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  • Ballot box found strewn in Glendale street on election night, police say

    Glendale police on Tuesday night seized an open red ballot box that was found strewn on the roadway at Chevy Chase Drive, officials said. The ballot box, which was discovered about 9:20 p.m. on Chevy Chase Drive, fell off the top of a car of an inspector...
  • New look, same hopes for GCC men's golf

    New look, same hopes for GCC men's golf
    For most of the past month, the members of the Glendale Community College men's golf team have been making the practice rounds while putting up with the chilly temperatures. Virtually none of the Vaqueros have locked up a top-six spot in the starting...
  • Verdugo Views: Weston story wakes up local memories

    Verdugo Views: Weston story wakes up local memories
    Edward Weston has been the topic several times in the 10-plus years I've been writing Verdugo Views. And, each time, the Weston name gets noticed. The Jan. 12 column on Ivan Forbes' memories of living across the street from the Weston family was no...
  • Rim of the Valley would be too big

    In the Jan. 10 Glendale News-Press was an article titled “Rim of the Valley draws support.” I do not believe the supporters know the whole story. The proposed new national park covers an area two-thirds the size of Yosemite National Park....
  • Verdugo Views: Long-ago memories of a famous neighbor

    Verdugo Views: Long-ago memories of a famous neighbor
    Ivan Forbes was in the audience recently when Beth Gates Warren, author of “Artful Lives: Edward Weston, Margrethe Mather and the Bohemians of Los Angeles” spoke at the Glendale Central Library. Warren's book focuses on what she called...
  • Second dead deer found in same Glendale area, cause of death unconfirmed

    Authorities said on Tuesday they have not confirmed whether a dead deer -- the second such find in the canyons of East Glendale recently -- was killed by a mountain lion or coyote. A Glendale resident found the remains of the small deer Tuesday...
  • Small Wonders: Celebrating the exuberant life of a friend

    Small Wonders: Celebrating the exuberant life of a friend
    It's just another tragic news story until it's about someone you know. If you read the Glendale News-Press last week you saw a story about a man who closed the book on his life by jumping from the Glendale (2) Freeway overpass above Chevy Chase Drive....
  • Glendale bus rider reports masturbating motorist to police

    A Glendale Beeline bus rider on Tuesday reported seeing a motorist masturbating inside his Honda, police said. The 30-year-old rider told police she was on the bus about 2:28 p.m. when she saw the man masturbating inside his newer model, green Honda,...
  • Please, people: Pick up your trash

    I took photos of trash piled along curbs on Aug. 30. The trash had already been here for at least three weeks prior to my photos. As I write this, it is Sept. 12 and the trash is still there. In fact, more has been added. It spreads all the way from the...
  • Glendale police: Man stopped with bags of women's and girls' underwear is suspect

    Police are looking for information regarding a 30-year-old Glendale man who was allegedly in possession of more than a dozen pieces of women’s and girls’ underwear. Police detectives believe the man, Fernando Oureoles, stole underwear...
  • Thieves break into Glendale pharmacy

    Thieves broke into a Glendale pharmacy early Monday for the second time in an attempt to steal prescription drugs, police said. Officers discovered a shattered glass door about 5:18 a.m. at Adams Square Pharmacy in the 1100 block of East Chevy Chase...
  • Smaller 'quiet zone' for passing trains in Glendale unlikely

    Smaller 'quiet zone' for passing trains in Glendale unlikely
    Residents tired of honking trains called on Glendale officials to shrink a proposed “quiet zone” in the San Fernando Corridor from six railroad crossings to three this week at a community meeting about upcoming construction. “Even...