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  • Gatto, Liu, Schiff handily hold on to their seats

    Local Democratic incumbents for state offices and the U.S. House easily cleared challenges from their Republican opponents Tuesday. Even in the hotly contested race for the 43rd Assembly District, incumbent Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) never...
  • Chris Holden, other local Assembly candidates rack up endorsements

    The Thanksgiving holiday didn’t slow the pace for state Assembly candidates seeking supporters. Pasadena City Councilman Chris Holden, a Democrat who is running for the newly drawn 41st District, scored backing from the California League of...
  • Water rates could be divided into multiple tiers

    Water rates could be divided into multiple tiers
    The city’s water rates may soon be divided into multiple tiers based on the amount of water customers use. The change could come in the wake of a plan endorsed Tuesday by the City Council. If ultimately approved, the plan would boost revenues to...
  • GCC trustee aims for state-level board

    A Glendale Community College trustee has announced her candidacy for a seat on a 21-member state board that sets policy and drives legislation shaping the operations of the state’s 112 community colleges. If elected to the California Community...
  • Gatto is Democrats' choice to replace Portantino

    Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) has secured the endorsement of local Democratic Party delegates for the redrawn 43rd Assembly District. The district has been morphed to include La Caņada Flintridge, currently the home base for Assemblyman Anthony...
  • Small Wonders: Sick-day musings gleaned from computer

    As a tight knit family in a tight-fit house — four people, three ladies, two bedrooms, one bath, no space — we share everything. Besides my T-shirts, the most intimate thing we share is germs. So when Thing 1 and Thing 2 came home with a...
  • Michelle Obama to appear on 'The Tonight Show' in Burbank

    First Lady Michelle Obama will appear on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno on Tuesday, Jan. 31 to promote Let’s Move ahead of the initiative’s two-year anniversary. Let’s Move, launched by the first lady in February 2012, is a campaign...
  • Council mulls treasurer, clerk changes

    There could be a shake-up on an upcoming ballot as Glendale officials lean toward changing the elected office of city treasurer into an appointed position. The proposal, which requires voter approval, isn’t new. But each time the electorate was...
  • With a successful Prop. 30, local school officials dodge bullet

    Local education officials are no doubt breathing a sigh of relief as Proposition 30, the tax measure pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown, appears headed for victory. With nearly all precincts reporting across the state, the measure had 53.9% of the vote, compared...
  • Cost of Glendale's suit against ADI doubles

    Cost of Glendale's suit against ADI doubles
    Glendale’s legal tab for fighting an affordable-housing developer who allegedly bilked millions from the city are about to double. On Tuesday, the City Council, acting in its multiple roles as the Redevelopment Agency and the Housing Authority,...
  • More changes announced at Montrose farmers market venue

    More changes announced at Montrose farmers market venue
    After several shake-ups last year at the Montrose Harvest Market, more are coming. The market’s craft and collectibles section is getting a new name and a new organizer. And all vendors will have to pay higher fees. The tweaks come after the...
  • Ron Kaye: A new city manager prepares for battle

    Ron Kaye: A new city manager prepares for battle
    On the day the redevelopment money machine died, the opening scene of “Saving Private Ryan” came to the mind of Glendale’s new city manager, Scott Ochoa. It was the scene where medics are frantically trying to stop the bleeding of a...