<p>Flintridge Prep fell on Friday against Brentwood.</p>

Flintridge Prep football thrown for loss by Brentwood

BRENTWOOD — It seems the Brentwood High football team’s passing attack was too much for Flintridge Prep on Friday afternoon.

Sports Roundup: Glendale college women's cross-country perfect in Santa Barbara


Sholinian comes up short at RFA 31 against Velickovic

Fighting on his biggest stage against his most formidable opponent yet, Vardan “The Barbarian” Sholinian showcased the toughness and grappling that has made him a burgeoning mixed martial arts prospect.

<p>City of Burbank passport agent Megan Anghel, left, administers an oath to Burbank resident Anna Krestyn, right, during the passport application process at the new passport application facility inside City Hall in Burbank on Thursday, October 8, 2015. The oath verifies that everything in the application is true. The passport application facility opened Oct. 1 and is within the city clerk's office.&nbsp;</p>

Burbank offering passport-processing services

Burbank resident Peter Yano got a heck of a deal on a trip to a resort in Cabo San Lucas — around $500 for an all-inclusive seven-day stay, including $225 airfare — but his passport was set to expire in less than six months, which could present problems when traveling.

<p>This Aug. 2009 photo shows the artificial lawn of David Wood, a Montrose resident&nbsp;who&nbsp;spent thousands of dollars to install the fake grass&nbsp;in his front yard.</p>

Glendale to examine artificial turf issue

The question of permitting and regulating artificial turf on residential front lawns will be taken up by the City Council on Tuesday.

<p>A&nbsp;BurbankBus arrives on Empire Avenue at Buena Vista Avenue in this 2012 file photo.</p>

BurbankBus 'NoHo to BoHo' route gains riders

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.

<p>Former Luther Burbank Middle School teacher and National Teacher of the Year Rebecca Mielwocki shows some of the $5,000 worth of books she donated through Scholastic to her former school in Burbank on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015.</p>

Leader Editorial: A generous gift of books will enrich students

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.

<p>The "Kenneth Village People", a name the group just came up with and giggled about, includes, from left, Chris Cragnotti, Pilar Molina, Jackie Bartlow, Cliff Claycomb, Tonya Lariviere, Jerri Cragnotti, and Kandice Astamendi. The group stands in front a clock on Kenneth Road in the Kenneth Village area of Glendale on Friday, October 9, 2015. The group is using a "Go Fund Me" site to raise money to restore and repair historic features in the village, including the clock, a banner, street lights and the village's website.</p>

Resident launches fundraising campaign to give Kenneth Village a makeover

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.

Foundations plans Twelve Oaks party

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.

<p>Pat Anderson, president and chief executive of the La Canada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce, with the Miss La Ca&ntilde;ada Flintridge Court of Megan Reilly, Ashley Morrison, Elizabeth Bromley, Sarah Kurdoghlian, and Charis Gee, all 17 years old and students at La Ca&ntilde;ada High School outside the Chamber office on Monday, October 5, 2015.</p>

Applications open for Miss La Cañada Flintridge 2016

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.