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  • Housing for artists comes one step closer

    Housing for artists comes one step closer
    An affordable housing complex for artists took a key step forward Tuesday as city leaders approved an exclusive negotiating agreement with the project's developer, but City Council members called for some tweaks to the so-called Glendale Arts Colony as it...
  • Glendale's arcade problem: A glitch in the city's game room

    Glendale's arcade problem: A glitch in the city's game room
    The storage units look like arcade graveyards. The machines are unplugged, lined up against the wall and the marquees that once flashed, inviting people to play Ms. Pacman or Galaga, now look more like gravestone inscriptions, dusty and scratched. The...
  • Crime lab to get two new robots

    Technicians at the Verdugo Regional Crime Laboratory will soon be able to work more efficiently during DNA extractions thanks to two robots the lab is going to purchase. The City Council Tuesday approved use of a DNA backlog grant from the National...
  • Library revamp to offer space for working on creative projects

    A $15 million renovation of the Central Library just got a bit more expensive. The City Council this week approved spending an extra $374,966 to add an incubator space where people can work on creative projects, and a room dedicated to the Armenian...
  • Meter bill goes to governor

    A bill introduced by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) to prevent cities from ticketing drivers who park at broken or malfunctioning meters is moving full throttle ahead, passing in the state Senate by a 36-1 vote this week, and it's now headed to...
  • Berkeley safety experts to discuss Glendale's hit-and-run incidents

    Traffic safety in Glendale apparently will get a shot in the arm from one of the state's most renowned safety research centers. UC Berkeley's transportation research center has agreed to visit Glendale again to conduct an educational workshop about...
  • Group suggests historic status for Twelve Oaks

    Group suggests historic status for Twelve Oaks
    A North Glendale homeowner's association wants the City Council to designate an assisted living facility in La Crescenta as historic without the property owner's consent, preventing its conversion into single-family homes. LAWSUIT: National Charity...
  • Owner of Glendale's Seeley building files for bankruptcy

    Owner of Glendale's Seeley building files for bankruptcy
    The owner of the historic Seeley's building, which underwent six years of renovations before opening with office lofts about six months ago, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The building, located at 1800 S. Brand Blvd., was built in...
  • Love Ride rumbles into town Sunday

    Love Ride rumbles into town Sunday
    Don't be fooled by their leather jackets and roaring motorcycles — bikers have a lot of love to give. Bikers are often portrayed in films and TV as hoodlums or troublemakers, but Oliver Shokouh, owner of Harley-Davidson of Glendale, said he wants...
  • Three arrested in alleged mail theft

    Three arrested in alleged mail theft
    Two women and a man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to stealing mail belonging to more than 100 victims from throughout Los Angeles County. Glendale police discovered the stolen mail Sunday during a search of a car and room at the Motel Sakura in the 1500...
  • Adding up the cost of health in Glendale

    Adding up the cost of health in Glendale
    One Tuesday a month, Stephen Houlemard gets a ride to the Glendale Free Clinic, located on the second floor of the First United Methodist Church of Glendale, from a friend. Houlemard, a Temple City resident, comes to the clinic to monitor the diseases...
  • Battle between attorneys settled

    The lengthy legal battle between the attorneys who won tens of millions of dollars for descendants of Armenian genocide victims has run its course. Mark Geragos and Brian Kabateck, two of the attorneys in class-action lawsuits that descendants of...