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  • Court rules in city's favor regarding school shutdown

    A California appellate court has reversed a lower court’s decision to award damages to a private Armenian school that fought to operate in Glendale after it was temporarily shut down for serious health and safety violations. The three-judge panel...
  • City of Glendale attempts to save Alex Theatre, other properties

    City of Glendale attempts to save Alex Theatre, other properties
    Glendale’s latest attempt to protect the Alex Theatre and other former redevelopment properties didn’t work — so the City Council this week decided to try a new tactic. Ever since state lawmakers in 2012 ended redevelopment, a program...
  • Judge compares ex-Glendale councilman John Drayman to Yee, Bell officials

    Judge compares ex-Glendale councilman John Drayman to Yee, Bell officials
    Before sentencing former Councilman John Drayman to one year in county jail for embezzling money from a local farmer’s market, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephen Marcus compared Drayman to other public officials who have made recent...
  • Women-only self-defense class postponed

    Women-only self-defense class postponed
    A free women-only self-defense class scheduled for this Wednesday at Glendale Community College has been postponed to an undetermined date as the city attorney continues to review the legality of excluding men from the lessons. The National Coalition...
  • Glendale resident appointed to serve on state community college board

    Glendale resident appointed to serve on state community college board
    Glendale resident and retired Col. Nancy Sumner was recently appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to serve on the California Community College Board of Governors, a 17-member group responsible for helping guide and set policy for the state’s 112...
  • Local officials express happiness with resolution observing Armenian Genocide

    Public officials in Glendale are praising a vote by the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday that passed a resolution to observe and commemorate the Armenian Genocide. Authored by committee chair Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Sen. Mark...
  • Women's defense class postponed once again

    Women's defense class postponed once again
    For the second week in a row, city officials have postponed a free self-defense class for women as the city attorney continues to review the legality of the gender-exclusive classes. The city and its Commission on the Status of Women host the popular...
  • Glendale school board weighs Sagebrush transfer

    Glendale school board weighs Sagebrush transfer
    Reaction from Glendale school board members on transferring the Sagebrush territory to La CaƱada Unified was mixed Tuesday night during the board’s first public discussion of the issue since 350 people attended a town-hall meeting last month and...
  • Intersections: Examining the self-defense class issue

    Intersections: Examining the self-defense class issue
    Two popular self-defense classes for women hosted by Glendale’s Status on the Commission of Women in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month have been postponed this month because of a letter from the National Coalition for Men that claimed the...
  • Councilman accused of sexual harassment

    Councilman accused of sexual harassment
    Lolita Gonzalves used to think of Councilman Dave Weaver as a father figure, but that was before she filed a complaint with Glendale's city attorney alleging that he groped her at a Mexican restaurant last year. Gonzalves has spoken to Los Angeles...
  • Start the Presses: An insulting case of justice denied

     Start the Presses: An insulting case of justice denied
    I got the call at about 11 p.m. Tuesday night. "Drayman is out," said the voice on the other end of the line. "Keep me out of it, but I think Drayman is out." After years of investigations, thousands of hours of work by police and prosecutors, court...
  • Glendale commemoration of Armenian Genocide features performances

    Glendale commemoration of Armenian Genocide features performances
    During a somber, yet celebratory event, Glendale students performed songs and dances as well as read poems during the 13th annual commemoration of the Armenian Genocide Monday night that brought hundreds of people to Glendale High. After Glendale High&...