biblical scholars believe to have been written shortly before his death, the apostle Peter encourages good stewardship and the use of an individual’s talents and gifts to serve others. While every city is blessed...
  • Organizations: Altrusa inducts first male members

    Altrusa of Glendale inducted Tim Moore and Bill Tharp as the organization’s first male members at a recent meeting. Spouses of current members Sandra Moore and Rose Tharp, Tim and Bill have been supporting Altrusa for years. When asked to join...
  • 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,...
  • Glendale firefighters defend hoops title against police

    Glendale firefighters defend hoops title against police
    Hundreds of people packed the stands Sunday to watch Glendale firefighters successfully defend their title against their police counterparts during the second annual Hoop Heroes basketball charity game. Although the police had practiced their game for...