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  • Electronic parking meters in downtown Glendale to be reactivated after glitch

    Electronic parking meters in downtown Glendale to be reactivated after glitch
    Free parking in downtown Glendale is set to end Monday, when the city plans to reactivate electronic meters after technical issues caused erroneous ticketing and prompted officials to temporarily take them offline. Since the meters were suspended Aug....
  • With smart meter naysayers holding court, Glendale brings out the experts

    With smart meter naysayers holding court, Glendale brings out the experts
    With some Glendale customers grumbling over what they say is the Big Brother debut of a new smart meter grid, the city's utility today announced plans to host a panel of experts to address public concerns. Some Glendale Water & Power customers have...
  • GCC board eyes money-saving trend

    Glendale Community College Board of Trustees meetings might go paperless, a move that proponents say could save thousands of dollars in printing costs and staff time each year. If the proposed transition — scheduled to return to the trustees in the...
  • Arrests made in La Cañada High School burglary

    Sheriff’s deputies have arrested three men for allegedly burglarizing La Cañada High School of approximately $25,000 worth of electronics shortly after midnight on Oct. 31. Two of the suspects, Erik Howell, 20, of Glendale, and David Pinnell, 21,...
  • Ron Kaye: The arrogance of power

    In a world gone crazy, teetering on the brink of economic chaos, with thousands dying every day at the hands of rogue governments, wars being fought over precious natural resources and the young losing hope in the future, you have to wonder how smart...
  • Kim Jong Il death: Koreatown reacts with joy and worry

    Kim Jong Il death: Koreatown reacts with joy and worry
    Los Angeles' Koreatown reacted with both glee and anxiety on hearing about the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. "I saw it as someone who should have passed long ago finally having passed," said a North Korean defector now living in L.A., who...
  • Keeping their avant-garde up

    When the history of new music and avant-garde jazz is written, two institutions will figure prominently: Cal Arts and the Center for the Arts in Eagle Rock. The former figures into the monthly offering of the Center’s Open Gate Theatre series in a...
  • Glendale to shut down electronic parking meters to repair glitch

    Glendale to shut down electronic parking meters to repair glitch
    Glendale officials today announced plans to temporarily shut down electronic parking meters in the downtown area after discovering a lapse in the wireless communication with enforcement officers that could lead to a ticket for motorists who are still...
  • Grant could mean new gear

    Grant could mean new gear
    Firefighters in Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena could soon be using new life-saving defibrillators after the coalition secured a $1.14-million federal grant.  Officials say paramedics in the three cities currently use outdated defibrillators, but the...
  • Traffic stop? There's an app for that.

    The next time you get pulled over by the police, you may soon be able to just flash your smart phone at the officer to show necessary information. Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) has introduced AB 1708 to give California drivers the option of...
  • A tried-and-true Method

    A tried-and-true Method
    Glendale isn't normally considered the center of modern electronic music, but for one of the genre's legendary acts, the Crystal Method, the area has been home for nearly two decades. When Scott Kirkland and Ken Jordan, two Vegas-based DJs, moved to...
  • Hospital names new chairman of the board

    Verdugo Hills Hospital announced the appointment of Robert E. Develle as chairman of the hospital’s board of directors for a one-year term. A Pasadena resident, Develle has served on the board since 2005 and has also served as chairman of the...