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  • Carroll leaves mark on Golden Knights, league

    Carroll leaves mark on Golden Knights, league
    GLENDALE — With a league that boasts the likes of Gardena Serra, which won the CIF Southern Section Western Division title and was a state finalist, and Chaminade, which advanced to the division's semifinal round, among its hierarchy, receiving...
  • Driver pleads not guilty

    GLENDALE — A 28-year-old Glendale man pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he struck and killed a 61-year-old prominent Glendale doctor who was walking to a patient's home on a house call, officials said. Prosecutors charged Edmond...
  • Demanding excellence, producing results

    Demanding excellence, producing results
    Poverty, broken families and rough neighborhoods litter the paths of Dr. Emil Bogenmann's students, making higher education seem like a hazy dream. But five years after launching the Latino & African-American High School Program, or LA-HIP — a...
  • Boos meet MTBE facility

    NORTH GLENDALE — A group of residents took Crescenta Valley Water District officials to task Tuesday for not alerting them earlier about a large water treatment facility originally slated to begin construction in their neighborhood next month....
  • FBI raid nets 15 accused in $100M Medicare case

    Fifteen people in Glendale and Burbank were arrested early Wednesday in connection with a major healthcare fraud scheme — most of who were accused of being associated with a crime enterprise that submitted more than $100 million in bogus claims to...
  • I'm Just Sayin': Board in hot water after pay increase

    Just before Christmas, the Crescenta Valley Water District Board of Directors voted to give a 1% pay increase to the district's top seven managers, which follows an earlier 1% increase for the rank-and-file employees. You may recall that in November this...
  • Gigantic feat for former Vaquero

    GLENDALE — Editor's Note: The following is a recap of the 2010 local sports scene from the summer and fall seasons. The second half of 2010 brought numerous headlines, ranging from a former Glendale Community College baseball standout helping the...
  • Not so fast, aspiring nurses

    Armine Khudanyan left college in 2009 ready for a career in nursing. But despite hearing for years about a nursing shortage, what she and her fellow Cal State Los Angeles nursing graduates found was a bunch of closed doors. "In my graduating class...
  • Mailbag: Gun opponent left out 'of the people'

    I would like to correct Robert Morrison's version of the 2nd Amendment, which he seems to have conveniently misquoted to suit his opinion ("Argument against household guns," July 8). The actual version reads: "A well regulated militia, being necessary...
  • 74-year-old faces life in prison for stabbing doctor

    PASADENA — A 74-year-old man could be sentenced to life in prison for stabbing a cardiologist several times in November 2006 at his Glendale office, court officials said Monday. Jurors deliberated for less than a day to decide that Mike Du Trieu...
  • Lionheart looks to keep moving forward

    SOUTHWEST GLENDALE — Just a day prior to weigh-ins for his next bout, Art Hovhannesyan zips up a sauna suit and takes off on a treadmill at the Glendale Fighting Club. Perhaps symbolically, he faces a broad and clear window as he runs in place...
  • Lions Club supports students' goals

    School graduation time is always fun, and it is so inspirational to watch and hear the graduating students talk about their goals. The Crescenta-CaƱada Lions Club for years has given scholarships to help them continue their education. This year, the...