Glendale News-Press Male Athlete of the Year: Crescenta Valley High's Gadsby proved himself a true dual threat
Whether it was under the Friday night lights of autumn or in the center of a Stengel Field spotlight in the spring, Brian Gadsby’s right arm was a constant.
The Planning Board on Monday is slated to weigh in on a proposal to build a 241-unit luxury apartment complex on top of a 43,000-square-foot Whole Foods market in the city’s Media District.
The woman onstage is in mourning, rising unsteadily from the floor in fishnets and a dangerously short skirt, still in disbelief that another friend has died on the streets. “She was so young,” cries Carrie Gazzaruso, a curtain of blond hair over her face. She quickly pulls off a thong and wraps it tightly around her arm, collapsing back to her knees to prepare a needle loaded with heroin.
Cat lovers know the precious, light, sand-paper caress of feline kisses... well, get ready for some with Midnight.
Police have released surveillance photos of four suspects allegedly breaking into a Glendale home last month and stealing an unknown number of personal items.
A study looking into revamping the community’s sole electricity-generating plant with up-to-date technologies will soon be underway after winning unanimous support from the Glendale City Council on Tuesday.
Burbank Unified School District officials are appealing an award of $3.2 million in legal fees stemming from a seven-year-old sexual harassment lawsuit.
Glendale school officials recently made room for more nurses to join the staff as they move to address students' health concerns and slowly recover from past budget cuts.
The city has reached a $1.4-million settlement with a former Burbank police detective who sued the city for retaliation after he was fired four years ago for alleged misconduct during the investigation into a takeover robbery at Porto’s Bakery in 2007.
A 35-year-old motorist was arrested Thursday after she allegedly struck a pedestrian while driving under the influence of drugs with her four-year-old daughter in the car, police said.
Some friends have asked about my intentions for next April's election. As I've told them, I'm not seeking another term on the Board of Education. And I don't plan to submit my name for the interim appointment to the seat being vacated by my good friend Mary Boger, though I pondered the possibility when it was presented.
Much has been said about misused quotation marks. Photos of signs boasting about "fresh" seafood and "free" refills abound on the Internet, offering a good laugh at the expense of business owners who don't realize that quotation marks around "fresh" and "free" could suggest quite the opposite.
The city’s first-ever “Rock-a-Hula” pool party for older adults drew dozens of residents donning colorful leis to the Verdugo Pool Thursday to dance to 1950s rock-and-roll and take a dip in the water.
Kiwanis Club of La Cañada, together with Le Petit Vendome, La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation Endowment Fund and the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce are presenting the 12th Annual Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting and Premium Wine Auction on Sunday, Sept. 28 in Memorial Park. Hours for the food and wine tasting are 3 to 6 p.m.; the live wine auction will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The event is for adults 21 years and older only.
Local women who would like to learn more about the La Cañada Junior Women’s Club are invited to call Provisional Chair Lainie Rose Miller at (323) 294-7444, as the group is planning a morning coffee meet-and-greet at 9:30 a.m. Friday, Aug. 22. Miller will provide interested parties the street address for the gathering.
Having been involved with coaching baseball for about a decade, Terry Phillips doesn’t view the diamond in all that different a light from the classroom.
The top-10 high school games from the 2013-14 season were selected by the sportswriters of the Glendale News-Press.
YMCA branches are staples for offering family-friendly physical activities such as basketball, gymnastics and swimming.
Nestle, the world’s largest food and beverage company, has pledged new animal welfare standards for its 7,300 worldwide suppliers, the Los Angeles Times reported.
If 2013 was a breakout season for Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy swimmer Kirsten Vose, then perhaps 2014 could be defined as a brand-building campaign.
The following are the top-10 individual performances in a team setting for the 2014-15 high school season as voted by the Glendale News-Press sports staff.
Two Glendale men were arrested on suspicion of identity theft on Tuesday after being caught with more than 100 allegedly fraudulent credit cards in their possession, police said.
Good morning readers! Today is Friday, August 22, 2014. Today's forecast includes a high of 85 degrees and a low of 65 in Glendale.
Glendale Community College officials hope to increase the number of full-time equivalent students by nearly 1.5% this academic year, and they are also concerned about the impending end of Proposition 30, which saved the college from making drastic budget cuts two years ago.
Glendale Water & Power is turning to texting and emails to remind customers of how to conserve energy during the hottest days of the summer.
Chris Chorebanian was pulled over on his bicycle by a Glendale police officer Wednesday evening for riding without a front light.
Glendale school officials issued another $70 million in bonds last week as they move ahead with plans to upgrade facilities and replace classroom bungalows with one- and two-story buildings at 10 schools.