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  • Cats race past Hart

    BURBANK — At the beginning of last season, Jasper Hwang wasn't familiar with the up-tempo offensive system run by the Renaissance Academy basketball team. He's making sure that he's on top of things this summer so things run smoothly next season....
  • Creating quilts for tornado victims

    Tornado victims in Joplin, Mo., will be able to warm themselves with a few extra quilts this month. Members of the Quilt Guild of Glendale spread out their quilt-making tools in anticipation of a day of drop-in helpers on May 28 at the Shakespeare Club in...
  • Rebel trio gets hand from Prep League

    GLENDALE — Even as Prep League play began in early April, the Flintridge Prep boys' volleyball team was still attempting to jell, having barely gotten its core lineup together on the court for the first time. Prominent Rebels starters Kenyatta...
  • Rebels garner No. 1 seed

    GLENDALE — In all his seasons of constructing a successful boys' basketball program at Flintridge Prep, Rebels Coach Garrett O'Hara has never had a team bestowed the No. 1 seed entering the CIF playoffs. That changed on Sunday when Ohara's...
  • Casey, Eagles win series

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Danny Casey (Glendale Community College, 2009) Concordia baseball senior: Casey and the Cinderella Concordia squad culminated the greatest season in program history...
  • Lessons learned for Nitros

    Lessons learned for Nitros
    SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — There were plenty of lessons to be learned when five Glendale High boys' lacrosse players stepped onto Moyse Field to compete in the third annual Pacific Lacrosse League All-Star Tournament on Saturday. Ramiro Medina, Steven...
  • Wait begins for locals in MLB Draft

    GLENDALE — After working hard to prove themselves in summer collegiate leagues and with their respective college programs during the past 12 months, a group of homegrown baseball players will now wait to hear their name called in the 2011 Major...
  • Oakmont open for qualifying

    GLENDALE — Since it opened its doors in 1922, Oakmont Country Club has hosted its share of prestigious events. The fabled club has been the site of professional and collegiate tournaments, in addition to co-hosting the state amateur championship...
  • Officials ponders use of sales tax money

    CITY HALL — City officials again are recommending that the City Council forgo setting aside sales tax revenue for public infrastructure improvements. Instead, they want that money used to help plug a projected $18-million budget deficit. Much of...
  • Tri- Cities action on deck

    GLENDALE — Having spent the past four months practicing and competing in regular season games, the attention of dozens of area Little League baseball and softball players has focused on the seven upcoming District 16 Tri-Cities Tournament of...
  • Timpson takes fourth to qualify

    GLENDALE — Having already won an individual league title in high school and helped his collegiate team advance to the state tournament, Michael Timpson added another item to his ever-impressive resumé Wednesday afternoon. Timpson needed to get...
  • Auto dealer gave back to community

    Don Packer, who owned a car dealership on Brand Boulevard for many years, was well known not just for his cars, but for his philanthropy. “He was an icon around Glendale,” said Jarrett Anderson, who was associated with him professionally...