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  • Grant shouldn't be a bargaining chip

    As a retired GUSD teacher, I am disheartened by Tami Carlson's attitude in the Oct. 24 article, “Race to the Top for Glendale still up in the air.” We should seize this opportunity to showcase our schools and potentially earn much needed...
  • Water probe involves Disney

    Water probe involves Disney
    Federal and state regulators are investigating whether a vintage air conditioning system at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank played a role in contaminating groundwater with chromium 6, a cancer-causing heavy metal widely used in aerospace manufacturing...
  • National high school sports medicine competition developed by St. Francis' Eli Hallak

    National high school sports medicine competition developed by St. Francis' Eli Hallak
    Eli Hallak had always wanted to send the St. Francis High sports medicine program to a national competition, but all the ones he found took place in person and were too expensive with travel and room and board costs. Hallak, the director of St. Francis'...
  • Glendale City Council delays decision on controversial bike lane project

    Glendale City Council delays decision on controversial bike lane project
    Bicycle lane advocates and residents who’d prefer to keep the status quo packed City Council chambers Tuesday night for the latest scrimmage over a plan to put a one-mile stretch of Honolulu Avenue on a so-called “road diet.” In...
  • Radio enthusiasts practice skills that hopefully are never needed

    Radio enthusiasts practice skills that hopefully are never needed
    When land lines and cell towers fail, it will be the “ham” radios that keep the channels of communication open. To prove it, for a 24-hour period starting on Saturday, amateur radio broadcasters with the Crescenta Valley Radio Club...
  • Meatball's online followers enjoy real-life encounter

    Meatball's online followers enjoy real-life encounter
    Having launched the Glendale bear “Meatball” to stardom and nurtured a growing fundraising and media campaign to secure him a permanent sanctuary, Sarah Aujero was understandably excited to become one of few non-official people to see the 400-...
  • Glendale Memorial receives accreditation

    Glendale Memorial receives accreditation
    Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center has been granted a three-year accreditation in echocardiography in the area of adult transthoracic by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission. Early detection of life-threatening heart disorders and other...
  • Glendale OKs $300K to man claiming he was abused by officer

    The city of Glendale has agreed to pay a 23-year-old man $300,000 to settle claims that he sustained serious injuries when a police officer slammed him against a wall, according to documents released this week. The settlement was reached in March with...
  • Chromium 6 removal process could cost $27 million over two decades

    Chromium 6 removal process could cost $27 million over two decades
    For the first time, a Glendale research team testing methods for stripping chromium 6 from groundwater has released an estimate for how much it will cost long term — putting the tab at up to $27 million over 20 years. The costs will be a key...
  • On Campus at GCC: Auditions for 'A Doll's House' set to begin

    Open auditions for the Glendale Community College Theatre Arts Department's fall production of Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House" will be held Wednesday, Sept. 5 and Thursday, Sept. 6 in the Auditorium at 7 p.m. Those auditioning should prepare a one-minute...
  • Chromium 6 cleaning plans run aground

    This article has been amended, see note below for details. After spending more than 10 years and roughly $9 million, engineers testing two high-tech methods for removing chromium 6 from groundwater say neither method can reliably bring levels of the...
  • Ahead of federal healthcare overhaul, local hospitals look to primary care

    Ahead of federal healthcare overhaul, local hospitals look to primary care
    As the new year begins, local healthcare providers are preparing for a potential flood of patients who previously didn’t have access to insurance, but who will now be covered as the federal Affordable Care Act takes effect. More primary care...