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  • Unclassified Info: Turning against the tyranny of the meters

    According to a recent Gallup and Healthways poll, anger in Glendale is on the rise and comparable to residents in Pittsburg. That fact rather astounded me, considering that when compared to Pittsburg, we live in the land of milk and honey. Granted, due...
  • Burglars hit nearly a dozen vehicles in Montrose

    MONTROSE — Police are searching for burglars who targeted 11 vehicles in Montrose this week who may live nearby. Residents on Monday reported that their vehicles were burglarized sometime late Sunday or early Saturday. Some windows were smashed,...
  • Man arrested for alleged robbery attempt at gas station

    A 25-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested today after he allegedly tried to rob a gas station customer of his credit card, sheriff’s deputies said. Jose Hernandez was taken into custody about 1:40 a.m. in the 3000 block of Community Avenue,...
  • Council to ponder pot dispensary ban

    Council to ponder pot dispensary ban
    CITY HALL — The City Council today will consider permanently banning marijuana dispensaries in Glendale after spending nearly two years vetting their legal standing to do so. Medical marijuana dispensaries are prohibited under the city's zoning...
  • Pot shop ban is a step closer

    After a nearly two-year moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits, the City Council on Tuesday moved toward enacting a permanent ban of the shops. Glendale has no dispensaries, which are not allowed under the city's zoning codes,...
  • Airport is 'a good steward of public funds'

    In the June 4 print versions of the Burbank Leader and Glendale News-Press, the sub-headline said Fitch “questioned” the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority’s proposed use of bonds for the transportation center (“Airport...
  • Donation is slated to buy crime-fighting tools

    Donation is slated to buy crime-fighting tools
    GLENDALE — Police soon will be equipped with new crime-fighting tools that will allow patrol officers to identify stolen credit cards on the spot, analyze audio-visual evidence and maneuver better in confined spaces. Grants from the Glendale Police...
  • Bob Hope gets credit rating warning

    Bob Hope gets credit rating warning
    Bob Hope Airport received a warning this week that its credit rating is likely to suffer if it issues bonds to cover most of the construction costs for its proposed $120-million transit center. On Tuesday, Fitch Ratings put out a “negative watch&...
  • Ron Kaye: Depending on the kindness of strangers

    In the cynicism of our “Hollywood” mentality, we see all too often that what matters most is who you know, not what you know and who you are. But in the moment-to-moment engagements of our daily lives, it sometimes matters more how we treat...
  • Brown vetoes bill impacting future Walmarts, extends film tax credits

    Brown vetoes bill impacting future Walmarts, extends film tax credits
    Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have hindered the construction of Wal-Mart Supercenters and other big-box stores by requiring cities and counties to prepare economic-impact reports first. He said SB 469, by Sen. Juan Vargas (D-San Diego), would...
  • Fred Sheldon Dultz

      Fred Sheldon Dultz Lt. Col, United States Army Reserve, retired, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at his home with family by his side. Born January 30, 1918 in Illinois to Sam and Sara Dultz, he relocated to the Los Angeles area...
  • Political Landscape: Brown sifting through last-minute bills

    Gov. Jerry Brown is currently going through a massive number of bills that were approved by the Legislature at the last minute before lawmakers went into recess until January. One bill awaiting Brown’s signature would require the California...