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  • A Balcony View: Therapy over medication

    A Balcony View: Therapy over medication
    Last week, I began a story about a teenager placed on a 72-hour psychiatric hold by the Glendale police. I left off with the boy about to be transferred from Glendale Adventist Medical Center to BHC Alhambra Hospital, a psychiatric facility. Several...
  • On the Town: Armenian doctors honored at dinner

    On the Town: Armenian doctors honored at dinner
    The World Children's Transplant Fund hosted a fundraising dinner on Aug. 11 in Pasadena's Café Santorini Rococo Room to welcome and honor Dr. Gegham Poghosyan, general surgeon, and Dr. David Dallakyan, pediatric surgeon. Both pediatricians are visiting...
  • An early educator on AIDS

    Despite personal struggles in her life, Glendale resident Judith Ritchie hasn't let any challenge stop her from educating and giving back to a community she has called home since she was 4 months old. In 1992, Ritchie lost her then-11-year-old son,...
  • Taken For Granted: Sealed with a kiss

    Taken For Granted: Sealed with a kiss
    "This guy grabbed me and we kissed, and then I turned one way and he turned the other, I closed my eyes when I kissed him, and I never saw him." This was how Edith Shain described the famous Victory over Japan Day sailor's kiss in the middle of Times...
  • Kropp comes 'full circle'

    Kropp comes 'full circle'
    GLENDALE — If the sport involves a stopwatch and a finish line, chances are Andrea Kropp will finish near the front of the pack. If the contest is taking place in water, she's usually a strong bet to finish first. During her recently concluded...
  • Assemblyman fights for life-saving bill

    Jordan Serwin was 2 when his parents learned the La Cañada Flintridge boy had leukemia. He was 6 when an unusual treatment, a transplant of blood cells from an umbilical cord and placenta of a woman in New York, stopped the disease and set his life on a...
  • Source of strength

    Source of strength
    Cancer patients and survivors find respite from treatment and build friendships with those facing similar trials in a program offered at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. Weekly dancing, yoga, knitting, jewelry-making and journaling classes along...
  • Organizations

    Jewel City Kiwanis Club seeking new members Members of the Jewel City Kiwanis Club are often seen throughout Glendale barbecuing for charitable events. Kiwanis members raise money for children's charities around the world. The Glendale area has...
  • Rockhaven site might hold water

    CITY HALL — The potential of cheaper underground water at the Rockhaven Sanitarium is driving what could be a $700,000 test well at the historic site, even if the water might need to be treated, officials said. Glendale Water & Power has been...
  • Marathon woman

    Marathon woman
    If you see a spunky gal stepping lively down Kenneth Road, it could be Theresa "Terri" Ulbricht. The Glendale resident is training for a marathon and a half in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer on Sept. 11 and 12 in Santa Barbara, and in New York Oct....
  • District looking for teachers

    GLENDALE — Despite laying off 66 teachers this year, the Glendale Unified School District has been advertising for vacant special education teachers and aide positions. The ads, posted June 28 and renewed last month on Internet job sites, are for...
  • Healing Armenian kids a sight to see

    Healing Armenian kids a sight to see
    Reaching from Los Angeles to Yerevan, local doctors are healing the eyes of Armenian infants who otherwise would go blind. In June, a team of six doctors performed surgeries at a neonatal clinic in Yerevan, delivered key equipment and trained roughly...