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Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

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  • R.D. White leads the way in school safety efforts

    Eighteen months after launching its Safe Routes to School program, R.D. White Elementary School has emerged as a district-wide standard bearer for pedestrian safety. Under the leadership of White parent Kara Sergile, the school has recruited more than...
  • Congratulations

    Glendale youth wins Pokémon championship After a full day of head-to-head Pokémon trading card game battles in Chatsworth, Kamran Jahadi of Glendale was crowned City Champion in November, earning a top city ranking and a City Championship medal. The...
  • Dining Review: Serving up the finest brews in the state

    Dining Review: Serving up the finest brews in the state
    Back in the day, the only reason I'd visit Tony's Darts Away in Burbank was to see a fight, and I'm not talking about a boxing match on TV. I'm happy to report that urban renewal in our city has extended to Magnolia Boulevard, and the "New Tony's" is a...
  • Yellow Ribbon Week is nonviolence reminder

    Yellow Ribbon Week is being recognized this week at many of our schools. There will be meaningful activities provided for students to help them understand the message of nonviolence by Martin Luther King Jr. Classroom teachers will also take some time...
  • Warm and funny still woven into "Plaid"

    Just the name, “Forever Plaid,” implies something timeless, something valuable and something very silly. It also means a special kind of loyalty, if only to a particular fabric pattern. The Glendale Centre Theatre’s production of “...
  • Plan clears path for cyclists and pedestrians

    CITY HALL — Commissioners next week are slated to review a draft report aimed at making streets more inviting for bicyclists and safer for pedestrians in one of the last stops before the much-anticipated policy document reaches the City Council....
  • Nipping violence in the bud

    Nipping violence in the bud
    Eyes grew wide on Wednesday as Glendale Police Officer Bryan Duncan told high school students the outcome of a recent high-speed traffic accident related to street racing — destroyed cars, criminal charges and long-term disability. And they grew...
  • Assemblyman fights for life-saving bill

    Jordan Serwin was 2 when his parents learned the La Cañada Flintridge boy had leukemia. He was 6 when an unusual treatment, a transplant of blood cells from an umbilical cord and placenta of a woman in New York, stopped the disease and set his life on a...
  • Local housing market better than most

    Glendale and Burbank are among the best-performing cities in a slumping regional real estate market, according to figures released Tuesday by the Los Angeles County Assessor's Office. Some 49,000 residential properties in Glendale are worth nearly $22.9...
  • GCC OKs spending plan sans budget

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — With the all-important state budget still up in the air, Glendale Community College trustees approved an $82-million spending plan Monday that will require adjustments and cuts throughout the year, officials said. The budget...
  • Principal threatens to dye hair green

    Fall colors abound, but green dominates at Glenoaks Elementary, where Principal Kristine Siegal will spray paint her hair green if 100% participation in PTA membership is reached by Oct. 15. PTA President Jennifer Palacios said the principal hair-...
  • Small Wonders: Let me count the ways

    Love. Has any word lost its meaning more than love? Frederick Buechner, from his whimsically insightful dictionary “Wishful Thinking: A Seeker's ABC,” offers that “the first stage is to believe that there is only one kind of love.&...