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  • City council candidates field development, pedestrian safety questions at forum

    City council candidates field development, pedestrian safety questions at forum
    The five Glendale City Council hopefuls gathered at another candidate forum Thursday and each was asked a different question with topics ranging from public safety to bettering lines of communication between city hall and residents. The candidates are...
  • Editorial: It's long past time for formal recognition

    Editorial: It's long past time for formal recognition
    Somber events commemorating the 99th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide were held this week, complete with reflections on the 1.5 million people who were slaughtered at the hands of the Ottoman Empire. We are greatly disappointed that it appears we&...
  • A new filter for trash: Glendale resident spotlights discarded trash issue via Instagram

    A new filter for trash: Glendale resident spotlights discarded trash issue via Instagram
    Picture after picture of discarded shopping carts, couches, broken TVs, even a dishwasher — all altered by colored filters — show up on the Instagram stream for a fake Glendale Visitor’s Bureau. The creator of the account,...
  • Former instructor accused of lewd acts with minor pleads no contest

    Former instructor accused of lewd acts with minor pleads no contest
    A former public safety instructor at Hoover High School accused of sexually assaulting an underage student on-campus entered a no-contest plea on Tuesday that entails some jail time and registering as a sex offender for the rest of his life. Delvon...
  • Council candidates want to slow down development in downtown Glendale

    As thousands of apartment units continue to fill downtown Glendale, all five candidates for City Council told about 130 people on Wednesday night at the first election forum this campaign season that they believe in slowing down development. “It&...
  • Local Armenian-American leaders say Turkish Prime Minister's statement falls short

    Leaders of the Armenian community in Glendale said a  statement by the Turkish Prime Minister on Wednesday offering his condolences to descendants of Armenians massacred by the Ottoman Empire nearly a century ago fell short because the country continues...
  • Genocide descendants continue to seek recognition

    Genocide descendants continue to seek recognition
    As ‎nearly 1,200 people packed the Alex Theatre on Thursday at the 13th annual commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, attendees were abuzz about a historic statement made by the Turkish Prime Minister the day prior. PHOTOS: Armenian Genocide...
  • 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"...