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  • Verdugo Woodlands hosts blood drive

    There is no denying that hearts of all kinds take the lead in February, so families of Verdugo Woodlands Elementary will surely want to take part in the third annual Red Cross Blood Drive on Feb. 12 at the Dads Club, 1728 Caņada Blvd. Janet Lazier,...
  • 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: The Cabrini Guild celebrates Fat Tuesday

    On the Town: The Cabrini Guild celebrates Fat Tuesday
    It was Mardi Gras at Cabrini over the weekend. On Saturday, Cabrini Literary Guild members adorned the Oakmont Country Club with Mardi Gras paraphernalia from feathered eye masks and long beaded necklaces to Harlequin figures. A New Orleans-type jazz band...
  • Teri Hatcher heads up celebrity auction, yard sale at Americana at Brand

    Ever wanted to own something that previously belonged to a celebrity? Teri Hatcher’s celebrity yard sale and auction on Saturday offers up that chance.  Hatcher is to preside over the sale of new and used items from stars includng Ellen DeGeneres,...
  • On the Town: Derby-themed event benefits GAR, YWCA's 16th bash

    On the Town: Derby-themed event benefits GAR, YWCA's 16th bash
    Orb won the Kentucky Derby after coming from 17th place on Saturday. It was a gloomy day in Churchill Downs but a bright, sunny day in Burbank. That's where the Glendale Association for the Retarded celebrated its 22nd annual Derby Day with the use of a...
  • 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...
  • Change to bond process going to voters

    Glendale could join the growing list of government agencies that conduct direct negotiations with bond issuers if voters approve Measure C on the April ballot. Supporters of the change say allowing for negotiated bonds — rather than only permitting...
  • Toasting to success

    Toasting to success
    A gala fundraiser for Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center's Chest Pain Center was topped off with a surprise announcement on Sunday that the program would receive accreditation as the first of its kind in Los Angeles County. The 23rd annual...
  • Auction helps defray medical bills

    MONTROSE — As Natalia LoCicero distributed items Monday to winners who bought them at a weekend silent auction, she broke into tears. She's had a few days to decompress from a Saturday fundraiser for her 4-year-old son Reece. But the idea that...
  • Organizations: Boy Scouts celebrate 100 years at breakfast

    Boy Scouts of America, Verdugo Hills Council recently celebrated 100 years of service with a Centennial Breakfast Celebration at Scholl Canyon Estates Retirement Community. Boy Scouts ranging from ages 12 to 88 were represented and cheered as they...
  • Raising funds for charity with art and books

    Raising funds for charity with art and books
    The gals of the Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation Women's Council did themselves proud as they rolled out the red carpet for dozens of supporters on a moonlit evening. Women's Council Chairwoman and Event Chairwoman Suzonne Slaughter welcomed members...
  • Prizes and fashions make up the magic

    Prizes and fashions make up the magic
    "Autumn Magic" were the appropriate words to describe this year's Scholarship and Fashion Luncheon of the Patrons Club of Glendale Community College. Indeed, magic was woven into each activity in the plush Verdugo Ballroom of Burbank's Castaway on Friday....