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  • On the Town: Starting the travel season, doing it in style

    On the Town: Starting the travel season, doing it in style
    No organization knows how to party like the La Crescenta Woman's Club, especially after some lady-like mimosas. After 101 years, the group is still going strong and has no trouble attracting new members. At its circa 1927 clubhouse, its annual Fashion...
  • Latino association announces awards

    The Glendale Latino Assn. announced its Woman of the Year, Man of the Year and Organization of the Year for 2012. The following members will be presented with a Community Award on Feb. 23 at the La Caņada Flintridge Country Club. Denise Miller, Woman of...
  • Service planned Sunday for area physician Thomas Grosch

    Services have been set for Thomas M. Grosch, the La Caņada physician who died in a solo motorcycle accident Jan. 6 on the Glendale (2) Freeway while he was traveling to his home from his workplace in Burbank. He was 53. The service will be held at 12:30...
  • Bill is a question of patient safety

    When it comes to protecting chronically ill patients over healthcare special interests, you’d think that Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Burbank) would be on our side. However, recent legislation, which passed overwhelmingly in the state Legislature...
  • Verdugo Hills physicians ask officials to wait on merger

    Verdugo Hills physicians ask officials to wait on merger
    With Verdugo Hills Hospital executives considering a merger with a larger healthcare provider, some physicians at the facility say the hospital would serve area residents best by staying independent. Michael Klein, an internist at Verdugo Hills, said...