As we recently reported, this coming New Year’s Day will mark the first time in a century that the city of Glendale will not send a float down Pasadena’s famed stretch of Colorado Boulevard. City officials have been cutting back on funds for a Rose Parade float for some time now and this year they completely dropped it.
More than 2,000 people participated in Burbank Community YMCA’s fifth annual Turkey Trot on Thursday morning and, for some Burbank residents, it’s become a part of family Thanksgiving celebrations.
Salvation Army Burbank Corps opened its doors to the community for a free Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings on Wednesday after a four-year absence from holding the event.
Thousands of deal seekers flocked to the Glendale Galleria on Thursday as Black Friday once again encroached on Thanksgiving with many stores opening as early as dinnertime.
A Sig Alert was issued Friday afternoon after a two-car collision blocked two lanes of the northbound Golden State (5) Freeway in Burbank, authorities said.
Glendale and La Crescenta together make an appealing size for a community — big enough to be interesting and small enough to be knowable, with many resources to meet the needs of children and families.
For the third time in the last four seasons, the Crescenta Valley High girls’ water polo team will have a new coach.
We’ve counted our blessings this week and now look ahead to sharing with friends, colleagues and loved ones the wonderful if hectic weeks ahead, when Christmas and Hanukkah shine their own unique lights on the final month of 2014.
Not long ago while editing a series of articles, I noticed that the writer had strange ideas about where to put adverbs. Many were placed before the verbs and some before the subjects, too.
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