The Metrolink commuter railroad announced Thursday it will temporarily remove from service and evaluate the safety of dozens of new crash-resistant passenger cars — the type officials claimed reduced casualties in the collision of a truck and train near Oxnard this year.
A new fire chief and community development director were appointed by the Glendale City Council on Tuesday, both internal promotions of employees with decades of city experience.
About two dozen supporters of a right-to-die bill that would let doctors in California prescribe lethal doses of medications to terminally ill patients rallied outside of Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s (D-Glendale) office Friday afternoon to try to win his support.
The Glendale City Council on Tuesday appointed Albert Abkarian to the Civil Service Commission, despite opposition by the police union president, who questioned the man’s ability to objectively serve on a board that oversees employee discipline after he filed a complaint against a Glendale...
For the second straight month and during one of the toughest times of the year to save water, Glendale residents surpassed a state-mandated goal for cutting back on consumption.
Almost four months after voters overwhelmingly rejected a move to split the community into voting districts, city officials are looking into expanding the City Council to seven at-large members and moving municipal elections to November.
Former Glendale City Councilman, two-time mayor and retired lawyer Robert Garcin, who served when the Glendale Galleria first opened its doors, has died. He was 86.
A request to build a five-story, mixed-use building just outside of development-heavy downtown Glendale has been denied by a planning hearing officer.
Potential changes to the Crescenta Valley Water District’s rate model will be studied by an outside firm, but officials are seeking feedback from the community as well.
About 13 million gallons of wastewater flows from the sewers of Glendale every day to a plant just outside the city that treats it to the point where it’s good enough to irrigate city parks.
California High-Speed Rail Authority officials said this week they plan to propose to Bob Hope Airport officials that the state agency purchase the nearly 60-acre “B6 parcel” — also known as the “Opportunity Site” — north of the airfield’s terminal, an...
The green of Judy Taylor’s front lawn has faded since she started watering it less, but a bigger loss for her is the annual yield from the avocado tree in her backyard.
During a major drought — such as the one California has been experiencing for the fourth straight year — trees can become susceptible to pests and disease, and to help with their survival, city officials released a video this week instructing residents how to best water trees under dry...
A sidewalk and pedestrian-safety improvement project across a stretch of Glendale Avenue has won the city its first award from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
La Crescenta residents are being asked via an online survey whether they’d like to see election day for the Crescenta Valley Town Council moved from November to April.
Stump speeches are common in politics, but this weekend when longtime Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced he’s running for California state Senate in 2016, he made what might be called a bumper speech.
A Glendale man is appealing a federal jury’s decision that police did not use excessive force when they took him to the ground before arresting him two years ago on suspicion of public intoxication.
The city of Glendale owns about 1,500 properties, and of those that are buildings, nearly all serve some kind of purpose — except for at least one.
Hundreds of new plants will soon line the sand-like decomposed granite that now borders the sidewalks of the Montrose Shopping Park.
Nurses contracted to conduct minor medical treatments and blood draws at the Glendale Police Department jail have saved local police officers 2,900 patrol hours that otherwise would have been spent escorting inmates to a hospital.
The opportunity for the public to comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact on the SR-710 North will end Wednesday, closing a five-month comment window.
Glendale surpassed its state-mandated water-conservation goal by 4% in June, according to a report released Thursday by California’s Water Resources Control Board.
An ordinance to speed up the application process for installing rooftop solar panels on residential homes won early support from the Glendale City Council on Tuesday.