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  • Achievements of Armenians

    The scientific and technical accomplishments of the Armenians are impressive, given the fact that Armenians have not had a free country to call their own until 1991. In the United States, Armenians-Americans made important contributions in medicine and...
  • Community: Dressing children well to do well

    Community: Dressing children well to do well
    Assistance League of Glendale members provide school clothing for students of low-income families with the philosophy that they do better academically and socially if they are dressed as well as their peers. The women's philanthropic organization began...
  • Verdugo Views: The story of a much-loved old house

    Verdugo Views: The story of a much-loved old house
    The old house at 540 West Broadway has sheltered many people during its long life — first as a private home, then as a boarding house and now as Wellness Works, which provides a safe haven for veterans through a program called ‘Welcome Home...
  • A carnival of characters, each with a story to tell

    A carnival of characters, each with a story to tell
    There are painted warriors and hitmen, tattooed tough guys and brawling body builders. Some are fat, some are skinny, some are chiseled and even more are somewhere in between. Super heroes and villains, dastardly heels and bravado-brimming babyfaces,...
  • Cadettes earn Scouts Silver Award

    Cadettes earn Scouts Silver Award
    Cadette Girl Scout Troop 9361 formed a musical performance group to earn its Silver Award. The Concerto Cadettes will perform at community centers including children's hospitals, senior homes and homeless shelters. The Silver Award is the highest award...
  • Crescenta Valley stakeholders discuss preventing teen drug use

    Illegal drug and alcohol use among youth in the greater Glendale area — and the question of how to effectively combat it — drew dozens of local community leaders and health professionals to Verdugo Hills Hospital Friday where they exchanged...
  • Local hospitals get low patient safety scores

    Local hospitals get low patient safety scores
    Only one area hospital received a grade higher than a C on a recent national report card that evaluated patient safety — rankings that administrators say could be flawed because they were based on outdated information, some of which was four years...
  • Michael Jackson fans mark third anniversary of his death at Forest Lawn in Glendale

    Michael Jackson fans mark third anniversary of his death at Forest Lawn in Glendale
    Hundreds of loyal Michael Jackson fans are expected to mark the third anniversary of the pop icon’s death today at his final resting place in Glendale, including, apparently, his brother. In a message posted to his Twitter account, Randy Jackson...
  • Fans from around the globe remember Michael Jackson

    Fans from around the world sent a deluge of flowers Monday to commemorate pop icon Michael Jackson on the third anniversary of his death. Nearly 11,000 long-stem roses hugged the Great Mausoleum at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale where Jackson is...
  • Michael Jackson: Conrad Murray wishes he'd testified, lawyer says

    On the third anniversary Monday of Michael Jackson'sdeath, Dr. Conrad Murray -- who is serving four years in jail for his role in the singer's death -- wishes he had testified during his trial, his appeals attorney said. Jackson's personal physician...
  • Unclassified Info: Beginning to float toward float euphoria

    I'm ecstatic about the proposed design for Glendale's float entry in the 2013 Tournament or Roses parade. Seriously. I am. I know, I'm the guy who called for our city to stop putting floats in the parade. And I've been critical of those who support...
  • GCC Nursing leader decries spending cuts

    Two employees of the Glendale Community College nursing department this week spoke against planned spending cuts that they said would paralyze some services. Earlier this year, college officials announced they would reduce the hours of 115 employees...