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  • 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...
  • Mudslide properties up for auction

    In order to recoup million of dollars in litigation expenses connected to the 2005 mudslides that damaged several homes in Northeast Glendale, officials plan to auction off two city-owned properties this month. Glendale acquired several hillside...
  • Breast cancer services get Soroptomists' aid

    Breast cancer services get Soroptomists' aid
    More than 750 women and girls in our community are the recipients of tens of thousands of dollars from Soroptimist International of Glendale. Every year, the mighty Soroptimists give to local charities and hospitals. On Thursday (June 21) funds were...
  • 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 Cañada Flintridge Country Club, the Tuesday, Nov. 8 event attracted some 200 women who like to read. Authors on hand,...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Glendale Rose Float Assn. has had enough

    This is a letter to explain why the Glendale Rose Float Assn. has elected to disband. We were formed in 1978, after Proposition 13, with the intention of voluntarily raising funds to help offset the cost to the city of Glendale’s float in the...
  • 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 Cañada Blvd. Janet Lazier,...
  • District equipment to be auctioned off

    GLENDALE — School district officials aren't calling it a fire sale, but the Board of Education on Tuesday voted to auction off used exercise equipment. Any revenue will go directly into the general fund, where officials project an $18.5-million...
  • On The Town: Toasting chamber's 100th birthday

    The "Celebration of the Century" was held Thursday on the Americana's Green. More than 320 supporters partied in black ties and gowns from twilight to midnight under a clear sky of sparkling stars in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Chamber of...