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  • Study session on proposed GCC dorm planned

    Glendale Community College officials have seven weeks to formally express interest in a $30-million dormitory or lose the opportunity with a developer offering to finance and construct it. Last month, the WAM Development Group, which has offices in...
  • Leading a Division I destiny

    Leading a Division I destiny
    The top high school coaches from the 2010-11 season were selected by the sportswriters of the Glendale News-Press. 1 Frank Pace and Kathy Desmond, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer: As longtime co-coaches of the highly regarded Tologs team, Pace...
  • Float design process scrutinized

    Float design process scrutinized
    Unhappy with a circus elephant-themed float already being built for Glendale’s entry in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, several City Council members this week said they wanted to change the way future designs are picked and funded. The...
  • City to rebuild park equipment destroyed by teens

    City to rebuild park equipment destroyed by teens
    One year after two teens burned down Glorietta Park’s playground equipment, the City Council voted Tuesday night to spend $100,000 to replace what was lost in the fire. In February, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge in the juvenile division...
  • Vote all the politicians out

    If the American taxpayers had any doubt that many elected politicians work only to keep their jobs and spend the taxpayers’ money, causing huge deficits, they need only look at the scandals in Bell and Vernon and the payments for state legislative...
  • Glendale city treasurer candidate may lose even with a win

    Come next election, Glendale voters will be choosing a new city treasurer. But they may also have to decide whether they want to keep voting for that position or turn it into an appointment made by the city manager. In recent years, Glendale has had a...
  • Custom narrows Glendale mayoral field

    When it comes to selecting the next mayor Tuesday night, City Council members will decide whether to follow an unofficial rule aimed at ensuring the appointment doesn’t mix with the upcoming election, or go against the grain. If they follow the...
  • Glendale delays naming new mayor

    Glendale delays naming new mayor
    With three candidates up for the position of mayor and none backed by a majority vote, Glendale won't be getting a new mayor until next week. The standoff, caused by the lack of a full City Council on Tuesday due to Mayor Laura Friedman's absence,...
  • Voting rules may change for Airport Authority

    Nominees for president of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority may soon no longer have to leave the room when fellow members deliberate and vote to fill the position. The California Fair Political Practices Commission recently approved an...
  • It's an unfair and hasty decision

    The City Council’s decision to move forward with asking voters to change the city treasurer’s job into an appointed, rather than elected, position on the same ballot that the office is up for reelection is unfair to candidates for the job...
  • Adam Schiff to face six contenders in primary election

    Adam Schiff to face six contenders in primary election
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) is facing six opponents to represent the redrawn 28th Congressional District, but they will have to overcome incredible odds and funding disadvantages to mount a serious challenge to the long-time congressman. Schiff raised...
  • Mayor Laura Friedman baffled by colleagues' indecision

    Mayor Laura Friedman didn’t expect to be the deciding vote when it came to appointing a new mayor, but now that she has to be, she’s disappointed with her fellow council members. “I think it’s unfortunate they couldn’t come...