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  • Neighborhood suggested for historic designation

    CITY HALL — City officials overwhelmingly backed a request to start the process of designating 179 North Cumberland Heights homes as a historic district. The Historic Preservation Commission on Monday agreed with proponents that the neighborhood...
  • Maldonado drops by Brand Boulevard

    Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado on Wednesday stopped at Porto's Bakery on North Brand Boulevard to shake hands with customers and pick up some of the Cuban eatery's most famous menu items — potato balls. Maldonado, a former state senator appointed to...
  • New Horizons' troubles bared

    CITY HALL — At the same time New Horizons Family Center was facing mounting financial problems with little money for a new building, city officials continued to dole out hundreds of thousands in limited federal funding to the project, records and...
  • Where were the questions about New Horizons?

    The financial troubles of New Horizons Family Center have been well documented, exposing a major weakness at City Hall, where the nonprofit enjoyed a seemingly favored status in asking for money to help fund ambitious expansion plans. No one can deny...
  • City padlocks Montrose Collection

    CITY HALL — City officials on Friday padlocked a controversial Montrose banquet hall to bar it from operating, but its owner vowed to continue fighting the city. City officials in June filed a complaint against the Montrose Collection Restaurant...
  • City employees forced to take pay cuts

    The City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to end an impasse with the city's largest employee union by imposing a contract featuring salary reductions as well as reduced salaries and retirement benefits for new hires even as employees packed the City...
  • Gangs of wrappers

    NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Streets along Kenneth Village sparkled Monday morning after dozens of residents worked to clean up candy wrappers left behind by trick-or-treaters on Halloween night. Residents and Hoover High School students volunteered...
  • Job loss cannot be forgotten

    Has Robert Morrison really lived in California during the last 40 years ("Easy decisions on election day," Oct. 27)? Gov. Jerry Brown had a negative record as his appointment of Rose Bird to the state Supreme Court, and his nickname "Governor Moonbeam"...
  • Weary voters glad it's over

    Many voters Tuesday expressed relief that a campaign season filled with record expenditures and negative political ads was drawing to an end. With epic battles to replace Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and unseat Sen. Barbara Boxer drawing two wealthy...
  • Council wants stronger law

    CITY HALL — Spurred by a recent court ruling from a judge who took issue with the city's attempt to shut down a controversial banquet hall, the City Council is moving to strengthen city laws. Under state law, the city has the right to petition...
  • City Council to review New Horizons grant

    City Council members on Tuesday called for a review as to why a local nonprofit received hundreds of thousands in federal funding at the same time it was facing mounting financial problems. The request came after the Glendale News-Press reported on the...
  • Pacific Park pool approved

    CITY HALL — After years of planning and several designs, Glendale will finally get a municipal public pool at Pacific Park after the City Council this week approved the project. The City Council voted 4 to 1 on Tuesday to approve a $4.1-million...