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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Area food banks benefit from Glendale car dealer

    Area food banks benefit from Glendale car dealer
    Acura of Glendale donated nearly $10,000 to food banks in the tri-city area as part of its "Drive to Stop Hunger" campaign, the company announced. The food banks for Salvation Army Glendale, Burbank Temporary Aid Center and Salvation Army Pasadena...
  • Deukmejian among budget casualties

    Deukmejian among budget casualties
    CITY HALL — Starting Friday, visitors to Deukmejian Wilderness Park may notice something missing from the area’s scenic landscapes. Facing an $18-million budget shortfall, the City Council this week approved a budget that slashed more than $1...
  • Trouble in rose float land

    Having watched the city of Glendale budget session on television, I would like to clarify a few points. The Glendale Rose Float Assn. was formed in 1978 to help offset the cost of the Glendale float in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. It was...
  • Council approves layoffs, cuts to balance budget

    The City Council on Tuesday voted to axe $4.6 million in city services, raise fees for public services and lay off eight employees to balance the budget. The move came after months of wrangling at City Hall regarding a projected $18-million shortfall...
  • Surf's up for retiring city attorney

    The cover of the invitation had three surfboard drawings on it. At first it wasn’t clear what surfboards had to do with the retirement party of Glendale’s City Atty. Scott Howard. On Friday, several hundred city employees, family, friends...
  • Dorothy (Dot) Jurukov

      Dorothy (Dot) Jurukov  (May 13, 1922- June 17, 2011) Dorothy (Dot) Jurukov passed away at the age of 89 on June 17 at Ardenville in Burbank after a valiant, seven year battle against Alzheimer’s disease.  She is survived by her husband Andon,...
  • The personal can affect the political

    I take issue with Michael Teahan’s column, “Tropico Perspective: Separating personal from political,” on June 19. Separating personal conduct from politics is relatively important, but personal conduct should not be excused when that...
  • Redevelopment agencies face elimination

    Redevelopment agencies face elimination
    The Glendale Redevelopment Agency is preparing for war and a worst-case scenario in the wake of passage by state lawmakers of a budget that could eliminate local redevelopment agencies. Lawmakers voted late Tuesday night to kill all 400-plus...
  • Glendale Adventist president announces resignation

    The chief executive of Glendale Adventist Medical Center is resigning after nearly five years to take a similar job in his home state of Colorado. Morre Dean, 42, president and chief executive of Glendale Adventist, told staff in what was described as an...