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A new apartment complex in downtown Glendale is betting that young city dwellers will pay a premium for units as small as 375 square feet in order to have access to a variety of amenities and live in the heart of the city. The 208-unit, seven-story Elevé...
Tags: Google Inc., Apartments, Rentals
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...
While diversity at City Hall has increased over the past 10 years, the number of whites continues to dominate the top of the totem pole, according to a biennial report on city employee demographics. But even at the top, it’s slowly shifting....
When it comes to the concept of a feeder program to funnel youth football players into its high school ranks, Glendale has been going hungry for some time now. Whether it's in the Pacific League or the CIF Southern Section at large, the football teams at...
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...
They do things “Filipino-style” at Holy Family Catholic Church. They call Mary by her Filipino name — Our Lady of Perpetual Help — and have a Filipino choir. Seventy percent of the parish's population is Filipino. And it's growing...
Jon "The Bullet" Bales doesn't even bother guessing how many medals he's won over the years — there are too many of them. He has boxes filled with them and the walls of his Glendale home proudly display plenty more. Bales, at the age of 67, has...
About a year ago, Councilman Ara Najarian moved four miles south from his home on a quiet, tree-lined street in the Montecito Park area in North Glendale to the denser city center. “I see the parking issue first-hand. I see the noise issue first-...
Tags: Elections, Minority Groups, Voting, Politics, Local Elections
Elena Kagan's successful confirmation to the Supreme Court "would result in six Roman Catholic and three Jewish justices. Many argue that because Protestantism remains America's largest religious affiliation, the top court should have at least one...
The percentage of minority students enrolled in Glendale Unified during 2009-10 increased to 43%, up from 41% the previous year, according to a recently released racial and ethnic survey. "Demographics are changing, our minority population is up a...
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...
For cornerback D.J. Hayden, the ability to thrive in one-on-one situations sets him apart. It was teamwork, though, that saved his life. Hayden, drafted 12th overall by the Oakland Raiders last month, nearly died on the University of Houston...
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