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Local Memorial Day ceremonies to pay tribute to veterans, fallen soldiers

Local Memorial Day ceremonies to pay tribute to veterans, fallen soldiers

Memorial Day will bring a series of events to the Glendale area that will give local citizens the opportunity to pay respects to veterans, including those from the area who perished in battles overseas.

 

First phase of energy upgrades will save GCC $239K annually

Two years ago, Glendale Community College officials embarked on a multimillion-dollar endeavor to reduce energy costs, and their efforts appear to be proving successful.

 

Walking tour to teach medicinal, food uses of native plants

The Arroyo & Foothills Conservancy will host a guided walk through the Rosemont Preserve on Saturday aimed at teaching participants about the medicinal and food uses of native plants.

City staff proposes $800M budget

A budget of nearly $800 million is proposed for the 2015-16 fiscal year, but the years following will entail some uncertainties stemming from a legal battle with the state as well as ongoing increases in paying for employees' retirement costs.

 

Glendale considers lifting ban on artificial turf

The potential lifting of a ban on artificial turf for front lawns took a step forward on Tuesday as the City Council directed staffers to begin looking into amending the city code and to bring back a series of options by the end of summer.

 

Witness stymies alleged attempted murder

A 23-year-old Los Angeles man who was reportedly caught waiting by his ex-boss' car with two loaded pistols was charged on Wednesday with attempted murder, authorities said.

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