Metro’s board of directors agreed to move forward with a plan to close two railroad crossings along the San Fernando Road Corridor and variations of that proposal are expected to be heading to the public for community feedback by the end of the year.
With the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage anticipated Friday, two of the plaintiffs in the landmark case that struck down California’s voter-approved same-sex marriage ban Proposition 8 in 2013 were waiting with the TV on, laptops and iPad at the ready.
Police and fire officials made up most of the top earners at City Hall in 2014 with the pay of some nonmanagement employees clocking in well above that of their supervisors.
The Glendale school board agreed to stay with the search firm it hired earlier this month after momentarily reconsidering and hearing proposals again from three firms for a second time Wednesday night.
Members of Glendale’s business community along with city officials met and mingled on Wednesday to talk about one of the city’s biggest potential projects down the road — building a public park above a local freeway.
Glendale residents are seeing a new drought charge when they open their water bills, a fee aimed at recouping money needed to maintain the utility as people continue to conserve.
For months, elected officials and local activists have asked the Metropolitan Transportation Authority for a cost-benefit analysis of five project alternatives being put forth as potential solutions to addressing a 4.5-mile gap in the 710 Freeway between Alhambra and Pasadena.
A dormant restaurant site that once was a Marie Callender’s for many years until it was shuttered may be torn down to make way for a new Rite Aid store.
An ode to transportation and Glendale landmarks will be featured on the city’s 2016 Rose Parade float entry, a design that was unanimously approved City Council on Tuesday.
Officials will have to ditch plans to construct a cell tower in a La Crescenta neighborhood per Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich’s request after dozens of neighbors voiced opposition to the proposal, citing concerns about radio frequency emissions as well as a lack of public...
The Angeles National Forest will hold a public meeting at the Pacific Community Center in Glendale Monday for residents wishing to weigh in on or learn more about the development of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Management Plan.
A proposed mixed-use development just north of downtown would require the approval of seven variances because of its height and scale. It would also required the demolition of the Recess Eatery.
A Metro committee agreed on Wednesday to move forward with a plan to close two railroad crossings on the Los Angeles side of San Fernando Road, and one of the committee members floated an idea to keep added traffic off nearby Glendale residential streets, a potential problem that’s concerned...
The city’s Design Review Board on Thursday gave the green light for construction of a five-story, 71-unit apartment building in the San Fernando Road Corridor, a revised version of a project initially approved eight years ago.
Federal officials will be in Burbank next month for a public meeting to discuss a draft document, released last week, that outlines potential environmental impacts of a project to improve the management of airspace over Southern California.
A Metro committee on Wednesday will vote on whether to close a pair of railroad crossings on the Los Angeles side of San Fernando Road to address longtime safety concerns and consider building connectors to continue getting drivers to West San Fernando Road. However, nearby Glendale residents are...
A group of local residents said they are concerned about the potential health effects of a proposed cell tower in La Crescenta that would be part of a system connecting first responders throughout Los Angeles County during emergencies.
A lawsuit filed by a former tobacco outreach worker at Glendale Adventist Medical Center who was fired after he published an opinion column criticizing the City Council has been settled out of court, while a related case against Mayor Ara Najarian has been dropped.
Los Angeles lawmakers backed a hotly debated plan Tuesday to remake a historic bridge between Silver Lake and Atwater Village, overriding the objections of bicyclists, pedestrian activists and neighborhood groups pushing for sidewalks on both sides of the span.
The City Council on Tuesday ordered plans be drawn to revamp the electricity-generating Grayson Power Plant in what is already being called the biggest public works project in Glendale’s history.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich said Thursday that he is considering a run for the state Senate seat held by Carol Liu (D-La Cañada Flintridge), the Los Angeles...
In the face of a lawsuit over the legitimacy of an annual transfer of funds from the city’s utility, the City Council on Tuesday once again agreed to shift millions of dollars from Glendale Water & Power to the General Fund.
A Northwest Glendale lot once considered for park use will one day be home to a housing project for seniors.
The City Council signed off on 18% pay raises for its city manager and city attorney Tuesday, making their pay rates similar to those of their counterparts in Burbank and Pasadena.