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GLENDALE — Friends and family of a 36-year-old Glendale student who drowned Saturday in Lake Piru said he dreamed about becoming a licensed vocational nurse. Los Angeles resident Roberto Barros Jr. was taking several courses at Allied Medical &...
GLENDALE — The uncertainty next year surrounding primary-grade class sizes, the fate of 77 teachers who might lose their jobs and the fiscal state of Glendale Unified have propelled parent Myra Goethals to become more active and outspoken....
CITY HALL City officials on Tuesday settled on a five-year plan for spending a projected $30.2 million in federal funding for local social service programs, homeless services and affordable housing offerings. The plan outlines allocations of the funds,...
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Paul Vago suffered a stroke a year ago March and recently completed outpatient physical therapy at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. "The physical therapists got me to walk," he said. "They encouraged me every step of the way. My left side was pretty...
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CENTRAL GLENDALE — As part of a growing campaign to reduce traffic and increase pedestrian safety at R.D. White Elementary School, parents on Tuesday parked their cars blocks away to pick up their children. Teachers held signs with their names as...
GLENDALE — Days after Glendale Unified teachers rejected a revised contract that would have saved the district millions of dollars, school board members on Tuesday said increased class sizes were all but certain unless a last-minute deal was...
Abraham Lincoln reminded 35 fifth-graders at Incarnation Parish School on Thursday that with hard work, not only could they be future presidents, but history might celebrate them forever. For the 54th time this year, J.P. Wammack, a La Cañada...
For the Klee family, days like Friday are reasons why they said they immigrated to the U.S. from Guatemala. Rafael Klee and his son Miguel came to Glendale Community College early for seats at the 50-yard line of Sartoris Field — prime position to...
GLENDALE — The decision by Glendale Teachers Assn. officials to cancel a third round of negotiations with the school district in favor of a fact-finding process will break a June 30 deadline for layoffs. With the new process not expected to start...
GLENDALE — When Monica Hang secured her first head-coaching position at the collegiate level, her goal was to build a strong foundation to attract local athletes. Hang did that when she took over the Glendale Community College women's basketball...
Sophomore Fernando Olivares demonstrated the process of dousing flames to fellow Hoover High School students on Thursday during a firefighting lesson. Fernando, 16, and the other students were schooled this week during their Police and Fire Academy...
A 6-year-old girl who was struck and killed by a vehicle at the end of a Los Angeles police pursuit Thursday evening in Lake View Terrace was a Monte Vista Elementary School student, officials said. Grief counselors were at the La Crescenta school...
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