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  • Glendale city commissioner dead at 79

    Glendale city commissioner dead at 79
    Gary Cornell, a city commissioner who played a role in doling out millions in federal grants for public projects and social services, died Friday morning in his home, his wife said. He was 79. Although the official cause of death was not yet been...
  • News-Press Editorial: Lack of genocide recognition is a disgrace

    On a Saturday night some 98 years ago this week, more than 200 Armenian intellectuals and community leaders living in Constantinople, today's Istanbul, were rounded up by the government. The political party in power, the "Young Turks," did not want...
  • Central square at Americana transferred to city's books to keep from being sold by state

    Though surrounded by the shops, residences and restaurants that make up the Americana at Brand, the park in the middle is a public one, and is at risk of being sold by the state as Glendale’s redevelopment agency winds down. To protect the...
  • Glendale pays big pension numbers

    Glendale pays big pension numbers
    As Glendale struggles to get a handle on its growing pension obligations, records show that about 11% of the nearly 1,350 city retirees draw annual pensions of more than $100,000 a year — and some of them far more than that. At the top of the list...
  • Soccer moves indoors in Glendale

    Soccer moves indoors in Glendale
    Rinks are for skating, right? Not at all. Glendale's new indoor soccer rink debuted to excited young soccer players Saturday morning during a grand-opening event that saw the months-long efforts of many community members and officials fulfilled. Plans...
  • New trails are gateways to open space

    New trails are gateways to open space
    For Brenna Pratt, a freshman at Crescenta Valley High School, the best parts of a new 2-mile trail are the multiple switchbacks leading up the side of the San Rafael Hills. "I think they're really fun," said the 14-year-old before she and nearly two...
  • Judge questions Glendale police firing

    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has ordered Glendale's Civil Service Commission to reconsider an earlier decision upholding the firing of two Glendale police officers and demotion of another for taking a department-issued car on a joy ride to...
  • When will enough be enough for voters?

    In December 2012, Glendale Finance Director Bob Elliott told the public, “…at some point, we’ll have more retirees than active.” In the April 20 News-Press, in the story headlined “Pension cost rise to hit city budget,&...
  • Smoking rules to change in Glendale

    The City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to give final approval to an ordinance that will increase the distance between smoking and non-smoking sections in outdoor dining patios from 10 to 15 feet. The change comes after some council members said...
  • Former city workers retired, but still working

    Former city workers retired, but still working
    Former Glendale Police Capt. Ray Edey is not one to relax, so when he had the opportunity to return to writing grant applications for the city in September 2011, about a week after he retired, he took it. "I don't golf, fish or hunt," said the 30-year...
  • Glendale police joyride case goes to court

    Three police officers, a department-issued car and a joyride to Las Vegas — that journey and its potential consequences hit a Los Angeles County Superior Courtroom on Tuesday. An attorney for Officer Patrick Hamblin and his former colleagues...
  • Glendale approves new smoking restrictions

    The City Council further clamped down on smokers Tuesday night, unanimously approving new rules that will ban smoking in all new apartment and condominium units and add another layer of punishment that can be applied to those who break Glendale’s...