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  • Read On: A less expensive branding campaign

    Read On: A less expensive branding campaign
    Let’s go back for a moment to November 2011. The city of Glendale had just announced a new marketing/branding campaign designed to spruce up the city’s bland ’n boring image for good. It had committed $1 million to this task and entrusted it to North Star Destination Strategies of Nashville, Tenn., because who knows Glendale better than the Deep South?
  • Montrose SAR joins search for missing Arcadia firefighter in Los Padres National Forest

    Montrose SAR joins search for missing Arcadia firefighter in Los Padres National Forest
    Four rescuers from Montrose Search and Rescue team have joined the search in Los Padres National Forest for a missing firefighter and his dog, sheriff's officials confirmed on Thursday. Local experts are joining others from the U.S. Immigration and...

    Crescenta Valley emergency response times up since 2010, report shows

    Crescenta Valley emergency  response times up since 2010, report shows
    It took Crescenta Valley Station deputies an average of 10 minutes to respond to 911 calls in 2013, according to a county report aimed at increasing the numbers of people in uniform. The statistic is a marked increase from 2010, when it took 7.6 minutes...

    Rain not enough to prevent wildfires in Glendale area

    Rain not enough to prevent wildfires in Glendale area
    The unusual summer rain that dampened Glendale earlier this week will do little to quench parched hillside brush that continues to pose a high fire risk, officials said. For all the gloom and humidity, the light rainfall was simply too little too late...

    U.S. Forest Service turns to nonprofits for help restoring 2009 Station fire damage

    U.S. Forest Service turns to nonprofits for help restoring 2009 Station fire damage
    With across-the-board federal spending cuts constricting an already tight budget, officials in charge of restoring thousands of acres in the Angeles National Forest left damaged by the 2009 Station fire are turning to nonprofits for help. Although the U....