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  • Nordstrom opens at Americana at Brand

    Nordstrom opens at Americana at Brand
    One of Glendale’s original shopping attractions rolls out its fresh digs Friday, as high-end retailer Nordstrom unveils its new location in the Americana at Brand. At 10 a.m. the store will open its doors after about 15 months of construction,...
  • Jobless rate falls in Burbank, Glendale

    Jobless rate falls in Burbank, Glendale
    Jobless rates in Burbank and Glendale didn’t follow the statewide trend last month, falling despite an overall increase in the unemployment rate in California, according to figures released Friday. The unemployment rate in Glendale fell to 8.9%...
  • Outdoor smoking rules tighten in Glendale

    The city of Glendale is a step closer to requiring businesses, hotels, car dealerships, shopping malls and multi-unit housing complexes to buy a $198 license, and pay a $50 annual fee to renew it, to have outdoor smoking areas. Earlier this year, the...
  • Mayor Dave Weaver's letter states regret about "Comfort Women" memorial

    Mayor Dave Weaver's letter states regret about "Comfort Women" memorial
    Glendale Mayor Dave Weaver expressed regret to a Japanese counterpart for the City Council's decision to place a memorial to sex slaves taken by the Japanese Imperial Army in World War II in a public park — a vote in which he was the lone dissenter....
  • Glendale finds a way to pay for Laemmle Lofts project

    The city of Glendale may have found a way to resolve a development quandary left by the dissolution of its redevelopment agency. Resolving that quandary will allow the mixed-use Laemmle Lofts development to move forward, city officials said. The project...
  • Glendale reviews its public art deal

    A program that brought art to vacant storefronts in downtown Glendale may be expanded to other areas in the city — and it may get a new operator. The program began in 2010 as a way to brighten the empty windows that multiplied as the recession...
  • Free flu shots draw a crowd at Glendale Health Fair

    Free flu shots draw a crowd at Glendale Health Fair
    The fourth annual Glendale Health Fair packed the Glendale Civic Auditorium on Saturday, as more than 1,000 attendees came to take advantage of free health services. Throughout the auditorium, free screenings for cholesterol, blood pressure, dental...
  • Glendale Memorial Hospital's Health Foundation receives $1M donation

    Glendale Memorial Hospital’s Health Foundation received a $1 million donation this week. The donation from the Burton R. Payne and Dolores K. Payne Trust will go toward improving Glendale Memorial’s cancer treatment facilities, said Jack...
  • Rocker Peter Murphy's DUI case gets new hearing

    Rocker Peter Murphy's DUI case gets new hearing
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge on Friday continued a hearing for Bauhaus lead singer Peter Murphy, who is accused of rear-ending a vehicle and fleeing to Los Angeles, where an eyewitness blocked him until police arrived. His attorney,...
  • Tentative approval given for six-story project in Glendale

    Tentative approval given for six-story project in Glendale
    The corner of Central and Wilson avenues could be getting another mixed-use development — with a drug store — as the city issued initial approval for a six-story apartment-and-retail project for the southwest corner of the intersection. The...
  • Audit finds irregular building permit rates charged in Glendale

    Building permit employees may be charging customers different rates for similar projects, an internal city audit has found. The 11-page report, released to the Audit Commission Monday, outlines a variety of problems, including the inequitable fee system....
  • Gatto's Prop 65 reform bill likely to be law

    Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s bill reforming Proposition 65 looks likely to become law, and no one is happier than the business owner whose suggestion spurred the legislation. AB 227, which passed the Assembly state Senate with unanimous votes, modifies...