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  • Ron Kaye: The civic advantage of coalescence

    Do you ever wonder why the subway ends in North Hollywood instead of turning east to Burbank and Glendale? Or why the Gold Line turns right when it gets to Pasadena? Or why the Westside is getting light rail and a subway extension while you get nothing?...
  • Kim Kardashian on run for Glendale mayor: 'Stay tuned'

    Kim Kardashian on run for Glendale mayor: 'Stay tuned'
    Cornered on the White House Correspondents' Dinner red carpet, Kim Kardashian told reporters she’s “thinking about” running for Glendale mayor almost two weeks after a video¬†clipsurfaced in which she quipped about running for political...
  • Glendale Community College trustees opt for interim president

    Glendale Community College trustees opt for interim president
    Glendale Community College trustees on Wednesday began the job of finding a permanent successor to outgoing President/Supt. Dawn Lindsay, deciding to hire an interim replacement while the search is carried out. College Board of Trustees President Armine...
  • Video: Kim Kardashian asks public to commemorate Armenian genocide

    Video: Kim Kardashian asks public to commemorate Armenian genocide
    Kim Kardashian may not have been able to attend this year’s genocide commemoration events in Glendale, but organizers hope her 43-second video clip will be the gift that keeps on giving. In the video uploaded to YouTube Wednesday, Kardashian...
  • Unclassified Info: The Czar makes his appointments

    I really tried to ignore all the banter regarding Kim Kardashian's quixotic quest to become mayor of Glendale. After all, anyone with even the slightest knowledge of how Glendale functions understands that one does not run for mayor. In order to be...
  • History: Drayman's journey from condo to courthouse

    The indictment against John Drayman on Tuesday was only the latest in legal woes the former city councilman has had to grapple with over the last several years. Some of his troubles — namely those associated with an expensive home remodel tied to...
  • Senate confirms a CV High graduate to U.S. 9th Circuit Court

    The Senate confirmed Jacqueline H. Nguyen -- a 1983 Crescenta Valley High graduate -- to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday, making her the first Asian American woman to sit on a federal appellate court. By a 91-3 vote, the Senate agreed...
  • Charter information is misleading

    There have been comments by Councilwoman Laura Friedman and the director of finance recently regarding the City Charter somehow being outdated. But the City Charter was reviewed and amended in lengthy sessions by a “blue ribbon committee.”...
  • Glendale Community College trustee elected to state board

    Glendale Community College trustee elected to state board
    Glendale Community College Trustee Ann Ransford has been elected to a state board that sets policy, directs research and drives legislation related to California's 112 community colleges. Ransford will be sworn in as a member of the California Community...
  • Glendale woman to run against Kardashian in fake mayoral race

    Glendale woman to run against Kardashian in fake mayoral race
    A local business owner is taking a cue from reality TV personality Kim Kardashian and entering the “mayor’s race” in Glendale, hoping to attract some of the attention Kardashian did, but for a different reason. Helen McDonagh, owner...
  • Krikorian pledges 'to be the voice of American Armenians'

    Krikorian pledges 'to be the voice of American Armenians'
    Glendale school board member Greg Krikorian, who is challenging Mike Gatto for the 43rd Assembly District seat in November, ramped up his campaign at a recent anti-genocide rally by appealing to the Armenian American vote with a fiery speech that has...
  • School districts face deficits next year

    School districts face deficits next year
    Glendale and Burbank school districts are facing structural deficits of $19.5 million and $6 million, respectively, in 2012-13 officials said this week, even if California voters pass a November tax initiative meant to bolster state coffers. The...