2014 Midget Champs. La Cañada Gladiators. (Courtesy of Kevin Lacey)

Youth Roundup: La Cañada Gladiators win two conference titles

For the first time in the 48-year history of the La Canada Gladiators, two teams brought home conference championships.

Flintridge Prep girls, boys lead way to Fresno

Flintridge Prep girls, boys lead way to Fresno

Perhaps it’s an already all-too familiar narrative, but history is on the line once again for the city of La Cañada Flintridge’s three surviving cross-country schools at Saturday’s CIF State Championships at Fresno’s Woodward Park.

Resting on a platform at the airport hangar where the Burbank-Glendale police departments house their fleet helicopters is a brand new MD520N helicopter in Sunland on Tuesday, November 25, 2014. The new helicopter, which costs over $2 million, was recently flown to the facility from Mesa, AZ and has fewer than 20 hours of fight time. It is being equipped, and FAA approvals before it is ready for use by the police departments.

Upgraded helicopter has Burbank, Glendale police flying high

Arriving from Arizona, Glendale and Burbank police last week flew in their new shared helicopter, which is equipped with updated features for more efficient and effective police work, officials said.

New ad campaign takes flight at Burbank Bob Hope Airport

Burbank Bob Hope Airport officials are following a marketing playbook that they hope will help raise awareness of the airport by targeting college sports fans throughout the country with bowl season around the corner.

Buffalo Wild Wings, L.A. Fitness eye Glendale Marketplace

L.A. Fitness and a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant will be setting up shop in the Glendale Marketplace, which has seen several businesses close. However, their grand openings likely won’t happen until the end of next year.

Burroughs High gets new principal

Deborah Madrigal will take the helm of John Burroughs High School in December, Burbank educators announced this past Thursday during a meeting of the Burbank Unified school board.

Homework talk sparks 'spirited debate'

Guidelines that suggest how long students should spend on homework were reviewed by the Burbank Unified school board last week during a meeting that had a teacher and former student speak out against them.

Drop-off boxes at Broadway post office to be relocated

Two drive-thru drop-off mailboxes in the alley behind the Broadway branch of the U.S. Postal Service will be relocated for three months due to a construction project.

An ice rink behind Burbank City Hall on Friday, November 22, 2013. The ice rink will return to Burbank this year, in the parking lot behind Burbank City Hall, on the corner of Third Street and Orange Grove Avenue.

Rink to reopen for season

Pull those Christmas sweaters out of the closet — and some leg warmers, while you’re at it. A temporary skating rink will return to downtown Burbank on Friday with a schedule of special events that includes Ugly Sweater Mondays and ’80s Night Wednesdays.

The YMCA Foothills Crescenta-Cañada location hosted its first "Youth in Business Entrepreneuers' Day" workshop this past weekend. Over the course of two days, teens from the area came up with business ideas and pitched them to fellow participants and members with the Pasadena Angels. Members from the investing organization coached the students on creating profitable businesses and how to sell them.

Youngsters learn about business world

From brainstorming ideas to targeting consumers, youth tapped into their business skills for a two-day “Youth in Business Entrepreneurs’ Day” this past weekend.