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  • Knights' duo recovered, ready for strong return

    Garrett Swart and Austin Frank will literally be central to the St. Francis High soccer team's success this season. From their position side by side in the center midfield, Swart, a senior, and Frank, a junior, are expected to form a dynamic duo capable...
  • Physician's license revoked

    The Medical Board of California revoked Glendale physician Sonia Yacobian's license to practice medicine for failing to show remorse for helping another doctor commit fraud. After pleading guilty to helping Katrin Saroukhanian evade conviction for...
  • Doctor awarded for work with disaster victims

    Dr. Evelyn Wong of Glendale Adventist Medical Center said she is just an ordinary person, but her profession has given her the opportunity to do some extraordinary things. On Nov. 5, Wong was recognized for one of those opportunities, when she helped...
  • Chivitchian 'TUF' enough for UFC

    In the spring of 1999, the sport of mixed martial arts was hardly a blip on the radar and the organization that would flourish presenting it — the Ultimate Fighting Championship — was in its darkest days, scrambling to stay afloat and...
  • Homes for the holidays

    History is a major part of the Crescenta Valley High School Prom Plus annual Holiday Tour of Homes on Saturday. Proceeds support the after-prom party in which participants have myriad activities to share with their classmates, including casino games,...
  • Visions of cheese

    Susan Chow was where she wanted to be Saturday, 10 feet up on scaffolding in a Pasadena warehouse, gluing red kidney beans onto the front of Glendale's float in the 2011 Tournament of Roses Parade. A week earlier, Chow started chemotherapy to treat...
  • Nitros lose, but get good news

    BURBANK — For the Glendale High girls' basketball team, Thursday night's 50-30 loss to Valencia in the first round of the Burroughs Tournament quickly became an afterthought. Surrounded by concerned teammates and coaches, Nitros senior Stella...
  • Plans resume to 86 chromium 6

    CITY HALL — Glendale Water & Power officials are pushing to expand a multimillion-dollar chromium 6 removal project after long-stalled state funding was freed up. The stalled grant reimbursements from the state had prompted utility officials to...
  • Making dreams come true

    Making dreams come true
    Standing on a chair in front of 200 Glendale Kiwanis members, 5-year-old Reece LoCicero's smile kept growing. First came a signed and framed poster from the U.S. Air Force Thunderbird pilots, followed by Disneyland tickets, Mickey Mouse ears and the...
  • Partnership with school means Merry Christmas

    Partnership with school means Merry Christmas
    Dozens of Glendale Memorial Hospital staff members Monday set aside their stethoscopes and medical charts to serve the community in a different capacity. Arms loaded with packages and bags, they made trip after trip to the hospital's main lobby until it...
  • Electric bill won't shock users

    CITY HALL — Just as a controversial 3.8% rate increase hits water bills, Glendale Water & Power customers will see a slight break on the electric side, utility officials announced Tuesday. Effective Jan. 1, the utility's Fuel Adjustment Charge will...
  • Chemistry experiment clicks

    Chemistry experiment clicks
    What started out as a pairing born of necessity turned out to be quite a luxury. Once Sarah Ali and Talia Moradkhanian joined forces, Crescenta Valley High girls' tennis Coach Sarah Wiggins rarely had to think twice about penciling in three wins atop...