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  • Hoover Band played at important venues in mid-1950s

    Hoover Band played at important venues in mid-1950s
    Bill Russell has fond memories of his years at Hoover High School. As a member of the school band, Russell and his fellow players marched down Main Street at the just-opened Disneyland, performed for the audience at the annual Hoover vs. Glendale game...
  • Residents renting rather than buying

    The Great American Dream is looking a little different for people in Glendale and Burbank, according to the latest round of U.S. Census data released this week. Residents have replaced the image of a white picket fence and a mortgage with apartment or...
  • Seeing Stars: My own independence at Castaway in Burbank

    Seeing Stars: My own independence at Castaway in Burbank
    The 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. It's almost always warm. It's a fun day to enjoy delicious barbecue food with friends and family, all while wearing casual attire in the sun. Did I mention I love stars? There's always a lot to do —...
  • Home prices continue to sag

    Home prices continue to sag
    Home prices in Glendale and Burbank declined in April, part of a national trend as a slow-and-go economic recovery curbed buyers and so-called distressed properties continued to be a drag on the market. The average price of a home sold in Glendale was...
  • La Cañada Town Center sale finalized

    La Cañada Town Center sale finalized
    Los Angeles-based IDS Real Estate Group has purchased La Cañada Flintridge Town Center for a price in excess of $40 million, the company announced Thursday. A deal for the 7.6-acre retail complex at Foothill Boulevard and Angeles Crest Highway, the city&...
  • Making the case for smart meters

    Utilities are installing smart meters and moving toward a smarter grid. Modernizing our electrical and water infrastructure by integrating new technologies helps bring our system into the 21st century in order for us to meet future needs of our...
  • Schiff seeks to invest in Egypt, Tunisia firms

    President Obama’s nominee for ambassador to Armenia, John Heffern, is scheduled to come before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for questioning on Wednesday. Heffern is a career diplomat who now is the United States’ deputy chief of...
  • Walmart-Empire Center rumors swirl

    Walmart-Empire Center rumors swirl
    Public reaction to news that Walmart may move into what is now the Great Indoors store next to the Empire Center has been swift and blistering, but Burbank officials say they have little to no control over the potential move. Walmart has yet to...
  • Local real estate market continues to be soft

    Local real estate market continues to be soft
    Another slump in local residential sale prices in June indicates a soft market during a time of year when real estate activity is usually surging. The average sale price of a Glendale home in June was $515,784, down from $533,671 the same time last...
  • Housing market continues to slide

    Another slump in local residential sale prices in June indicates a stubbornly soft market during a time of year when real estate activity usually is surging. The average sale price of a Glendale home in June was $515,784, down from $533,671 the same...
  • Studebaker drove change in the auto industry

    The news around Glendale early in 1917 was that war with Germany was looming. In response to that, an auxiliary to the Los Angeles Red Cross was formed at a meeting at the high school, and later in the year a local chapter began. Also that year, two...
  • Ron Kaye: Taking on the narrow view of business and labor

    Business and labor, so often posturing as antagonists in a life and death struggle for power, have come solidly together in their nostalgia for the good old days when politicians were bought once and stayed bought. Ah, the good old days before term...