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  • Verdugo Views: Chevy Chase Canyon and its portal pillars

    Verdugo Views: Chevy Chase Canyon and its portal pillars
    When Burt Farrar bought the remote Sycamore Canyon in the early 1920s, he replaced the dirt lane that ran along the stream with a wide concrete road and called it Chevy Chase Drive. He then began developing streets and lots in the canyon, and in...
  • Police report, June 21: Man arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon

    The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. North Brand Boulevard and East Broadway A 37-year-old man was arrested June 15 on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Justin Avenue and...
  • Small Wonders: Country club pool still makes a splash

    The kids are out of school, and the world is beginning to smell like hot pavement. Morning gloom gives way to hazy blue and long summer afternoons spent in the swimming hole. It may be the pool in your backyard, or your neighbor's; maybe the community...
  • Black bear leaves trail of overturned trash cans in Glendale neighborhood

    A 300-pound black bear with a taste for Middle Eastern food may have returned to Chevy Chase Canyon for more Thursday night before being chased out, police said. Residents reported seeing the bear about 10 p.m. in the 2500 block of East Chevy Chase...
  • 'Meatball is back': Bear that was relocated in April is spotted again

    'Meatball is back': Bear that was relocated in April is spotted again
    Glendale might have two regular ursine visitors, according to a California Department of Fish and Game spokesman. Residents spotted a 300-pound black bear about 10 p.m. Thursday in the 2500 block of East Chevy Chase Drive — the same spot where a...
  • Glendale City Council rejects parcel tax for libraries

    The Glendale City Council shot down a potential tax that could generate nearly $1 million for the city’s library system after questions arose whether it was too burdensome for residents still grappling with the ongoing recession. The issue...
  • Police Report - Nov. 21

    The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. AREA 1 East Colorado Street and South Glendale Avenue Steven Zeltner, 58, was arrested Nov. 14 on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol....
  • Water rates could be divided into multiple tiers

    Water rates could be divided into multiple tiers
    The city’s water rates may soon be divided into multiple tiers based on the amount of water customers use. The change could come in the wake of a plan endorsed Tuesday by the City Council. If ultimately approved, the plan would boost revenues to...
  • Police report - Dec. 1, 2011

    The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. AREA 1 400 block of East Broadway Davit Mnatsakanyan, 20, was arrested Nov. 23 on suspicion of burglary. North Chevy Chase Drive and San Fernando Road Jaime...
  • Storm blows in work for Glendale city crews

    Storm blows in work for Glendale city crews
    It could take until Sunday for Glendale Water & Power to restore power to all 300 customers who lost it during Wednesday’s wind storm, city officials warned Friday. Crews worked around the clock to repair utility poles damaged in the storm, city...
  • Power returns to Glendale residents

    Power has been restored to nearly 300 Glendale Water and Power customers who were without it since Wednesday night's windstorm, officials said.  Power was returned to many residents late Saturday night. “There are a few customers that still have...
  • City boosts its zero-waste effort

    City boosts its zero-waste effort
    The way Glendale deals with trash faces steady change over the next 20 years as the city lays the groundwork to eventually have zero waste reaching its landfill. Some changes have already passed through City Council chambers, but others — such as a...