Police are seeking the public's help locating an 85-year-old Glendale man who was reported missing Wednesday.More...
Arroyo Seco leadoff batter Gabriel Chavez will play a big role in his team's success as the Saints will begin action in the West Zone Tournament on Friday. (Tim Berger/Staff Photographer)
Perhaps it’s fair to say that no squad looked more dominant and like more of a sure pick through the first two games of the just-concluded Palomino Pasadena Super Regional Tournament than did the Arroyo Seco 19-and-under baseball team.More...
Crescenta Valley High alumna Ella Stepanian is looking to help lead the Glendale women¿s basketball team to a title at the sixth annual Pan-Armenian Games. (Roger Wilson/Staff Photographer)
With her, it might have won the Pan-Armenian Games.More...
Crime Report: Unexpected tax refund check result of identity theft; Pair of cars at La Cañada Crest burglarized
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The cooperative preschool at Caltech operated by the Child Educational Center, which was previously open only to families with Caltech or JPL affiliations, announced this week it is opening its enrollment to all families.More...
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is seeking information regarding a July 21 burglary at Palm Crest Elementary School, in which suspects smashed six classroom windows and stole 39 iPad tablets, estimated at $19,500, from one of the rooms.More...
People¿s Republic of China President Li Xiannian requested and was given a tour of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory on July 29, 1985. While there he, his wife, Mme. Lin Jiamei and Vice Premier Li Peng viewed the spacecraft Galileo, then still under construction.More...
It should come as no surprise to you by now, that helping your kids develop better focusing skills is a combination of planning and flexibility. Hopefully, you and your family have developed some good study skills early on, but even if you haven't, it's not too late to improve your situation.More...
I’m not a fan of Balboa Island. Too many people! Too many BMWs! And frankly, I don’t find the spirituality of sea, earth and sky there. Too many boutiques, cheap T-shirt vendors and electric cars! I am more inclined to love the Central Coast of California, north into the redwoods, and on into the Southern Oregon coast, and then north as far as Yachats. Regardless, I’m drawn to the sea. Its unfathomable nature is compelling, mysterious and wild. When there, I rarely have a thought that isn’t about the sea. I hardly call the environs of Balboa Island the sea.
Bravo zulu to LCF City Councilwoman Terry Walker for her letter to the editor against the 710 tunnel extension that ran in last Thursday’s Valley Sun.
Twelve years ago, Zareh Avedian set the bar for himself and the Glendale men’s basketball team that represented the Homenetmen Ararat Chapter in the Pan-Armenian Games.
After what was arguably the greatest season in area history, there’s not much call to change the path that led to prominence.
A survey created by the Crescenta Valley Town Council, and posted on its website this week, asks residents whether they feel heard by Glendale Unified school officials, and if they would support separating from Glendale Unified to establish a new, smaller district encompassing the Crescenta Valley.
Good morning, 818! Today is Thursday, July 30, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 90 and a low of 72 with a 20% chance of thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service.
SAN BERNARDINO — The Burbank Major All-Stars had plenty of fight left in them.
An ordinance to speed up the application process for installing rooftop solar panels on residential homes won early support from the Glendale City Council on Tuesday.
Several Jarvis Avenue neighbors of the family of the late Army Staff Sgt. Scott Studenmund turned out for the Planning Commission meeting Tuesday night to support his mother Jaynie’s variance request to build a 25-foot flagpole in his honor on their property.
Lately, patrons dining outside of Montrose Bakery & Café have been getting their orders with a side of grit.