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Veterans Affairs

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  • Glendale resident appointed to serve on state community college board

    Glendale resident appointed to serve on state community college board
    Glendale resident and retired Col. Nancy Sumner was recently appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to serve on the California Community College Board of Governors, a 17-member group responsible for helping guide and set policy for the state’s 112 community colleges.
  • Wilson Middle School honors veterans

    Wilson Middle School honors veterans
    In a tribute to the sacrifices of an earlier generation, Wilson Middle School students welcomed three U.S. military veterans to campus Thursday as part of their annual Veterans Day Assembly. The guests included World War II veterans Joseph Pietroforte...

    An unexpected battle

    An unexpected battle
    Danny Baca has applied to dozens of jobs and always hears the same line: “We’ll get back to you.” But they don’t. The Glendale resident is one of several local veterans who are struggling to find employment. The jobless rate in...

    Schiff calls for immigration policy change

    Schiff calls for immigration policy change
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) met with a panel of scientists, engineers and technology firm executives recently to discuss possible changes to federal immigration policy that could boost American competitiveness in the technology sector. Schiff said he is...

    Glendale's homeless count down by about a quarter

    Glendale's homeless count down by about a quarter
    The number of homeless people on Glendale streets dropped to 299 on a one-night count, a 27% decrease compared with last year's count, according to a city report. Officials attributed the reduction to a smaller local winter shelter that cut the number of...