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  • Why Sinanyan and not Drayman?

    On April 5, Roberta Medford wrote candidate Zareh J. Sinanyan’s first act on the City Council should be “either an unequivocal and verifiable denial that the controversial online postings are his, or a sincere and contrite apology for them.&...
  • Crescenta Valley High's bid to join Rio Hondo League is denied

    Crescenta Valley High's bid to join Rio Hondo League is denied
    NEWHALL — By a vote of 23-5, Crescenta Valley High’s bid to leave the Pacific League and join the Rio Hondo League was denied at Friday morning’s CIF Southern Section Foothill Releaguing Chair Committee meeting at Hart High. On a day in...
  • News-Press Editorial: Have a special election, already

    News-Press Editorial: Have a special election, already
    The City Council appears determined to appoint a replacement to seat left vacant by Rafi Manoukian, who was recently elected city treasurer instead of scheduling an immediate special election, even as they admit the latter option is the preference of...
  • Glendale City Council: Old rule brings new consequences for mid-term open seat

    When city officials changed the rules on how to fill an empty City Council seat mid-term, they didn't expect to be stuck deciding between a batch of bad choices roughly eight years later. The 2005 change was supposed to prompt an early election and...
  • Glendale Community College campus goes smoke-free

    Glendale Community College campus goes smoke-free
    When Glendale Community College students return from spring break on Monday, they will be greeted with a new warning: It's official, the campus is going smoke-free. The ban won't go into effect until this fall, but a committee is working to spread the...
  • Quintero selected to fill vacant Glendale City Council seat

    Quintero selected to fill vacant Glendale City Council seat
    Former Mayor Frank Quintero was appointed to hold a 14-month term on the City Council on Tuesday after six other former mayors turned down the city’s offer to apply for the job. “They were very appreciative to be thought of,” said...
  • Glendale City Council members ready to move on

    Glendale City Council members ready to move on
    The City Council members who faced criticism after they called on council candidate Zareh Sinanyan to account, in public, over accusations that he posted homophobic, anti-Muslim and other harsh comments online say they're ready to move on after he...
  • Glendale Election: poor turnout and poor choices

    Twenty-one percent voter turnout in the recent election is sad, in my opinion, the most disappointing election in Glendale history. There were poor choices; and what did the Measures A, B and C mean? Did anyone really read and understand them? Let&...
  • Glendale City Council candidates meet in Crescenta Valley

    From a view protection ordinance to a restaurant-deficient main street to a proposed freeway tunnel, the Crescenta Valley Community Assn. grilled nine of the 12 candidates for Glendale City Council on Thursday night on issues affecting residents in the...
  • Success of mail-in ballots lengthens campaign, candidates say

    Success of mail-in ballots lengthens campaign, candidates say
    More Glendale voters used the postal service to cast their votes than a polling center ballot box for the election on Tuesday, a trend that’s been on the rise in the city — and across the state — now for years. The shift, candidates and...
  • GCC superintendent finalists emerge

    The identities of the five finalists vying to become the next superintendent of Glendale Community College emerged this week, and all of them already hold the same job title. Among the five contenders is Pam Eddinger, president of Moorpark College since...
  • Ron Kaye: Wishing PACs would pack it in

    Ron Kaye: Wishing PACs would pack it in
    Just days before Burbank voters went to the polls, Mike Gatto was the star attraction for a Napa Valley retreat at a five-star hotel where, for $5,000 each, guests could schmooze with the assemblyman and four of his legislative pals.  The event was...