Aidan Anding, right, and the Burroughs High football team defeated Glendale on Friday night.

Burroughs High football overwhelms Glendale, 38-0

BURBANK — Behind a spread out offensive attack and a smothering defense, the Burroughs High football team’s comeback this season is nearly complete, minus one big prize.

St. Francis High's Jeremiah Martin had six touchdowns in the Golden Knights' 60-0 win over La Salle on Friday night.

St. Francis football dominates La Salle to claim Angelus League title

LA CA√ĎADA — While many prognosticated that the most arduous obstacles on the Angelus League docket had already been overcome by the St. Francis High football team, it still had business to take care of to make official the crowning achievement it had so long strived to accomplish.

A child, dressed as a pirate, walks down Honolulu Ave. in Montrose, the site of the Montrose Shopping Assn. annual Halloween Spooktacular on Friday, Oct. 31, 2014.

Kids have a spirited time in Montrose

Thousands of costumed trick-or-treaters were expected to descend on Honolulu Avenue in Montrose Halloween night for the annual Halloween Spooktacular.

Flintridge Prep boys' water polo team grabs share of Prep League crown

PASADENA —During the last several seasons, the Flintridge Prep boys’ water polo team spent plenty of time learning from mainstay rival Pasadena Poly.

Burbank Mayor David Gordon addresses Providence High School graduates on Saturday, June 7, 2014 at Forest Lawn in the Hall of Liberty in Los Angeles. On Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, Gordon delivered his State of the City address during an event hosted by the Burbank Chamber of Commerce at the Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel.

Mayor praises city's recent fiscal health

Burbank Mayor David Gordon touted the city’s recent economic health during the annual State of the City address Wednesday, before unveiling a plan that he hopes will lay a foundation for the city’s continued fiscal health.

Planners recommend against cellphone tower

Glendale planning staff is recommending denial of a proposed 50-foot-tall cellphone tower in the parking lot of a Kenneth Village business.

Luther Burbank Middle School 7th grader Ruby Gara shows the ice cream bars they have on hand to sell at the ASB student store in Burbank on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. The ASB is allowed to sell snacks that do not compete with snacks sold at the cafeteria.

Food rules are tough to swallow

Under growing pressure from state and federal officials, Burbank Unified school district officials are heavily enforcing a rule that prohibits students from fundraising during school hours by selling items available in the cafeteria.

Outsourcing street-sweeping proposal nixed

Burbank residents and city workers spoke out at a City Council meeting on Tuesday against a staff proposal to outsource a single commercial-area street-sweeping route.

Planners recommend zoning change for mixed-use project

The city’s Planning Commission voted unanimously on Wednesday to recommend a zone change for height, density and other requirements for a proposed four-story mixed-use project at 1407 W. Glenoaks Blvd.

Veterans Village applications will be available

Housing applications for Veterans Village, a new affordable housing project expected to open in June, will be available from Tuesday through Nov. 26.