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  • Political Landscape: Schiff to hold windstorm forum

    Political Landscape: Schiff to hold windstorm forum
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) will host a forum from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 12 to look at the response to the windstorm that did tens of millions of dollars worth of damage to Pasadena and surrounding cities on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. The event will be held in...
  • Newsmaker of the year: John Drayman

    Newsmaker of the year: John Drayman
    John Drayman’s connection to a number of investigations — federal and local — continued to make headlines this year, keeping the former city councilman in the spotlight long after he lost his seat on the dais in April. Investigations...
  • Hundreds apply for handful of Glendale police jobs

    Hundreds apply for handful of Glendale police jobs
    The prospect of being a successful candidate out of hundreds of applicants vying for a few positions at the Glendale Police Department didn’t deter Enrico Di Napoli. The 22-year-old La Verne resident has already applied to the Burbank Police...
  • Tropico Perspective: Separating personal from political

    I will confess some small satisfaction when a politician whose politics I dislike suffers the indignity of a private scandal. Family-values candidates found to have none are a particular delight. Trying to use them as a foil to undermine a political point...
  • Pedaling toward a better life

    Pedaling toward a better life
    For the homeless, part of the challenge of securing a job is finding a way to get there. It’s a problem 45 fewer transients on Skid Row will have to cope with after dozens of high school students from Glendale, South Pasadena and La Cañada...
  • DUI stop yields arrest record

    DUI stop yields arrest record
    GLENDALE — Police broke regional records Friday when they arrested 12 motorists on suspicion of driving under the influence during a sobriety checkpoint, officials said. Most police checkpoints yield two to four intoxicated driving arrests, but...
  • Public shrugs at budget cuts

    A proposed city budget that will slash millions in services and raise an assortment of fees to help bridge an $18-million shortfall prompted few people to address the City Council on Tuesday. The relative silence came during a public hearing Tuesday on a...
  • Six students receive Glendale scholarships

    Six local students are heading to college this fall with a few extra dollars in their pockets after being named Glendale Scholarship Endowment recipients. They include 2011 Crescenta Valley High School graduates Camille Johnson, Andrea Kizyma, Justin...
  • Mulcahey anchored CV with dual prowess

    Mulcahey anchored CV with dual prowess
    In order to contend for a Pacific League title and clinch a playoff berth in 2011, the Crescenta Valley High baseball team needed a big bat in the middle of its lineup and a showstopper on the mound. As it turned out, the Falcons benefited from more than...
  • Louise Wilson Lewis

      Louise Wilson Lewis, a Glendale civic leader and lifelong volunteer activist, died at home on August 18 after an extended battle with metastatic melanoma. She was 64.   Louise was born in Los Angeles at Good Samaritan Hospital on June 9, 1947. Her...
  • Early resident had English ties

    Spencer Robinson was one of the early pioneers of Glendale, arriving here the same year Glendale became a city. He later served as the city’s first mayor. Robinson brought with him an illustrious history. Not only was he descended from old American...
  • Gatto says frustration led to his comments

    Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) said Friday he regrets comments he made earlier in the week equating state Controller John Chiang’s decision to freeze lawmakers’ pay during the ongoing budget stalemate to creating a “Banana...