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  • Gatto offers potentially sunny budget forecast

    Gatto offers potentially sunny budget forecast
    Lawmakers will not approve a state budget for weeks and may not complete one until after the November election, Assemblyman Mike Gatto told a crowd of 30 Saturday in Glendale. Gatto's forecast came during a town hall meeting in which he touted...
  • Local Democrats reign

    Local Democrats reign
    Three Democratic incumbents representing Glendale and Burbank were well on their way to victory in early returns Tuesday night, even as their party took a beating around the country. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank), Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) and...
  • Incumbents keep their seats

    A Republican wave broke over the nation Tuesday, but it didn't reach Glendale or Burbank. Final results for the three races in the region showed Democrat incumbents waltzed back into office by nearly 2-1 margins. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) took 65% of...
  • Ramani undecided about election

    While Sunder Ramani's name will appear on the ballot in November, his campaign staff says it is not yet clear whether the Republican nominee for the 43rd Assembly District will actively run against Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake). In June, Gatto defeated...
  • Putting the nation's interests first

    Now that the midterm elections are behind us, I want to thank my constituents for the continued opportunity to serve. I first ran for office because I wanted to ensure that the country we pass on to our children is even better and stronger than the...
  • Taking letter writer's memory to task

    Regarding Francis Adams' recent letter ("Glendalian is not in Kansas anymore," Nov. 11), first of all, us "no-brain Californians" actually fought off a Republican from buying the governorship for roughly $141 million of her own money. If you can...
  • Najarian is on the right side of 710 debate

    Regarding the Nov. 1 letter "710 extension would improve Glendale traffic," Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian is not doing a disservice to the city over which he presides. To the contrary, I believe he is acting in the best interests of all Glendalians,...
  • Political Landscape: Pelosi hoped to recognize Armenian geocide

    This year House Speaker Nancy Pelosi indicated she would do everything in her power to bring to a vote the legislation recognizing the Armenian Genocide at the hands of Ottoman Turks in 1915. But Pelosi's power is much diminished since the Nov. 2...
  • Briefly In The News: City Clerk talks elections

    Glendale City Clerk Ardy Kassakhian on Thursday is scheduled to appear live on "The Larry Zarian Show" to discuss what voters can expect at the polls June 8. On that day, voters will choose winner of the special runoff election for the 43rd Assembly...
  • Mailbag: Keep elementary music program

    I am encouraging support for the instrumental music program in Glendale elementary schools ("Save elementary music program," May 18). Glendale Unified School District has 20 elementary schools, and all of them are served by four teachers. These teachers...
  • 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...
  • History comes to life

    History comes to life
    Abraham Lincoln reminded 35 fifth-graders at Incarnation Parish School on Thursday that with hard work, not only could they be future presidents, but history might celebrate them forever. For the 54th time this year, J.P. Wammack, a La CaƱada...