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  • Country club aims to recover

    CITY HALL — In December, Glendale Water & Power officials issued a statement celebrating the completion of a two-year, $30-million replacement of the Chevy Chase Reservoir. The statement, which announced an official groundbreaking ceremony,...
  • Mailbag: Dining at IHOP is always great

    One of the best restaurants in Glendale is IHOP. The food is excellent; never a bad meal there. The waiters and waitresses are so friendly, so pleasant, always. One of the assistant managers greets customers at the door, seats them at a table when they...
  • Liu hosts town hall

    GLENDALE — Community solutions posed Saturday to state Sen. Carol Liu about the state's budget crisis ranged from streamlining school administrators to allowing the production of hemp. The suggestions came during a town hall meeting at the...
  • Eventful term for senator

    For nearly all of state Sen. Carol Liu's term in office, she has had to deliver bad news to officials in Glendale and Burbank. Trouble began shortly after Liu's election in 2008, when the national economy went south. California state officials worked...
  • City slates federal funds

    CITY HALL — City officials on Tuesday settled on a five-year plan for spending a projected $30.2 million in federal funding for local social service programs, homeless services and affordable housing offerings. The plan outlines allocations of...
  • Cities set to work in concert

    A long-planned coalition of San Fernando government agencies on Tuesday took the last major important step to becoming a reality. Burbank and Glendale voted unanimously last year to join the San Fernando Valley Council of Governments, a regional...
  • Parents seek answers

    GLENDALE — The uncertainty next year surrounding primary-grade class sizes, the fate of 77 teachers who might lose their jobs and the fiscal state of Glendale Unified have propelled parent Myra Goethals to become more active and outspoken....
  • Landfill expansion is in the works

    CITY HALL — Officials are moving forward with an environmental study on the potential expansion of the Scholl Canyon Landfill after putting the research on hold to evaluate other options. The City Council last week allocated an additional $300,000...
  • Week In Review

    Week In Review
    CITY HALL City officials on Tuesday settled on a five-year plan for spending a projected $30.2 million in federal funding for local social service programs, homeless services and affordable housing offerings. The plan outlines allocations of the funds,...
  • Making a grand salute

    Former Secretary of the Navy Paul R. Ignatius will talk about his experiences working with President John F. Kennedy and his military service when he is the featured speaker at two Memorial Day events in Glendale. Ignatius grew up in Glendale and...
  • FACTS program awarded

    GLENDALE — A division of special education at Glendale Unified was honored by the state Friday for its innovative instructional programs. The Foothill Area Community Transition Services, or FACTS program, was selected by the California Advisory...
  • Mailbag: Union made a huge error in judgment

    What the Glendale Teachers Assn. did to Greg Krikorian's five children was unforgivable, and unthinkable. I am the aunt of these children, sister of Krikorian. When I found out that the union was going to protest at my brother's house, I thought it...