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  • Charity representatives meet with LFCU employees

    The Lockheed Federal Credit Union celebrated the success of their foundation in September when employees met with representatives of local charities that the foundation supports. The charities benefited by the foundation, LFCU Community Stars, include...
  • Burb's Eye View: Better charity through music and pancakes

    In the back corner of the John Burroughs High School courtyard, about as far as you can get from the stage and still keep an ear on the action, Connie Trimble packed up the last of her cooking utensils. On that stage all Saturday morning, the varied...
  • Credit union continues to support aid center

    Lockheed Federal Credit Union announced its continued support for the Burbank Temporary Aid Center as it has donated more than 6,000 pounds of canned goods and other items to provide 750 lunches for the homeless this month. Employees donated items during...
  • Baskets delivered to families in need

    Baskets delivered to families in need
    Hundreds of volunteers participated in a long-standing tradition Saturday to provide holiday baskets and gifts to families in need during the holidays. Burbank firefighters, one of many groups involved in the Coordinating Council’s Holiday...
  • Providence getting noticed

    Bits and pieces from the local sports scene. Pioneers boys' basketball team nets top ranking: In his first season as coach, Ernest Baskerville has Providence heading in the right direction. Behind talented players Patrick Gonzalez and Marcus Lovette Jr....
  • Saving lives in the long run

    It wasn't enough that Roy Wiegand endured a climb in altitude of almost 12,000 feet on a grueling 100-mile road run from the San Buenaventura Mission in Ventura to Mt. Pinos in the Los Padres National Forest. But he's taking on a second tough challenge,...
  • Police donate $2K for Thanksgiving supplies

    Police donate $2K for Thanksgiving supplies
    The Burbank Temporary Aid Center got financial help for Thanksgiving supplies Tuesday with a $2,000 donation from local police officials. Burbank Police command staff made a pledge of $1,000 that was later matched by the Burbank Police Officers’...
  • Local women make for a super Saturday

    Local women make for a super Saturday
    While the meeting of the gridiron gladiators from New York and New England dominated the social events of this past Sunday, just 24 hours earlier it was local women who were dominating the day as the Verdugo Glen Chapter of the American Business Women&...
  • Blood-drive battle begins

    Blood-drive battle begins
    The sixth annual Battle of the Badges took place Tuesday, an opportunity for all badge-carrying personnel and their friends and family to help the community by participating in a friendly competition to see which department can donate the most blood,...
  • Donors drink beer to support homeless nonprofit

    Donors drink beer to support homeless nonprofit
    Donors drank beer to raise money for the city’s homeless and struggling households at the “WinterBok Tapping Event” Tuesday evening. The fundraiser at Gordon Biersch Restaurant and Brewery in Burbank was for the Burbank Temporary Aid...
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: I-5 big rig crash slows Monday morning commute, Ex-LAUSD teacher pleads no contest to molestation charges

    San Fernando Valley roundup: I-5 big rig crash slows Monday morning commute, Ex-LAUSD teacher pleads no contest to molestation charges
    Good morning, readers. Today is Tuesday, August 21. A big rig crash on I-5 snarled traffic for hours in Burbank on Monday. The early-morning crash on northbound Interstate 5 near the Scott Road exit resulted in the closure of three lanes as officials...
  • Donors cover ambulance bills for families of electrocution victims

    Donors cover ambulance bills for families of electrocution victims
    VALLEY VILLAGE -- Private donors have committed more than $10,000 to cover ambulance fees for the victims who were either injured or electrocuted as they tried to rescue a 19-year-old Glendale man who crashed into a fire hydrant and downed a power line,...