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Animal control officials on Monday sought to ease concerns among Glendale residents unnerved by the prevalence of coyotes in their neighborhoods, saying the canines do play an important role in the local ecosystem and pose little threat to humans. At the...
What started out as an effort to gradually downsize large business signs may end up shrinking those golden arches, along with other hallmarks of fast food chains across Glendale. After tabling the matter in October, the Glendale City Council this week...
Comes as no surprise that Glendale ranks lowest in senior pedestrian safety ("City gets another poor pedestrian safety score," Jan. 8). I know — in addition to being a driver, since moving to Glendale, I have increased walking to my appointments...
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Some people volunteer in hospitals or libraries, but others babysit escape artist orangutans and dig worms for hungry foxes. The Los Angeles Zoo enlists 800 volunteers from high school teens to retirees throughout the Los Angeles area, many of whom live...
Thousands of Cub and Boy Scouts learned practical skills while having fun at this weekend's Centennial Council Jamboree at Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas. The event was a joint effort between the San Gabriel Valley and Verdugo Hills councils...
A review of 12,000 papers on climate change in the May 15 issue of "Environmental Research Letters," found that 97 percent of scientists attribute climate change to human activities. Although we're unlikely to reverse climate change, we can mitigate its...
Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council is looking for volunteers to monitor lakes of all sizes throughout Emmet, Charlevoix, Cheboygan and Antrim counties for the Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program. A free training will be offered from 10 a.m.-noon Friday,...
The harlequin ladybird was once a stalwart ally of greenhouse growers around the world. Native to Japan, Korea and other parts of eastern Asia, the bright red ladybugs were prized for their aphid-eating abilities — until they caused serious declines...
As a resident of Huntington Street, I live with the smoke and soot caused by the incessant daily beach fires. It's horrible; the air quality is being adversely affected. My window sills are black with the soot from the fires. My screens are black, my...
WEST UNION, Ohio - The Edge of Appalachia Preserve may be Ohio's greatest natural treasure. The 16,000-acre private preserve in southern Ohio is known for its beauty, its wildness and its biodiversity. The preserve stretches 12 miles north from the Ohio...
Tags: Ohio River, Wildflowers, Science, Museums, Arts and Culture
Even the most jaded observer must acknowledge there's something admirable about the desire of so many living on Smith Island to see their community survive and prosper. Residents of this marshy (and shrinking in both population and real estate)...
“The Third Industrial Revolution” has a much-needed educative value in equipping us to survive in a world of climate change. This book is a “must read” for those wanting to understand climate change, climate maintenance and their...
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