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  • Honolulu Avenue shop owners looking to solve trash issue

    Honolulu Avenue shop owners looking to solve trash issue
    Business owners along Honolulu Avenue in Montrose are working with Glendale public works staff to remedy an ongoing trash issue that entails illegal dumping, overflowing bins and stores throwing away their garbage in the waste units of neighboring shops.
  • Intersections: A ride that changed a life

    Intersections: A ride that changed a life
    Lt. Lola Abrahamian never intended to become a police officer. She was already enjoying a fruitful and rewarding career she had had since graduating from college, but an interest in criminal law and a chance meeting with the Glendale Police Department led...

    Stats point to Glendale's most dangerous intersections

    Stats point to Glendale's most dangerous intersections
    Two of the top 10 intersections with the highest collision rates in the city are situated in Glendale’s busiest neighborhood: downtown. Police logged 43 collisions at North Brand Boulevard and Goode Avenue, which leads drivers off and onto the...

    Council votes to study bridges over the L.A. River

    Council votes to study bridges over the L.A. River
    A study on the potential construction of bridges along the Glendale Narrows area of the Los Angeles River — including one that may connect to Griffith Park — is set to begin following City Council approval this week of a $725,000 contract with...

    Learning Matters: Preparing students for the real world

    Learning Matters: Preparing students for the real world
    Employers have been talking for years about their challenges finding young employees who are ready for the workplace. They complain of high school and college graduates who lack problem-solving skills, can't work independently or don't function well on...