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  • Lieutenant sues Police Department

    CITY HALL — A female police lieutenant who says she endured years of on-the-job discrimination is the latest officer to file a lawsuit against the Glendale Police Department. Police Lt. Susan Hayn is the eighth officer known to have filed a...
  • Gatto introduces bill to ease pension burden following Bell scandal

    Glendale and other cities bearing some of the pension burden for the city of Bell's excessive salaries could get relief from legislation introduced in Sacramento late Tuesday. The bill, introduced by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake), would force...
  • Unions agree to concessions

    CITY HALL — Concessions agreed to by the unions that cover firefighters and most managers should save the city $1.5 million, officials say, but negotiations remain ongoing with the largest employee union. The Glendale City Employees Assn., which...
  • Schiff foe targets estate tax

    Pasadena businessman John Colbert, the Republican challenging Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) in November, has signed the "Death Tax Repeal Pledge," promising he would vote for permanent repeal of the federal estate tax. The pledge is the brainchild of the...
  • Disney construction angers residents

    City officials this week got an earful from a group of local residents who said they are fed up with months of noise, dust and traffic associated with construction on the Walt Disney Co.'s massive creative campus. At the City Council meeting on Tuesday,...
  • Water district has some explaining to do

    Despite already having among the highest water rates in the region, Crescenta Valley Water District officials are poised to bump them up even higher. But so far, no one seems to care. The story of rising rates is shared among neighboring utilities, which...
  • Writing with a passion

    Writing with a passion
    Three writers have joined forces to create a theater experience with their stories on how war affects soldiers and their families. Angelique Gross, a student at Los Angeles Valley College and the main producer, came up with the idea for a night of one-...
  • Remaining neighborly

    Between the construction on Flower Street and the massive Fairmont Avenue "flyover" bridge, the USS Disney continues to leave quite a wake as the studio builds out its presence in the north San Fernando Road corridor. Caught up in the middle of it all...
  • Students answer the bell

    GLENDALE — Eighth-grader Vanuhi Khdryan heard the warning tone Monday outside Toll Middle School, but stuck around a few minutes waiting for her friends on their first day back from summer break. "It's exciting to be back because you get to see...
  • Mayor returns from Korea

    CITY HALL — A simple trip abroad once again turned into a head-of-state affair for Mayor Ara Najarian, who during a weeklong visit to Glendale's Korean sister city was courted by both frontrunners in the nation's upcoming presidential election. His...
  • Meetings to focus on 'Rim of the Valley'

    GLENDALE — National Park Service officials will host a series of community meetings in the coming weeks to gather input for a long-awaited study of the region's hillsides that could lead to expanded federal protection of the area. The meetings...
  • Legislators pass tax relief for residents affected by Station fire

    Legislators pass tax relief for residents affected by Station fire
    Residents affected by the Station fire and subsequent winter storms could soon see some financial relief after state legislators on Tuesday passed a bill that would offer tax breaks for damaged properties. The so-called "Disaster Relief Bill" —...