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  • Increased employee healthcare costs set to expand deficit

    CITY HALL — Glendale’s employee healthcare costs will increase by roughly 9% this summer, officials said Monday — bad news for a city that is bracing for a multi-million dollar budget deficit. That increase, effective June 1, will add...
  • City rejects audit commissioner's request for financial reports

    CITY HALL — City officials on Monday rejected a city audit commissioner’s request for monthly city financial reports, contending the move would go beyond the scope of his duties. Zareh Amirian — a member of the five-person Glendale...
  • Expanded Garfield campus debuts

    Expanded Garfield campus debuts
    Nine years’ worth of public campaigning, budget revisions and contract negotiations culminated this week as Glendale Community College debuted a newly expanded Garfield campus, home to its certificate and continuing education programs. The $22.8-...
  • Measure S won't raise tax rate

    Passing Measure S in the April 5th election is a vital cornerstone of support to our schools, children and teachers. I cannot think of any logical reason why the leadership of the Glendale Teachers Assn. is not supporting this issue. They seem to be the...
  • Education Matters: Clark Magnet is a snapshot of what's possible

    Editor's Note: Numerous instances of plagiarism have been discovered in Dan Kimber’s “Education Matters” column, which ran in the News- Press from September 2003 to September 2011. In those columns where plagiarism has been found, a...
  • Ron Kaye: Like it or not, change has arrived

    You are the lucky ones and you probably don’t even know it. And if you do, you probably don’t appreciate it. Hard times are here for cities across California, and they are going to get harder in the years ahead. Costa Mesa has sent pink...
  • Verdugo Mental Health says its bankrupt

    Verdugo Mental Health — an agency that provides counseling and mental health services to thousands of people in Burbank and Glendale — has filed for bankruptcy, but the facility’s leaders say a new operator will step in before a single...
  • Union leads spending in school board race

    The political action committee for the Glendale teachers union has emerged as the dominant financial player in the race for school board, spending tens of thousands of dollars in what otherwise has been a low-budget campaign cycle. The Glendale...
  • Corporate interests boost Measure S

    GLENDALE — Nearly 60% of the money raised to support passage of the $270-million school bond in the April 5 election has come from companies that have a financial stake in the measure’s passage, records show. Of the roughly $160,000 raised...
  • Descendant of Brand family in legal fight over estate

    Descendant of Brand family in legal fight over estate
    Poking out from a mountain of clutter on the dining room table in Austeene Cooper’s living room is a pair of pink candelabras accented with ornate piping. There are other similar items — framed photographs, mirrors, furniture — that...
  • Consultants suggest fee hikes to close deficit

    Financial consultants told the City Council on Tuesday that they should consider raising fees for code enforcement and some permits as they work to close a projected $18-million budget deficit for next fiscal year. Council members did not commit to any...
  • Schools advisory group tapped to manage Measure S funds

    Three former Glendale Unified school board candidates were among the nine people named Tuesday to a committee that will advise district officials on capital projects funded by the $270-million school bond measure passed in April. Todd Hunt, Vahik...