A bill that would have required all bicycle-riding adults to wear a helmet in California has been scaled back following wide opposition from numerous bicycling organizations.
Caruso Affiliated got the green light Thursday to initiate a project to revive the long-unused Masonic Temple building in downtown Glendale by the end of the year as a major real estate firm has already announced plans to move in and set up shop.
In the wake of a historic and ongoing drought in California, Glendale’s water provider was recently recognized by a state agency for its new usage tracking program for customers that’s helped save millions of gallons of water.
There’s about 250 checks waiting at City Hall to be claimed by June 2.
Following multiple delays and the urging of local lawmakers to publish its findings
A new feature on the city’s website displays key statistics such as how the city is spending its money and whether the local police and fire departments are meeting their response-time goals.
Local leaders and community members are praising Pope Francis for his remarks from the Vatican this past weekend that categorized the deaths of 1.5 million Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire in 1915 as the first genocide of the 20th century.
Noting about 100 massage parlors operate in Glendale — some of which police officials say harbor illegal activity — the Glendale City Council adopted a 45-day moratorium, halting further openings as it drafts new policies to better govern those establishments.
Downtown Glendale’s development boom continues as multiunit housing projects pop up, but plans announced this week by Caruso Affiliated aim to breathe new life into a nearly 90-year-old building in the downtown area that stands taller than most of its neighboring structures.
The Glendale City Council and Glendale Unified School District’s board of education will each see one familiar face and one new one following Tuesday’s election.
A diagonal crosswalk in the heart of Montrose will be removed less than two months after it was installed following direction on Tuesday from the Glendale City Council members, who said they thought such a major change should have earned their approval before moving forward.
On Wednesday morning, a day after State Water Control Resources Board announced some communities would have to cut their water usage beyond the recent 25% mandate, Descanso Gardens offered homeowners a note of encouragement in discouraging times, unveiling to members of the media a demonstration...
With all 28 precincts counted, incumbents for the Glendale Unified School District school board and Glendale Community College board of trustees were reelected to their posts in the election Tuesday.
Glendale voters soundly defeated a measure that would have allowed the City Council to set its own pay, with nearly three times as many people voting against the initiative as those approved.
With all precincts reporting, Paula Devine and Vartan Gharpetian have been elected to the Glendale City Council, while Dave Weaver failed in his bid for a sixth term.
With ballots yet to be counted, initiatives regarding council pay and districting looked to be headed to defeat Tuesday, though a measure seeking to increase the city’s hotel tax looked to be cruising to victory.
Incumbents for the Glendale Unified School District board of education and Glendale Community College board of trustees looked to be headed for reelection during early election returns Tuesday.
Vartan Gharpetian and incumbent Councilwoman Paula Devine lead the race for two seats on the Glendale City Council as votes continue to be counted near midnight Tuesday.
At the end of the school year, Dennis Bullock will step down as dean of students at Providence High School in Burbank in order to devote more time to his political career.
Brand Boulevard is expected to be closed off to cars sometime in September to encourage bike and pedestrian safety and to hopefully entice CicLAvia, a one-day event that shuts down major arteries in Los Angeles to make way for bicyclists, to come to Glendale.
Appealing to all the electorate is the main push for a candidate in any race, but in Glendale that also means winning the support of Armenian Americans, which make up roughly a third of the city’s registered voters.
Despite publicly stating their opposition to an initiative that would create district-based voting, a measure created in response to the threat of a lawsuit, several members of the City Council stated the decision should be up to voters.
Two of the four initiatives on the ballot Tuesday deal directly with money: Asking voters to increase the city’s hotel tax and to allow the City Council to set its own pay.
While the alternative rock band System of a Down plans to use the concert stage this month as a platform to push for formal recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the United States and Turkey, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank), is using his influence as a legislator toward the same goal.
Clear leaders in garnering endorsements from key Glendale organizations have emerged in the three upcoming races leading up to election day on April 7.