Alfred Khashakyan continued his mixed-martial-arts path of destruction Friday night in Studio City.
WALNUT — It was the sort of deficit the Glendale Community College women’s tennis team had hoped to avoid at all costs.
Son seeks public's help, offers $2K reward to recover stolen love letters between mother and late father
A case filled with decades-old love letters was stolen from an 80-year-old woman’s Glendale home during a daytime burglary on Thursday, and her son is offering a $2,000 reward — no questions asked — for their return.
Friends and former students reminisced this week about Rose Essick, saying she was deeply religious, gracious and never afraid to offer her opinion. The longtime Burbank resident and educator died April 11. She was 91.
If Santa Rosa-based developer Oakmont Senior Living wants its plans for a 72-unit assisted living facility to take root in La Cañada, it's going to have to think outside the box, residents and city staff agreed Thursday.
In recent years, U.S. cities have, using the latest technologies, opened their books for closer inspection. This is a welcome stream of sunshine on the civic purse that allows constituents to more clearly see how their taxpayer dollars are being spent. Recently, Glendale City Hall followed suit, unveiling a new feature on its website that allows citizens to track — at a glance — response times for the fire and police department and assess whether they are falling short, meeting or exceeding goals, and to study breakdowns of budget and economic development expenditures.
Much to the dismay of the teachers’ union, Burbank Unified School District has hired a new superintendent, Matt Hill, who was given an 4-0 nod for the job Thursday night after several days of high drama.