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  • Intersections: Is Columbus Day worth celebrating?

    Every child who has attended elementary school in the U.S. can without a doubt recall the famous “In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue” rhyme. Though the rest of the poem is a distant memory, as adults, many of us have been exposed to...
  • Intersections: Descendants of the Tongva look to their past

    Long before Los Angeles made its name as the entertainment capital of the world and became known for traffic, diversity, great weather and coveted In-N-Out burgers, it was home to an indigenous peoples known as the Tongva, who lived and thrived in the...
  • Judge rejects Randy Adams' bid to double pension

    Judge rejects Randy Adams' bid to double pension
    A judge has rejected an effort by Bell's former police chief to more than double his pension to $510,000 a year, saying that the City Council never approved his extravagant contract and that city officials tried to keep his salary secret. Randy Adams,...
  • Affordable homes go on the market

    Affordable homes go on the market
    Fifty-seven townhomes priced between $231,700 and $315,500 — about 30% below the median price for the local market — are now available for first-time home buyers. The affordable housing development on the 300 block of West Doran Street is set...
  • Glendale puts off review of apartment smoking restrictions for one month

    Glendale officials have again postponed discussion of restricting smoking in individual apartment units, citing the need to further vet the proposals and respond to public inquiries, a city spokesman said. The City Council had been scheduled to review...
  • Op-Ed: GCC administrators are getting off easy

    I am writing in response to the Aug. 24 article, “GCC slashes budget.” If 115 classified employees are permanently reduced, it will have a damaging effect on the lowest-paid Glendale Community College employees, but even worse, for the...
  • Evans' convention story is hypocrisy

    Re: ”Rain and money occupy convention,” Aug. 29. Editor Dan Evans wrote that it was disconcerting being around so much money at the Republican convention vs the occupy RNC protesters. This is such hypocrisy. The Obama campaign's stated...
  • Students hopeful after deportation rule shift

    Students hopeful after deportation rule shift
    A Glendale Community College counselor who works extensively with undocumented students said he welcomes the spirit of a recent executive order freezing the deportation of some young illegal immigrants, but added that it will have limited effect on...
  • Council Oks Veterans Village

    Council Oks Veterans Village
    Once slated for a multifamily housing project, to be built by an affordable housing developer that the city is now suing for fraud, a central Glendale site is on its way to becoming a “Veterans Village.” With a unanimous vote, the City...
  • Glendale employee unions agree to waive salary bumps

    As Glendale plans to cut its workforce by more than 100 employees, three city unions have agreed to no salary or cost-of living increases this fiscal year, officials reported. For several years, the unions have agreed to these provisions as the city...
  • Pension overhaul is long overdue

    Gov. Jerry Brown’s pension overhaul for public employees — one of the most significant rollbacks of its kind in state history — is a huge victory for hundreds of municipalities across the state that, until now, have had to labor...
  • Randy Adams takes the Fifth 20 times at pension hearing

    Randy Adams takes the Fifth 20 times at pension hearing
    Already one of California's highest paid public pensioners, former Bell Police Chief Randy Adams this week asked a state pension panel to double his retirement pay to reflect the huge salary he received during his brief stint as the top cop in the...