City and school officials are offering free lunches to children who visit the Glendale Central Library this summer.
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.
Andrew Cave was introducing about 100 children to barnyard animals at Buena Vista Library when “Thelma,” a golden chicken, jumped from a table within a fenced enclosure and darted through the crowd before Cave could get his hands on her again.
Before he sang a note, Christian Morales smiled under the sweat-inducing orange lights of Sardo’s karaoke bar. He politely thanked everyone for their attendance.
The pillars near the Southwest Airlines ticket counter at Bob Hope Airport were festooned in balloons on Tuesday — blue, red and yellow ones spiraled the columns, topped with giant, gold-foil helium ones in the shapes of letters spelling SFO.
I’m no longer surprised when people ask me to clarify just what exactly it is I’m studying. In healthcare, which includes eye health, there are a lot of “ologies” to remember, and a specialist for every one. “So what’s the difference then,” they ask, “between an optometrist and ophthalmologist? Don’t you all just prescribe glasses anyway?”
A 41-year-old Burbank man was held this week to answer to charges that he shot his former business partner outside the victim’s Glendale home, officials said.
L’Aureole of Glendale, a philanthropic organization, ended the year on a happy note with two events.
Utility crews restored power to 876 customers Tuesday afternoon after a Mylar balloon caused an outage, officials said.
Police on Tuesday released surveillance photos of two people who stole a scooter and bicycle from an underground residential parking garage in Glendale, officials said.