Burbank and Bob Hope Airport officials are hashing out a date for a joint, televised public meeting, likely in June, to discuss each party’s proposal for an agreement on a 14-gate replacement terminal at the airfield.
The city will partially fund a six-unit affordable-housing project to be built by Habitat for Humanity, making it the ninth such development in Glendale.
A developer is looking to replace a gym on Colorado Street with a Holiday Inn down the street from a series of older hotels and motels that a city official hopes could be inspired by the new project to upgrade their own buildings.
Not content to let city trees die amid state mandates banning the use of potable water for street medians, La Cañada Flintridge is securing truckloads of recycled water from the city of Glendale to get the job done.
A city staffer and members of the Historic Preservation Commission were divided this week on the issue of whether a proposed outdoor stairway that’s part of a rehabilitation project for the former Masonic Temple should be left open or covered.
A budget of nearly $800 million is proposed for the 2015-16 fiscal year, one a top city official says will include a small surplus, but the years following will entail some uncertainties stemming from a legal battle with the state as well as ongoing increases in paying for employees’...
The potential lifting of a ban on artificial turf for front lawns took a step forward on Tuesday as the City Council directed staffers to begin looking into amending the city code and to bring back a series of options by the end of summer.
A controversial diagonal crosswalk in Montrose, intended to increase pedestrian safety, yet one that mostly just riled business owners and motorists, is gone.
There may come a day when a business professional hops on the Metro Orange Line at Warner Center at 7 a.m. and travels to San Francisco for an 11 a.m. meeting without stepping foot on a plane or in a car.
As Glendale city officials look to make drastic cuts in the amount of potable water consumed in the city, school officials are looking to tap into recycled water as one way to deal with the state’s severe drought.
A discussion that could potentially initiate lifting Glendale’s ban on swapping lush front lawns for artificial turf is planned for a City Council meeting on Tuesday amid ongoing mandates from city officials to help fight the ongoing drought in the state.
The second round of design plans for revival of the long-dormant Masonic Temple in downtown Glendale heads to the Historic Preservation Commission for a vote next week, but there’s one element city staff is strongly recommending against.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) announced Tuesday he will not enter the race for retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer’s seat.
Accommodating the traffic demands of a population that has swelled beyond the load limit of LA’s freeway systems is proving to be a zero-sum game — at least in the case of the 710 Freeway extension project.
Glendale’s water rates are arbitrary and illegal, a group of residents claims in a lawsuit, alleging current fees aren’t backed by research and fall outside state regulations.
A project aimed at bringing more trees, pedestrian-safety enhancements and the ability to capture and reuse rainwater will begin to take shape along a few downtown streets over the next year as the City Council on Tuesday agreed to fund its design phase.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) sent a letter to Chairman Eric Garcetti and members of the Los Angeles Metro Board this week, opposing a Long Beach (710) North Freeway tunnel alternative proposed in a study by the California Department of Transportation and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan...
The City Council set aside $200,000 Tuesday to fund a float entry in next year’s Tournament of Roses Parade, but officials are hoping local fundraising efforts will help stretch that allocation to help pay for future entries as well.
Malibu attorney Kevin Shenkman has filed a complaint against the Glendale Unified School District for allegedly violating the California Voting Rights Act, 10 days after voters rejected Glendale Unified’s measure that would have paved the path for them to adopt a district-based voting system.
The number of passengers traveling through Bob Hope Airport rose by 5.2% in March compared to the same month last year, beating budget projections by the same amount, according to airfield officials.
After breaking a century-long tradition with the absence of an entry in this year’s Tournament of Roses parade, the Glendale City Council will consider throwing...
Bill Metzdorf used to have a large and lush front lawn located on the corner of his block, but that all changed after he got a letter from Glendale Water & Power.
Residents and businesses can only water their landscaping twice a week, following a decision by the Glendale City Council to step up mandatory conservation efforts.
A town hall forum in La Cañada Monday asked residents to weigh in on a recent National Park Service report that calls for potentially expanding the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area to include the Rim of the Valley corridor of regional mountains.