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"Stay with me, Corky," I screamed. "You hang on! Look at me! Stay here!" Moments earlier, I had been having a conversation with Corky about my love of motorcycles. He had just finished telling me about his dislike of them. I was just about to change...
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The Glendale Small Animal Hospital, which opened in 1925, still stands at the same place where it began, one of the few veterinary hospitals remaining in its original location. When George W. Blanche opened the hospital at 831 Milford St., it was the...
A lot of people like to use the phrase "is comprised of" -— about 136 million of them, if a recent Google search is any indication. "Houston is comprised of many neighborhoods," one website tells me. "Workforce planning is comprised of a number of...
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...
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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...
GLENDALE — Less than a month after the Glendale Unified School District and its teachers union ratified a labor agreement, both sides will begin the bargaining process as soon as this week, officials said. Their recent agreement included provisions...
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MONTROSE — As Natalia LoCicero distributed items Monday to winners who bought them at a weekend silent auction, she broke into tears. She's had a few days to decompress from a Saturday fundraiser for her 4-year-old son Reece. But the idea that...
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Four-year-old Reece LoCicero was grappling with a 105-degree fever Sunday night. His sleepless night finally ended after many tears, aspirin and a lukewarm bath. Doctors had told his parents that hospital trips were for fevers higher than 106.6 degrees....
LOS ANGELES — A Glendale man suspected of being a high-ranking member of an Armenian American crime organization appeared in a downtown Los Angeles federal court Friday to face charges that he and dozens of other people submitted more than $100...
Glendale's Pacific Community Center became a doctor's office Saturday as hundreds of people had their eyes, blood and balance checked at the inaugural Glendale Health Festival. People from around the region filled the gym as doctors, nurses, physical...
It's not often teenagers expound on the merits of genetically modified foods, but at a recent chat at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, there they were, debating with vigor. "These [genetically modified organisms] are actually capable of...
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ER doctors named Hospital Heroes Two emergency room doctors at Glendale Adventist Medical Center were named Hospital Heroes at a Nov. 5 ceremony. The event in Los Angeles was sponsored by the National Health Foundation and the Hospital Assn. of...
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