Ridership on the BurbankBus route between the North Hollywood Metro Station and Bob Hope Airport has increased steadily since June, when the service began running throughout the day rather than only at peak hours.
Word of a gracious gift made the rounds this week and we wanted to chime in with our own appreciation for the donation of 1,000 books former Luther Burbank Middle School teacher Rebecca Mieliwocki made to the campus.
Kenneth Village is behind the times — at least its 14-foot-tall street clock is. The public timepiece is running slow, and it, along with a few other spots along the stretch quaint shops, are in need of some sprucing up.
The 4.5-acre senior-living facility in the Foothills known as Twelve Oaks Lodge and managed from 1975 to 2002 by the National Charity League, Inc., Glendale Chapter, has returned to its hands following almost two years of litigation that resulted in a settlement with managing entity be.group. The local NCL chapter, along with the new Twelve Oaks Foundation, will be holding an appreciation party for supporters and community members at Twelve Oaks from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 11.
The Royal Court Selection Committee of the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce & Community Assn. is accepting applications for the 2016 Miss La Cañada Flintridge competition, according to Pat Anderson, president and chief executive of the chamber.
Burbank residents may be struggling to keep their lawns alive this year, but with Halloween approaching they may want to add a touch of morbidity and horror, for decoration.
High school students who would like to be considered for participation in the city’s cultural exchange with Burbank’s sister city of Ota, Japan, have less than a week left to submit applications.
Applications are available for local residents to run for one of six open seats on the Crescenta Valley Town Council.
Some interesting questions have been piling up in my inbox recently, including one from a reader named Lorraine who asked about the expression “exact same.”
I’ve been interviewing people as a journalist for nearly 40 years — I am, indeed, older than dirt — and have thrillingly managed to chat up some true American icons. Not to drop names, but they include Liz Taylor, Shirley MacLaine, Martin Scorsese, Jerry Lewis, Lucille Ball, George Burns, Roseanne and Fred Rogers, among many.