Doris McKently, 94, receives flowers from parent Aida Knur during the R.D. White Elementary School's 100th year celebration in Glendale on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. McKently taught at the school from 1967 to 1987. Martha McDaniel (Dzaich), second from left, attended the school as a kindergartener in 1929.

R.D. White Elementary PTA celebrates 100 years

Less than a year after R.D. White Elementary opened its doors to students in 1915, the school’s Parent Teachers Assn. was established, making it among the oldest PTAs in Glendale.

Veterans job fair set for March 19

Job-seeking military veterans may want to polish up their resumes and have their business attire inspection-ready for an upcoming veterans job fair on March 19. The event is open to the public.

There are several opportunities for Glendale voters to get to know their candidates for City Council in the weeks leading up to the April 7 election.

City Council candidate forums scheduled

The following Glendale City Council candidate forums will be held in the coming weeks, leading up to election day on April 7:

Burbank SWAT officer Adam Cornils helps 6-yr. old Jacob Bame try on some gear at Burbank's National Night Out at police headquarters in Burbank on Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014. Sgt. Cornils was recently named the Burbank Police's new public information officer.

Burbank Police name Sgt. Adam Cornils new PIO

Burbank residents will be seeing a new face on the news, as Burbank Police Sgt. Adam Cornils was recently named public information officer of the Burbank Police Department.

West L.A. College dental hygiene students Tirsit Belew, left, and Leanne Wright, right, show Joaquin Miller Elementary School students Catherine Mkrtchyan, left, and Anthony Sanchez, right, how to properly brush their teeth during the Kids' Community Dental Clinic at the Burbank school on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015.  The free Give Kids A Smile event provided free dental check up for all the school's students.

Students get free dental care, brushing tips

Hundreds of students at Joaquin Miller Elementary received free dental care and tips recently through the Burbank-based Kids’ Community Dental Clinic, which provides free care to children at up to 60 schools each year.

After years of scattered operating hours, Grand View Memorial Park is open seven days a week under new ownership.

Grand View's hours of operation expanded as cemetery begins renovations

For several years, the only chance families could visit their late relatives at Grand View Memorial Park was during a small window of time on Sundays.

Glendale Area Alumnae Panhellenic members planning the 67th annual Scholarship Luncheon are, back row from left, Kim Westhoff, of Alpha Omicron Pi and Panhellenic secretary, and Harriett Rector, of Phi Mu; front row from left, Deb Ann Orfalea and Rondi Werner Redmann, both members of Zeta Tau Alpha.

Community: Social introduces girls to sorority life

Glendale Area Alumnae Panhellenic is preparing for its annual Scholarship Social for high school senior girls to learn about college sororities and scholarship opportunities.

Co-chairwomen of the La Crescenta Woman's Club Authors Luncheon on Saturday were Carol Stein, left, and President Carol Huntwork.

Community: Authors Luncheon is a delicious escape

For those of us who have a family and a career, finding time to explore a good book is a luxury.

Pair accused of drug possession

A traffic stop Monday evening led police to seize 180 marijuana plants as well as ecstasy pills, police said.

Crescenta Valley PTA: Valley View to host annual Reading Night

Valley View Elementary