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  • Eagle Rock gets more time to give input about landfill plans

    Eagle Rock gets more time to give input about landfill plans
    Eagle Rock residents near the access road for the Scholl Canyon Landfill, who felt they had been kept out of the loop regarding a possible expansion of the facility, will now have until July 31 to give their input on a draft environmental impact report....
  • Camp Rosie expands outreach to boys

    Camp Rosie expands outreach to boys
    A long-running camp hosted by Glendale’s Commission on the Status of Women that historically targeted teen girls is now subtly advertising to boys, too. The latest city announcement about Camp Rosie, which is accepting applications for two weeklong...
  • 'Party central' house issued police warning

    'Party central' house issued police warning
    A Glendale house that inspired the City Council to adopt a series of increasing fines following multiple police responses to loud music or other nuisances has become the first property to trigger the new ordinance. The house at 1315 Norton Ave. made...
  • Fire-damaged building in downtown Glendale demolished

    Fire-damaged building in downtown Glendale demolished
    A downtown Glendale building damaged in a fire in May 2013 was recently demolished, prompting the owners of the restaurant and retail stores that once called the two-story site their home to make differing choices about their businesses’ future....
  • Income slips at Alex Theatre

    Income slips at Alex Theatre
    The Alex Theatre ended the third quarter with a 16% drop in income to $235,545 compared to the same quarter a year ago, with venue operators attributing the decline to closures associated with the theater’s 6,600-square-foot expansion, according...
  • City of Glendale seeks to build batting cages

    City of Glendale seeks to build batting cages
    City officials took a step Monday afternoon toward building a new six-bay batting cage at the Glendale Sports Complex Monday as the Parks, Recreation & Community Services Commission OK’d the search for a concessionaire for the new recreational...
  • Glendale City Council approves $415K power plant fix

    Glendale City Council approves $415K power plant fix
    One of the three units at Grayson Power Plant that burns landfill gas from Scholl Canyon into energy used by Glendale Water & Power customers has been in a constant state of disrepair since a part broke in May, and as a result, the City Council this...
  • Ratings scandal involves Glendale radio station

    A Glendale-based, Spanish-language radio station affiliated with Univision Communications is at the center of a ratings scandal that has prompted a Nielsen Media Research investigation. And an executive at KSCA-FM, 101.9, has been fired for trying to...
  • Men's self-defense class debuts

    Men's self-defense class debuts
    When Benjamin Roberts got into a fight at school, he was caught off-guard.  "I was cornered," said the 21-year-old, who attended Glendale's first free self-defense class for boys and men on Wednesday night so he would know what to do if some one tried...
  • Glendale's new building official ready to hit the ground running

    Glendale's new building official ready to hit the ground running
    Jan Edwards, Glendale's new Building Official, has many challenges ahead, such as handling the city's apartment development boom with a leaner staff. However, with 25 years of building-and-safety experience under her belt, she is up to the task....
  • Proposed water-rate hikes in Glendale create some heat

    While Glendale Water & Power officials tried Thursday evening to convince customers that the same mistakes that bungled multiple years of water rate increases and prompted a proposal for four more years of hikes won't be repeated, many said they've lost...
  • Weaver settles, writes letter of apology over alleged groping incident

    Councilman Dave Weaver has agreed to give $2,000 and a letter of apology to a woman who accused him of groping her at a Mexican restaurant last year. The woman, Lolita Gonzalves, went public with her allegations in April, prompting Weaver’s...