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  • Yard harvests yield bounty for local nonprofits

    Yard harvests yield bounty for local nonprofits
    One woman’s yearlong quest to use backyard harvests to feed the needy has yielded more than 106,000 oranges, avocados, tangerines and other fruit — and she’s not done yet.. Helena David and her team, including her husband, Scott,...
  • Area food banks benefit from Glendale car dealer

    Area food banks benefit from Glendale car dealer
    Acura of Glendale donated nearly $10,000 to food banks in the tri-city area as part of its "Drive to Stop Hunger" campaign, the company announced. The food banks for Salvation Army Glendale, Burbank Temporary Aid Center and Salvation Army Pasadena...
  • 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...
  • '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 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...
  • 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...
  • Keeping kids satiated over summer

    Keeping kids satiated over summer
    Summer break provides a respite from coursework and testing, but for some school-age children it can also mean more than two months without a nutritious meal. During the recent school year, Burbank and Glendale schools provided free and reduced-price...
  • Glendale, Burbank food pantries seek donations

    Glendale, Burbank food pantries seek donations
    With Thanksgiving just days away and donations down, local food pantries are scrambling to fill the shelves to feed thousands of needy families. A protracted recession has forced some organizations that typically provide a bounty of holiday supplies to...
  • Red kettle donations off to a good start in Glendale

    Red kettle donations off to a good start in Glendale
    The Glendale chapter of the Salvation Army is working to raise about $100,000 this holiday season, sending more of its ubiquitous red kettles to local storefronts on the weekends to capture a piece of the shopping crowd as the nonprofit tries to move past...
  • Giving thanks during a time of uncertainty

    Giving thanks during a time of uncertainty
    The Glendale Salvation Army has been feeding the community a Thanksgiving meal for more than 15 years, and on Thursday, they continued that tradition. Dozens of people lined up inside the Salvation Army from midday to enjoy a hot holiday meal with...
  • Carlos Moorhead, longtime congressional representative, dies at 89

    Carlos Moorhead, longtime congressional representative, dies at 89
    Former Rep. Carlos Moorhead — whose 24 years in Congress representing the tri-city area earned him the title of dean of the California Republican Congressional delegation — has died. He was 89. Moorhead represented Burbank, Glendale and...
  • Poverty worsens for local school-age children

    Poverty worsens for local school-age children
    The percentage of local school-age children living in poverty is increasing even as programs designed to meet their needs erode amid ongoing federal and state budget cuts. The poverty rate among children ages 5 to 17 living within Burbank Unified...