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Elections

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  • Tolog triumph gets top spot

    Tolog triumph gets top spot
    Between the championship exploits of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer and Flintridge Prep boys' basketball, the ascent to state heights by a host of Glendale Community College teams and several local names popping up on the national level, 2011...
  • Lawmakers plan future battles

    Lawmakers plan future battles
    Local lawmakers plan to tackle a variety of issues in 2012, not the least of which may be campaigning for re-election. Prominent U.S. Congressional Reps. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) and Howard Berman (D-Valley Village) will be facing off against each...
  • Due to testing error, Pasadena school to lose Blue Ribbon nomination

    Due to testing error, Pasadena school to lose Blue Ribbon nomination
    Roosevelt Elementary School in Pasadena is expected to have its federal Blue Ribbon nomination rescinded due to an administrative test-taking error that was reported in October, officials said. Roosevelt Elementary would have been the nearest school to...
  • Homeless program ups its goals

    Ken Lasch went from living in his car for nearly three years to what he calls No. 10 Downing Street, a nod to the British Prime Minister’s 100-room mansion. The 83-year-old’s new apartment on Glendale Avenue is a far cry from one of the...
  • For many local voters, a sense of 'lesser of two evils' at the polls

    For many local voters, a sense of 'lesser of two evils' at the polls
    The mood among voters who hit the polls Tuesday in Burbank and Glendale was a mixed bag of frustration, anger, fear and uncertainty — not exactly a ringing endorsement for the next four years. “It was like picking the lesser of two evils,&...
  • Start the Presses: The name is the game

    We asked, and you delivered. More than 100 people submitted nearly 200 possible names for the two mountain lion cubs rescued last month. Now it's your turn. If you haven't had a chance to vote in our online poll, you have until Monday to submit your...
  • Congrats to Clark, and to its principal

    What gratifying and happy news to read of Clark Magnet High School's recognition and much deserved nomination for Blue Ribbon accolades (“Clark gets another Blue Ribbon nomination,” Jan. 10). Doug Dall, Clark Magnet's principal, and his...
  • GCC Foundation searches for funds

    GCC Foundation searches for funds
    What do you do to raise $250,000 in this belt-tightening era of budget cuts to education? That’s the challenge facing the Glendale Community College Foundation as members plan the college’s upcoming 85th Anniversary Celebration. A kickoff...
  • Has Barry Allen apologized?

    Four Glendale residents spoke during the Jan. 10 Glendale City Council meeting alleging that Glendale’s self-appointed community watchdog, Barry Allen — aka Allen Silvarman — is the same Allen Silvarman who pleaded guilty to the charge...
  • Opening shot fired in senate campaign

    Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-La Caņada Flintridge) took the podium Tuesday night at City Hall and called on city officials to push their local lawmakers to fight for their power of redevelopment. But this wasn’t Pasadena. It was in a city that...
  • Portantino decides not to seek election in November

    Portantino decides not to seek election in November
    Citing family stresses brought on by his brother's untimely death in 2010 and his mother's ill health, Assemblyman Anthony Portantino announced Wednesday night that he will not seek election in 2012. The surprise announcement comes at a time when the...
  • Survey shows racial block voting

    Analysis of three Glendale City Council elections during the last decade show some patterns of racially polarized voting and possible violations of the California Voting Rights Act, according to a consulting firm hired to collect and decipher the data....