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The Glendale City Council this week signed off on plans for a six-story, 166-unit apartment building on the southwest corner of Orange Street and Wilson Avenue, where Jo-Ann Fabrics currently is located. The project is being developed by Washington...
Tags: New Products, Personal Service
When the next International Tennis Federation rankings are released in October, Tina Karwasky figures to see her name all the way at the top. That should seem to be a logical progression, as Karwasky, a Glendale resident, is coming off not one but two...
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Marilyn Byrnes, whose life was dedicated to the nurturing and well-being of her family, died peacefully the morning of April 23, 2012. She was born in San Francisco on June 26, 1927 to Francis and Helen Collins and attended Ursuline School in Santa...
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A new instrument, in and of itself, does not make a successful musician, but it can inspire some extra practicing and inject pride into a performance. So it is at the Glendale High School music department, which received about $20,000 in new...
No organization knows how to party like the La Crescenta Woman's Club, especially after some lady-like mimosas. After 101 years, the group is still going strong and has no trouble attracting new members. At its circa 1927 clubhouse, its annual Fashion...
There's a part of us that secretly likes disasters. Well, maybe not so secretly. That's why Joan Didion's famous riff on the Santa Ana winds — "the weather of catastrophe, of apocalypse" — is hauled out several times a year to explain what L....
When a group or organization stages an annual event that goes on for 10 or 20 years, it is clearly a success. As the event continues into its third decade, it evolves into a tradition. And as it hits the fourth-decade milestone, it takes on a life of...
R.D. White Elementary School students added a new chapter to the "Star Wars" legacy on Friday. With Darth Vader in tow, kindergarten through third grade students impressed upon their classmates that The Force was with them. "Focus on reading...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, John F. Williams
Calligraphy, the art of designing letters, can be traced back as far as the 10th century and the inherently artistic Ottoman Turks. With today's technology and available theme font selection at our fingertips, it is easy to forget that these artistic...
Nature camps Registration is under way for Adkins Arboretum's June summer nature camps. The camps offer children a chance to enjoy summer outdoors in a variety of ways. Fees vary; registration is required. To register or for more information: 410-634-...
Frankfort is investing in a couple of ways to draw people downtown. The village will pay about $108,600 to pave a grass lot near Breidert Green to improve parking. And $15,000 will be spent on flowers. "We've had hanging baskets around town for many...
A 6-year-old boy died Friday after being kicked in the throat by a pony on a Lancaster County farm. According to New Holland police Lt. Jonathan Heisse, the boy was playing in a pasture in New Holland with other children around 10:30 a.m. Thursday when...
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