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  • Glendale to own mall's open space

    Glendale to own mall's open space
    After nearly two years of uncertainty about the future of the open space at the Americana at Brand, the City Council this week unanimously approved taking over the popular park as a city property. The uncertainty was tied to the dissolution of...
  • Sanctuary, Meatball's biggest fan in tug-of-war over rights

    Sanctuary, Meatball's biggest fan in tug-of-war over rights
    The San Diego County animal sanctuary that took in Meatball, the Glendale bear, now wants the woman who turned him into a social media darling, effectively saving his life, to sign away all legal claims to the bear’s name. Meatball, who got his...
  • Group suggests historic status for Twelve Oaks

    Group suggests historic status for Twelve Oaks
    A North Glendale homeowner's association wants the City Council to designate an assisted living facility in La Crescenta as historic without the property owner's consent, preventing its conversion into single-family homes. LAWSUIT: National Charity...
  • City can't intervene in Twelve Oaks sale but could buy property

    City can't intervene in Twelve Oaks sale but could buy property
    While City Hall can't legally put the brakes on a nonprofit's plan to close and sell a senior living facility, there could be other options that might thwart the move, some of which officials suggested be taken up by private citizens. “I do...
  • Glendale continues plan to keep the Alex

    Glendale continues plan to keep the Alex
    A plan to sell some storefronts at the downtown shopping center the Exchange but keep the Alex Theatre, an Americana at Brand open space and the building slated for the Museum of Neon Art was approved by a board of city, county and school officials this...
  • Glendale city leaders scramble to control properties

    Glendale city leaders scramble to control properties
    This story has been corrected. See details below. As the state moves to liquidate the assets of dismantled community redevelopment agencies, Glendale officials are looking to put some storefronts in the Exchange and other city-owned properties up for...
  • Glendale could purchase property near Crescenta Valley Park

    Glendale could purchase property near Crescenta Valley Park
    A plot of ground that in 2006 was the proposed site of an Armenian high school and condominium project has caught the interest of the City Council. In a closed-door meeting this week, council members discussed purchasing the land, which is near...
  • Q&A: La Cañada City Manager Mark Alexander

    Q&A: La Cañada City Manager Mark Alexander
    La Cañada Flintridge City Manager Mark Alexander is quick to point out that City Council members drive decision-making and he's quick to give his staff the credit for jobs well-done. But legacies — even quiet ones — aren't built to be ignored....
  • Glendale takes steps to protect use of historic Alex Theatre

    Glendale takes steps to protect use of historic Alex Theatre
    The City Council on Tuesday moved to change zoning boundaries in such a way that would prevent the historic Alex Theatre from being turned into a church, recreation center or even a banquet hall should the venue fall into the state’s hands and be...
  • Ron Kaye: Cities can't wait for state

    What started out a year ago as a multibillion-dollar money grab triggered by Gov. Jerry Brown's call to abolish redevelopment agencies statewide now shows every sign of morphing into a power grab. City managers of Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena are...
  • Local home prices rise amid tight housing market

    Local home prices rise amid tight housing market
    The number of homes for sale remained sparse in Glendale last month, and fewer of them sold, according to latest figures released this week. However, the median price edged up even as bank-owned properties and short sales made up almost half of the...
  • Former Glendale man sentenced for $5-million fraud scheme

    A former Glendale man was sentenced Monday to 10 years in federal prison for scheming to defraud private lenders of more than $5 million, officials said. U.S. District Judge Virginia Phillips also ordered the man, 44-year-old Henrik Sardariani, to pay...