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  • Glendale PTA: Hoover, Toll and Keppel to host block party

    Hoover High School, Toll Middle School and Keppel Elementary will host their annual block party celebrating the arts from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 5. There will be great food, fun activities for the kids, amazing art and great music including...
  • Glendale prepares to sell vintage arcade machines

    Glendale prepares to sell vintage arcade machines
    Turns out the state law that forced Glendale to hold onto dozens of vintage arcade machines doesn't apply to the games at all, paving the way for an upcoming auction of the machines last valued at a total of roughly $100,000. More than 50 games, which...
  • Montrose car collector part of movement fueling rapidly rising value of Japanese classics

    Montrose car collector part of movement fueling rapidly rising value of Japanese classics
    Eight years ago, Terry Yamaguchi paid $5,000 for a bright orange 1973 Datsun 240Z. A couple of years later, she sold the car for a little more than she paid for it. If only she had kept it. "Now, that car is worth $20,000," the vintage car collector...
  • City auctions off substation

    City auctions off substation
    Yellow flash cards, a gavel, competing bids — the scene in City Council chambers transformed into an auction house Tuesday night as officials sold off a utility substation that Glendale Water & Power has been trying to get off its books for months....
  • Alliance provides youth with jobs

    What if you were selected to attend all eight colleges you applied for, yet at the same time, you have been homeless for two years? That’s the dilemma that was faced by 20-year-old Angela Sanchez. Now, ready to begin her third year at UCLA in the...
  • Damaged homes attract no bids

    CITY HALL — Officials are evaluating options for several damaged hillside properties currently owned by the city after attempts to auction two of them off last week were unsuccessful. The city acquired five hillside properties as a result of a...
  • Utility throws switch on unused property

    In a rare move, Glendale Water & Power has put a piece of property that housed an unused electrical substation up for sale. The 30,000-square-foot property bordered by homes at 3445 Altura Avenue in the northern part of the city was put on the auction...
  • Path Achieve announces its new name

    Path Achieve announces its new name
    Glendale’s Path Achieve celebrated its fifth anniversary in style. Its gala celebration, “Breaking News,” was held on Saturday (Sept. 10) at the ABC7 Broadcast Center in Glendale. More than 400 supporters dipped into appetizers and...
  • On the Town: Starting the travel season, doing it in style

    On the Town: Starting the travel season, doing it in style
    No organization knows how to party like the La Crescenta Woman's Club, especially after some lady-like mimosas. After 101 years, the group is still going strong and has no trouble attracting new members. At its circa 1927 clubhouse, its annual Fashion...
  • On the Town: Marilyn Monroe sings for hospital CEO

    On the Town: Marilyn Monroe sings for hospital CEO
    Marilyn Monroe look-alike Ruth McNevin kicked off the Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation luncheon by singing “Happy Birthday” to Chief Executive Len LaBella. The bit was reminiscent of the real Marilyn singing “Happy Birthday, Mr....
  • Citing loss of control, longtime Rose Parade collaborators call it quits

    Citing loss of control, longtime Rose Parade collaborators call it quits
    After getting battered by animal activists and knocked by the City Council for not raising enough money to pay for this year’s Tournament of Roses Parade float, the Glendale Rose Float Assn. is calling it quits. After 33 years, the group has...
  • GCC's Patrons Club keeps busy

    GCC's Patrons Club keeps busy
    The Asian chicken salad was temporarily off the menu at Burbank’s Castaway Restaurant on Thursday (Jan. 19). That was because more than 50 members and their guests of the Patrons Club of Glendale Community College enjoyed the restaurant’s...