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  • Charter lineup scrambled

    GLENDALE — Charter Communications customers will see a mix-up of the local premium cable channel lineup next week as the company continues to wrangle with Glendale officials over GTV6. The channel realignment — which features the addition...
  • Deukmejian park reopens to the public

    Deukmejian park reopens to the public
    In recent months, the entrance to the city's Deukmejian Wilderness Park has been blocked to the public after its hillsides were scorched during the Station fire and filled with mud and debris during the ensuing winter storms. On Saturday, the ever-...
  • Montrose Collection facing closure

    GLENDALE — Montrose Collection Restaurant and Banquet Hall may have to shut down if a judge sides with city officials who claim its owners have continued to flout regulations. A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge continued a hearing Thursday...
  • Council passes budget

    CITY HALL — The City Council on Tuesday passed a new $809-million budget that counts on millions of dollars in employee concessions to avoid further cuts to city services. The $3 million in planned employee salary and benefit concessions are a...
  • Utility officials unfazed by rejection

    Utility officials unfazed by rejection
    Local utility officials say they aren't fazed by a decision from Maryland energy regulators who, citing unfair charges to customers, rejected a smart meter project similar to those being implemented in Burbank and Glendale. Baltimore Gas and Electric...
  • Roosevelt Middle renovations under way

    Roosevelt Middle renovations under way
    SOUTH GLENDALE— Enter Lynn Marso's office and see what's in store for Roosevelt Middle School next year and beyond. A map of the school grounds consumes much of the principal's shelf space, and she's quick to point out how renovations beginning...
  • Firefighters agree to concessions

    Glendale firefighters have agreed to salary and benefit concessions that will save the city more than $3 million in the next three years, city officials announced Tuesday. The Glendale Firefighter's Assn. voted to approve the tentative contract, which...
  • Verdugo Road hair salon burglarized

    MONTROSE — A hair salon on Monday was the latest victim in a recent trend of burglaries in north Glendale, officials said. Witnesses reported the break-in at Hair Studio, 3720 N. Verdugo Road, about 8:54 a.m. Monday to Glendale police, stating...
  • Mailbag: Give students more reasons to learn history

    I agree with Patricia Massie, ("Country is lacking of patriotism," June 30) in that some people know nothing about U.S. history. The U.S. government should provide better budgets for schools in order to offer more history classes at different levels of...
  • Mailbag: No choice but to raise water rates

    I am writing this letter regarding the June 29 article titled "Water rate may rise," which covers city officials' desire to increase the net rate for an average $2.35 more per month for most residents. I strongly agree with this decision. Taking into...
  • Controller blasts governor's cut

    Only a few minutes after being ordered to reduce the pay of 316,000 state workers to $7.25 an hour, California State Controller John Chiang appeared before the Glendale Kiwanis and explained why he opposed Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's drastic budget...
  • Contract talks stalled, police say

    Contract talks stalled, police say
    CITY HALL — The Glendale Police Officers Assn. took the City Council to task Friday for refusing to accept proposed salary and benefit concessions that union officials say would save the city about $4 million in the next several years. Union...