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  • Mailbag: Bicyclist appreciates council move

    I'm writing to express my thanks to the City Council for the fresh pavement and sharrows on Chevy Chase Drive. I ride the street regularly on my bicycle commute. I'm not sure how motorists will react, but the improvements certainly welcome more people...
  • Americana screens Shearer film 'Big Uneasy'

    Americana screens Shearer film 'Big Uneasy'
    The Americana at Brand is known for good shopping, good food and good living. On Aug 30, another title was added — movie premiere showcase. The Americana was selected as one of only a few venues in Los Angeles to screen, for one night only, "The Big...
  • Beeline rates set to triple

    CITY HALL — Riders of the Beeline bus service could soon see fares triple under a proposed rate increase that the City Council will consider this month. City transportation commissioners voted 4 to 1 on Wednesday to recommend that the City Council...
  • Mailbag: Sharrows aren't safe for cyclists

    I'm a bit confused over the thanks to the City Council for the bicycle sharrows on Chevy Chase Drive that seem to be placed in the middle of the street ("Bicyclist appreciates council move," Sept. 7). If Scott Peer is sincere and does in fact commute to...
  • Mailbag: Gatto can't get it all done immediately

    This good-government proponent was more than a little shocked to see your editorial, in which you essentially stated that Assemblyman Mike Gatto's pension-reform efforts had not happened soon enough ("Gatto bill is a little late," Sept. 12). Gatto has...
  • Council OKs $3.4M pipeline repair

    CITY HALL — A new $3.4-million pipeline for the city's largest reservoir was approved this week to prevent the possibility of a catastrophic water failure in up to half of the city's homes. The City Council on Tuesday approved opening the bidding...
  • Volunteers count cyclists, pedestrians

    Volunteers count cyclists, pedestrians
    GLENDALE — Shortly after 10 a.m. Saturday, a bicyclist sped through Glenoaks Boulevard and Grandview Avenue. Minutes later, two women donning workout attire jogged past the same corner. In turn, Pasadena City College student Alberto Luna made sure...
  • Congratulations

    Academy inducts three sisters into Hall of Fame Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy inducted three sisters into its Hall of Fame on Sept. 26 during the school's annual family Mass and fiesta celebration. Laura MacPherson Fredricks of the Class of 1988,...
  • Organizations: Tobinworld produces holiday show

    Tobinworld, a special-needs school in Glendale for emotionally disturbed, autistic and developmentally disabled youth, will host its Annual Holiday Show at 11 a.m. Friday at the campus, 920 E. Broadway, to celebrate the holidays with its 300 students,...
  • Police report

    The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. AREA 1 1300 block of South Glendale Avenue Eugene LaChica, 36, was arrested Nov. 30 on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine. 1100 block of East Wilson...
  • Police Report - August 10, 2011

    The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. Area 1 100 block of North Isabel Street Rudy Carrillo, 45, was arrested Aug. 5 on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Taylor Lambert,...
  • News Rack Locations

    The Glendale News-Press publishes a newspaper Tuesday to Saturday and a weekend edition with the Burbank Leader on Sunday. Below are a list of locations you can pick up a copy.   IHOP 605 North Glendale Ave. Ralph's Market 211 North Glendale Ave....