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  • Banners on Brand promote child safety

    The “Protect Children” campaign has begun in full force this year with our community service clubs taking the lead in the public relations fundraising for the campaign. Two weeks ago the Banners on Brand campaign came to life. All 115...
  • GUSD eyes extending teacher probationary period

    Glendale Unified officials on Tuesday voiced support for increasing the teacher probationary period from two years to three, a move teachers unions argue would besiege a profession already under attack. The conversation mirrored those taking place at...
  • Police should cite errant bicyclists

    I would like to respond to the anti-Councilman Dave Weaver letter by Scott Lowe (“A cyclist's open letter to Councilman Weaver,” May 3). I don’t ride a bike in Glendale, but I would like to see the Glendale Police Department enforce the...
  • Glendale teachers union president reelected

    Glendale Teachers Assn. President Tami Carlson has been reelected to a second two-year term. Carlson ran unopposed in the election, the results of which were finalized last week. “I am happy to be reelected and continue the work I started over the...
  • Drayman under investigation for embezzlement

    Drayman under investigation for embezzlement
    Former City Councilman John Drayman is under investigation for allegedly embezzling money from an unnamed organization in which he had an active role, a Glendale police official confirmed Tuesday. Police served a search warrant for his Montrose condo...
  • Legislators aim for on-time budget

    California lawmakers may have thousands of reasons to pass a state budget on time, something they have done only four times in the last 21 years. Proposition 25, approved by the voters in 2010, docks the pay of state legislators for every day the...
  • New' Manoukian looks no different

    I have been following news items and letters in the Glendale News-Press concerning the “new” Rafi Manoukian with great interest (“Attacks against Manoukian unwarranted,” May 11). Funny, but the “new” Manoukian seems...
  • Government must do more for students

    There are lots of students who suffer because of high tuitions. Glendale Community College raised its fees to $36 per unit, making it very hard for students. My education will be extended because of the recent budget cuts. It is a very important issue...
  • Sherman wants Kadafi to pay U.S. costs

    As the nation prepares to honor its veterans Monday, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) wants the military to look out for today’s combat troops by monitoring nearly 80 large burn pits near U.S. bases in Afghanistan and Iraq. On Wednesday, the House of...
  • Caruso sets sights on Las Vegas

    Caruso sets sights on Las Vegas
    One of the world's biggest casino operators has hired Los Angeles shopping center magnate Rick Caruso to develop a $550-million retail and entertainment district in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip crowned by an enormous Ferris wheel. Caruso, who is...
  • Council nixes commission candidate

    CITY HALL — The City Council on Tuesday rejected the nomination of Aram Kazazian — who is tinged with controversy after illegally constructing a massive home in the Montecito Park neighborhood — to the Glendale Water & Power Commission....
  • Libya concerns heat up

    Libya concerns heat up
    Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) is one of the most outspoken critics of President Obama over the White House's failure to seek congressional approval for the United States' role in air attacks on Libya. The attacks started on March 19. The War...