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  • 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...
  • City OKs property price cut

    City OKs property price cut
    A lack of interest in the auction of a 30,000-square-foot city-owned property that once housed an electrical substation has prompted Glendale to slash original $600,000 asking price in half. It also led to a round of high-profile sales pitches. “...
  • Woman's club hosts authors luncheon

    Woman's club hosts authors luncheon
    A star in its Centennial year programming was the annual Authors Luncheon of the La Crescenta Woman’s Club. Held at the La CaƱada Flintridge Country Club, the Tuesday, Nov. 8 event attracted some 200 women who like to read. Authors on hand,...
  • Glendale Water & Power plans to move away from coal

    Glendale Water & Power officials plan to slowly wean the city off of coal as the utility's ability to freely tap the controversial natural resource for power expires in 2020 due to state mandates. But how much coal use can be scaled back in coming...
  • Newsmaker of the Year: Glendale bear 'Meatball' rolls over the rest

    Newsmaker of the Year: Glendale bear 'Meatball' rolls over the rest
    Perhaps it should have been a given that a black bear with a taste for Costco meatballs, that came back for seconds and thirds — despite being relocated twice — and that had no problem holding his own on live TV would become a media sensation....
  • On the Town: Recognition for exceptional women

    On the Town: Recognition for exceptional women
    For 13 years Women in Business commendations have been awarded to exceptional women from the local communities who are leaders and role models. On Friday at the Pasadena Hilton the awardees were recognized by the 21st Senate District and the 43rd and 44th...
  • Glendale auctions off land damaged by 2005 mudslides

    Glendale auctions off land damaged by 2005 mudslides
    After several failed attempts, Glendale this week was able to unload five land parcels damaged by the 2005 mudslides at an auction for the minimum bid of $700,000. The money will help recoup more than $12 million in expenses that compounded for the...
  • On the Town: Friends, fans give departing exec a sendoff

    On the Town: Friends, fans give departing exec a sendoff
    Glendale Health Kids Executive Director Camille Levee had her first send-off party with some of her Glendale fans on Sunday. Levee is departing her post for another executive director job in Payson, Arizona. The party took place at the Arcadia home of...
  • Former cop who alleged retaliation to get $450,000

    A former Glendale police officer will receive a $450,000 settlement from the city after claiming in a lawsuit that he faced retaliation for raising concerns over officials allegedly auctioning rides in the department’s helicopter to charity groups....
  • On the Town: Teeing up for benefit, to win a million bucks

    On the Town: Teeing up for benefit, to win a million bucks
    Who wouldn't want a shot at a million dollars? At the Hathaway-Sycamores “Shot-at-Million” Golf Classic on May 18, 10 lucky golfers were finalists eligible for the big money. All you had to do, once qualified, was make a hole-in-one. At the...
  • On the Town: Charity care is the goal of hospital 'fundraiser'

    On the Town: Charity care is the goal of hospital 'fundraiser'
    It was a balmy “Evening of Wine and Roses.” Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center celebrated the 25th anniversary of their annual fundraiser. On Oct. 7, more than 600 supporters walked the red carpet toward the hospital’s patio...