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Over 20 students of Crescenta Valley High School volunteered in October at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. Members of the Falcon men’s baseball team and women’s volleyball team pitched in at Biliary Atresia Day, an event sponsored...
Gov. Jerry Brown has revoked a decision to grant parole to a man who in 1991 shot and killed a 17-year-old Crescenta Valley High School student on prom night, essentially upholding the same decision made by his predecessor. The O.C. Register is reporting...
Tags: Government, Health, Politics, Jerry Brown, Executive Branch
Glendale Unified officials said this week that 99% of students in grades seven through 12 have been vaccinated for pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough. The announcement followed a months-long campaign to bring the district into compliance with a...
Armed with umbrellas and slickers, thousands of children, parents and officials crowded the streets of Glendale Wednesday morning for International Walk to School Day, designed to promote healthy lifestyles and pedestrian safety. It was the third...
The ACLU of Southern California on Thursday filed a lawsuit against Glendale Unified administrators and three law enforcement agencies, alleging that officers illegally detained, searched and interrogated roughly 55 Latino high school students in what...
Lois Neil-Sambar, a prominent local educator and philanthropist, died Tuesday at her home in La Caņada Flintridge. She was 76. The cause of death was cancer, her husband Chuck Sambar said. Born on October 30, 1934 in Hoboken, New Jersey, Neil-Sambar...
Dr. Lois Neil-Sambar, 76, former Glendale Unified School District Director of Secondary Curriculum and Instruction and former principal of Rosemont Middle School, a well-known educator and philanthropist in the Glendale-La Crescenta area, died...
Hundreds showed up to Saturday's Connect with your Community Backpack Giveaway, in Burbank's Peyton-Grismer Focus Neighborhood. There were plenty of back-to-school goodies, including: free haircuts from Marinelo's School of Beauty, safety items from...
Faced with an increase in bicycle-related crashes, Burbank officials say they plan to use a $100,000 state grant to educate the public on the rules of the road. Spending the money on safety classes aimed primarily at cyclists is seen at City Hall as a...
Tags: Entertainment, Commuting, Travel, Television, Transportation
Tuesday is organ night at Moonlight Rollerway on San Fernando Road in Glendale. But before the organ music permeates the building and skaters make their laps around the wood floor, four skating teachers conduct lessons for adults. Their students are...
I'd like to respond to Ken Beall's letter blaming the teachers union for the current situation in the Glendale Unified School District (Teachers union should feel cuts too," March 11). Beall states: "I have written that teachers are among the last...
When I first served on the Crescenta Valley Town Council, I attended one of the early presentations from the California Department of Transportation on the beginning of the State Route 710 Geotechnical Study. At that time, it seemed inconceivable that a...
Tags: Elections, Vehicles, Travel, Children, Road Transportation
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