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Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

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  • Mailbag: Council shouldn't back barbaric sport

    I must have been snoozing — I didn't realize that the ordinance prohibiting professional boxing matches in Glendale had already been amended by the City Council ("Council lifts boxing ban," April 8), now allowing matches on an ongoing basis. So...
  • Hang resigns post at GCC

    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...
  • Mailbag: Cartoon didn't need to target valley

    Bert Ring's May 22 cartoon in the Glendale News-Press left me rather dismayed. While I see the satire on the early prisoner release program, and while I realize we do have a teen drug problem in our community, I don't see the need to draw attention to...
  • Learning to fight flames

    Learning to fight flames
    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...
  • Rallying for no school cuts

    Rallying for no school cuts
    GLENDALE — After weeks of campaigning against planned lay-offs, about 70 parents and students from across the Glendale Unified on Wednesday protested outside the teachers union headquarters against what organizers said was poor leadership and short-...
  • 6-year-old struck, killed by fleeing car was Monte Vista Elementary student

    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...
  • Picnic honors junior firefighters

    Three elementary school students became unofficial members of the Glendale Fire Department at Friday's Junior Fire picnic at Verdugo Park. The Fire Department hosted its annual picnic as a celebration for Glendale Unified fifth-graders who spent the last...
  • Fighters in action tonight

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. GFC COMBATANTS HIT THE RING Former Ultimate Fighting Championship competitor Roman "The Emperor" Mitichyan and rookie boxer Artur "The Punisher" Bernetsyan are set for...
  • Students perform like kings

    CENTRAL GLENDALE — First- and second-graders at R. D. White Elementary School on Monday donned black paper fedoras sparkling with silver glitter as they serenaded hundreds of fellow classmates with two Michael Jackson tunes in tribute to his life....
  • GCC's energy efforts pay off

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Energy-conservation efforts at Glendale Community College have saved $200,000, putting a dent in its $4.5-million deficit this upcoming school year, officials said. The $200,000 saved means fewer concessions facing employee...
  • Jays scoop up CV grad

    GLENDALE — Right around 3:30 p.m. PDT on Tuesday, Bryan Longpre's flight from California to Florida landed. With his arrival, Longpre took a step toward his ultimate destination of Toronto, as the Crescenta Valley High graduate is set to sign a...
  • Mailbag: Linda Evans will be missed at CV

    For 36 years, Linda Evans has given her time, energy and creativity to make Crescenta Valley High School one of the best public schools in the country ("CV High principal to retire," April 20). Crescenta Valley High School has been and continues to be...