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  • County seeks bilingual poll workers

    County seeks bilingual poll workers
    Los Angeles County officials and advocates for immigrant communities are hoping a recent change in state law will help them recruit more bilingual poll workers, including Armenian speakers in Glendale, for the upcoming primary election. The newly...
  • Glendale City Council candidates reject city union, developer contributions

    Last week, all five candidates for City Council pledged not to take money from city unions, a vow many made once again at a League of Women Voters candidate forum this week, topping it off with a new addition. All the candidates said at the Wednesday...
  • 818 Roundup: Casey Kasem's body headed to Norway instead of Glendale, Glendale electeds eye assembly

    818 Roundup: Casey Kasem's body headed to Norway instead of Glendale, Glendale electeds eye assembly
    Good morning readers! Today is Monday, Aug. 18. Today looks to be a hot one, with highs of 91 and a forecast low of 65. So stay cool and check out these headlines from around the area.  Casey Kasem's body was reportedly on the way to Europe earlier this...
  • On the Town: Chevy Chase Country Club hosts Devine event

    On the Town: Chevy Chase Country Club hosts Devine event
    Paula Devine was the undisputed star of the evening at her post-swearing-in celebration. With 200 of her closest friends, Glendale City Council's newest member opened her party, “Thank you for making your vote Devine.” The Chevy Chase Country...
  • Devine marks seventh female council member in Glendale's 108-year history

    Devine marks seventh female council member in Glendale's 108-year history
    When former Glendale Councilwoman Eileen Givens went knocking on doors to campaign for the first time, some residents told her they couldn’t vote for her because there was already a woman on the council, as if the token seat was occupied. PHOTOS:...
  • Film Review: Documentary takes a closer look at Koch Brothers

    Film Review: Documentary takes a closer look at Koch Brothers
    Tia Lessin and Carl Deal’s documentary “Citizen Koch” (which opened June 27 at Laemmle’s Playhouse) achieved a certain notoriety when its nominally independent backers at ITVS dropped support for the film. Although other reasons...
  • Glendale Community College eyes new voting system

    Glendale Community College eyes new voting system
    Glendale Community College officials are joining other government entities in the city in taking the first steps toward adopting a district-based voting system to avoid litigation and pressure under the California Voting Rights Act. On Oct. 21,...
  • Guest Column: There is much to learn from Mandela's legacy

    Guest Column: There is much to learn from Mandela's legacy
    Last week the world lost an amazing person when Nelson Mandela, the renowned anti-apartheid activist and first black president of South Africa died at the age of 95. Websites and social media are aflutter with messages and reflections from people who were...
  • Cost of Obama visit under scrutiny

    Cost of Obama visit under scrutiny
    President Barack Obama’s visit to DreamWorks Animation last month cost the city about $61,000 and at least one City Council member thinks that Glendale shouldn’t be the only one footing the bill for the increased security. When Obama came...
  • Ron Kaye: Is the civil grand jury relevant?

    Ron Kaye: Is the civil grand jury relevant?
    The Los Angeles County civil grand jury got a well-deserved thrashing last week from local officials for its dumbfounding end-of-the-year report on the financial health of the county's 88 cities — a report that made Glendale, Burbank and Pasadena...
  • Glendale seeks political muscle from lobbyists

    Seeking a stronger political voice in Sacramento and Washington, D.C., Glendale City Council members voted Tuesday to hire a state lobbyist and enter into negotiations with a federal lobbyist in the hope of steering policy decisions and grant money the...
  • Change in green card cap drives citizenship

    Change in green card cap drives citizenship
    For Nazik Parazyan, taking the test to become a citizen in 2010 was a breeze because she had already lived in Glendale for 11 years. It takes about five years to apply for citizenship after getting a green card, but Parazyan couldn't get one. She came to...