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  • 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...
  • Water could change Verdugo's course

    Water could change Verdugo's course
    Verdugo Hills Golf Course, threatened for years by residential development, could be saved if funds from a Los Angeles clean-water bond are used to construct a stormwater treatment facility on the site, officials said. Los Angeles City Councilman Paul...
  • Men posing as FBI agents rob Burbank home

    Men posing as FBI agents rob Burbank home
    Police are searching for three masked men who posed as FBI agents, forced their way into a home in Burbank in the middle of the night and stole a briefcase said to be filled with $20,000. The home invasion was reported around midnight along the 1000...
  • Harry Potter lifts Warner home video revenue, bucking a trend

    Harry Potter lifts Warner home video revenue, bucking a trend
    Strong sales for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 1" pushed up Warner Bros.' home video movie revenue by 29% amid an overall shrinking market, helping drive improved financial results for media conglomerate Time Warner during the second...
  • Home prices take a dip

    The local real estate market took a wild ride in July. The average length of time a home stayed on the market in Glendale grew by a month compared to the previous year, from 3.5 months to 4.5 months, according to Keller Williams Realty, which tracks local...
  • Tight housing market in Glendale pushes home prices higher

    The real estate market in Glendale continued improving last month as demand for a dwindling number of homes on the market pushed up median home prices, according to the latest real estate report. The median price for a single-family home rose roughly 21%...
  • Median home prices rise in Glendale

    The real estate market in Glendale saw continued steady growth last month as median home prices were driven up by a limited number of homes and lots of potential buyers, according to the latest real estate report. The median price of a single-family home...
  • Liu vows to push sale of Caltrans homes

    Liu vows to push sale of Caltrans homes
    Conditions in the 710 gap are slow and go, as Gov. Jerry Brown last week vetoed a bill that would have forced the California Department of Transportation to quickly sell some of the nearly 500 properties it owns in Los Angeles, South Pasadena and...
  • Brown vetoes bill forcing sale of Caltrans-owned homes

     Brown vetoes bill forcing sale of Caltrans-owned homes
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday vetoed a bill to require the California Department of Transportation to begin selling the homes it owns in Pasadena, South Pasadena and Los Angeles. Sen. Carol Liu (D-La CaƱada Flintridge), introduced the bill in July, with the...