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Glendale this year has limited the sample ballot that goes out to all voters to just English and Armenian. But critics say officials should have kept with the prior practice of including all four major languages spoken in the city to avoid...
The Glendale Municipal Election is April 2, and if we experience another poor voter turnout, 25,000 people, or just 16.5% of the potential voters, will elect important city officials. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are 151,391 Glendale...
I'm trying to avoid controversial subjects right now. After a few weeks tackling hot-button issues — religion, politics, slumber parties — and fielding the fiery feedback, I need a breather. But with 38 days left before election day, it's...
Tags: Walmart, Google Inc., Rentals, Apple iPod, Racism
The latest statistics released by the U.S. Census Bureau this week show Glendale has taken a major economic hit since the recession began in 2007. The median household income in Glendale last year fell 15% since the recession took hold at the end of...
The daily phone calls at City Hall from people seeking affordable housing options are a constant reminder of how demand continues to outstrip supply. And with the demise of local redevelopment, officials warn there’s little chance of the trend...
Tags: Personal Income, Jerry Brown, Rentals
Glendale is graying. From 2000 to 2010, the city’s 60-and-older population grew by 16%, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau. The fastest growing age group was 60 to 64, which jumped 36%. At the same time, the youth population...
The percentage of local school-age children living in poverty is increasing even as programs designed to meet their needs erode amid ongoing federal and state budget cuts. The poverty rate among children ages 5 to 17 living within Burbank Unified...
Glendale City Council members each took home an average $40,838 in taxable pay for their part-time jobs in 2009 — about $8,300 more than what the state says a charter city of its size should be doling out. Glendale and other charter cities like...
DETROIT (AP) — New U.S. Census Bureau estimates say Detroit's population remained just above 700,000 last year. The figures show Detroit lost residents between 2011 and 2012, but the decline was at a slower pace than in previous years. Most of the...
As Joliet awaits this weekend's Electric Daisy Carnival, one of the country's biggest electronic dance music festivals, many local officials have been emphasizing economics. The festival's promoter, Insomniac, has commissioned impact studies to...
California slipped a notch in spending per public school pupil in 2011, falling to 35th among states in a year that marked the first overall drop across the nation in nearly four decades, the U.S. Census Bureau reported Tuesday. The 50 states and...
With plans to demolish 1,500 vacant houses in the next three years, Baltimore officials and the few remaining residents in largely vacant blocks are beginning the early stages of the most delicate of relationships. About 80 residents — each of...
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