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  • On the town: Local boy makes good

    “Local boy makes good” could be the motif of the late modernist print maker Robert Brown, whose works are on exhibit at the New Puppy Gallery on Elm St in Los Angeles, adjacent to the 2 and 5 freeways. A Glendale resident, Brown was also a...
  • Studebaker drove change in the auto industry

    The news around Glendale early in 1917 was that war with Germany was looming. In response to that, an auxiliary to the Los Angeles Red Cross was formed at a meeting at the high school, and later in the year a local chapter began. Also that year, two...
  • Budget deficit forces day labor center to shut down

    Budget deficit forces day labor center to shut down
    WEST GLENDALE — Catholic Charities officials have closed the day labor center across from the Home Depot in Glendale after the city, facing a multi-million budget deficit, cut its subsidy for the center. Created at a time when Glendale banned...
  • John Iberti

    John Iberti passed away on July 12, 2011 at the age of 91.  Born in New York on June 13, 1920 he graduated from CCNY with a degree in accounting and served as a captain in the Army during WWII, seeing action during the invasion of Guadalcanal.  He was one...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: Politicians don't make good teachers

    The Crosby Chronicles: Politicians don't make good teachers
    Gov. Brown signed a bill last Thursday that requires California schools to use history textbooks and lessons that mention positive contributions from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. No other state has such a requirement. While I...
  • Police union agrees to cut pay, contribute more to retirement

    GLENDALE — The main Glendale police officers u nion has agreed to reduce salaries by 2% and increase contributions for benefits as part of a plan that will save the city roughly $2.2 million over the next year. The agreement is a major shift...
  • Tropico Perspective: When safety shouldn't be optional

    There is much drama in rebuilding a house. I have watched more home improvement shows than anyone should be allowed, and yet I discover new challenges everyday that go unmentioned in the 42 minutes it takes to turn a three-bedroom bungalow into Tori...
  • Dorms at GCC? Stakeholders balk at idea

    Dorms at GCC? Stakeholders balk at idea
    A proposal to build a dormitory for several hundred international students at Glendale Community College appeared to falter before even making it out of the starting block this week as stakeholders voiced concerns over parking and liability issues. The...
  • City moves ahead with veteran housing

    CITY HALL — Glendale this week committed millions of dollars to a new affordable housing project for military veterans, making good on a pledge to provide more support for local veterans. The City Council, acting in its dual capacity as the...
  • Najarian chosen to lead San Fernando Valley coalition

    Glendale City Councilman Ara Najarian has been elected to lead the San Fernando Valley Council of Governments as the nascent coalition sets out to implement its agenda. Najarian -- who also serves on the board of directors for Metrolink and the Los...
  • Caruso extends lifeline to Glendale's Rose float

    Caruso extends lifeline to Glendale's Rose float
    Americana at Brand developer Rick Caruso extended a lifeline to Glendale’s float entry in the annual Tournament of Roses Parade on Tuesday, donating $25,000 in a last-minute challenge to the community to raise the other half needed to salvage the...
  • Ups and downs for Tornadoes

    Ups and downs for Tornadoes
    This is the fourth of eight editions in which the News-Press looks back at the area's 2010-11 seasons, school by school, before looking ahead at the year to come. While Hoover didn't win any Pacific League championships during the 2010-11 campaign, some...