Crescenta Valley High's Lee Pope is the 2014 Girls' Golf Coach of the Year. (Tim Berger/Staff Photographer)

All-Area Girls' Golf Team

Keilee Bessho, Senior, La Cañada

Burbank High senior Irene Maemura is this year's All-Area Girls' Golfer of the year. (Raul Roa/Staff Photographer)

Girls' Golfer of the Year: Burbank High's Maemura enjoys swinging success in senior season

Though Irene Maemura missed achieving her ultimate goal of competing in the state tournament for the first time in her career, she doesn’t harbor any regrets.

La Cañada High boys' basketball's lack of experience costs team late versus Keppel

LA CAÑADA – Experience proved to be the difference and the downfall of the La Cañada High boys’ basketball team in Saturday’s third-place game of the La Cañada Tournament.

Event, community directory is online

The Directory of Community Organizations and Special Events for 2014-15, prepared annually by the La Cañada Flintridge Coordinating Council, is now online at lcfcc.info. The directory provides an overview of the many organizations in the city that are members of the Coordinating Council.

News-Press Editorial: Careful wording could help to avoid a lawsuit

Having been under the threat of a lawsuit for the past year, the Glendale City Council this week agreed to ask voters in April if the city should switch from its long-standing at-large voting system to individual districts.

Leader Editorial: No matter the election, vote early and vote often

Voting is a habit. Getting started early is vitally important to increased civic engagement and, by extension, a better life for us all. So kudos to Burbank City Clerk Zizette Mullins, Woodbury Professor Paul Sabolic and Sabolic’s students for their efforts to get more young people to vote.

News-Press Cartoon: Holiday driving in Glendale

News-Press Cartoon: Holiday driving in Glendale

Cartoonist Bert Ring on holiday traffic in Glendale.

Read On: Yanking 'The Interview' was inevitable

Well, what a year, huh? Crazy stuff in politics, in sports, in entertainment. Really crazy in entertainment.

Julia Blythe, who has worked here as as server on-and-off for 8 years, Kim Snow, the bartender of 12 years, regular guest John Oliver, of Hollywood who has his own named plaque to mark his seat at the bar, and Eddie Driscoll, who has worked here as the karaoke DJ on-and-off for 14 years sing a Christmas song together at Dimples on West Olive Avenue in Burbank on Friday, December 19, 2014. Dimples, which opened in 1982, will be closing in mid-January for redevelopment of the property.

'America's first karaoke bar' Dimples to sing itself out

Sunshine Kriegsman came out to Dimples in Burbank Thursday night to bring her marriage “full circle.”

La Cañada High boys' basketball gets classic win over Ribet

La Canada High boys’ basketball got back to winning at its host tournament, defeating Ribet Academy, 64-43.

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