Thousands of costumed trick-or-treaters were expected to descend on Honolulu Avenue in Montrose Halloween night for the annual Halloween Spooktacular.
PASADENA —During the last several seasons, the Flintridge Prep boys’ water polo team spent plenty of time learning from mainstay rival Pasadena Poly.
Burbank Mayor David Gordon touted the city’s recent economic health during the annual State of the City address Wednesday, before unveiling a plan that he hopes will lay a foundation for the city’s continued fiscal health.
Glendale planning staff is recommending denial of a proposed 50-foot-tall cellphone tower in the parking lot of a Kenneth Village business.
Under growing pressure from state and federal officials, Burbank Unified school district officials are heavily enforcing a rule that prohibits students from fundraising during school hours by selling items available in the cafeteria.
Burbank residents and city workers spoke out at a City Council meeting on Tuesday against a staff proposal to outsource a single commercial-area street-sweeping route.
The city’s Planning Commission voted unanimously on Wednesday to recommend a zone change for height, density and other requirements for a proposed four-story mixed-use project at 1407 W. Glenoaks Blvd.
Housing applications for Veterans Village, a new affordable housing project expected to open in June, will be available from Tuesday through Nov. 26.
Locals who watched La Cañada teen Grace Rickert win “Project Runway: Threads,” a competition show for young fashion designers that aired Thursday on Lifetime TV, can congratulate her in person during her upcoming appearance at Pasadena’s Sewing Studio.
A proposed ordinance intended to help preserve historic signs around the city inched closer to reality Tuesday night when the Burbank City Council reviewed the findings of a study about the historic assets.
A list of the 39 float entries for the 126th annual Tournament of Roses Parade was released this week, but it was missing one century-long participant — the city of Glendale.
Not so long ago, the only people who had to worry about typos were named Gutenberg. Today, typos dog everyone with a keyboard, and that horrible feeling of realizing too late that a resume, important email or blog post contained an error is practically universal.
A look at recent single-family home sales in Glendale and La Crescenta. Also includes a comparison to last month.
Rufus is a 5-year-old, gray tabby cat. He is easy to handle and enjoys being petted. Very friendly.
A look at the performance of publicly-traded companies based in Glendale and Burbank. Also includes companies that have large operations in those cities.
Revealing a one-of-a-kind cat, Star Baby is a rare beauty with luscious gray-and-white fur complemented by exquisite facial markings.
A woman received a phone call at 7:48 a.m. and recognized the name and number on the caller ID as a former college classmate she met in 1982 who used to stalk her when she was a cheerleader.
The Glendale Police Officers’ Assn. on Saturday is hosting a poker tournament to raise money for Cops for Kids, a program that benefits local children who are disadvantaged or have special needs, officials said.
City officials, dignitaries and community members convened on a tiny street off Foothill Boulevard Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the completion of three Foothill (210) Freeway sound walls and unveil a new mural installed on one of them.
If you want to reach out to Southern Californians with an important message, post it where it counts — their cars.
For much of the season, the defensive unit of the Glendale Community College football team has met each of its challenges.
The Haunted Jail held at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Crescenta Valley station ends tonight, a last chance for adults and children to get their scares for Halloween.
BURBANK — With their opponent fighting for its playoff life, the Burbank High girls' volleyball team received a quality postseason tune-up in the form of visiting Glendale in Thursday afternoon's Pacific League match.
BURBANK — Scoring on eight of 11 total drives, the Burbank High football team set in motion its path toward a collision course with archrival Burroughs by obliterating visiting Arcadia, 56-14, in Thursday evening's Pacific League contest at Memorial Field.
STUDIO CITY — Winning matches at Harvard-Westlake hasn’t occurred very often lately for the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team.
PASADENA — The storyline was evident from the start.
GLENDALE — In the grand scheme of the Pacific League schedule, most would deem that Crescenta Valley High’s victory a week prior against Muir was the deciding factor in the Falcons’ ascent to a league title.
”Sure, I’ve been a geek and a nerd since I was a little kid,” admits Jody Wheeler, vice-president of Bent-Con, the upcoming convention celebrating the wide cross-sections where LGBTQ and fanboy culture meet. “I had all the Star Wars figures,” he explains, “and Princess Leia was inevitably the first casualty of every battle…because she stood in the way of Luke Skywalker’s and Han Solo’s undying love for each other. I’d put her in the hospital, so the two of them could be together.”
Good morning, 818! Happy Halloween! Today is Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 72 degrees and a low of 56 degrees with a 90% chance of showers. So if you're going trick-or-treating tonight, stay safe and keep warm.