Monthly Archives: August, 2020

Businesses Hit by Pandemic Seek Landlord Concessions

A few months ago, Rachele Rivera was successfully running her business, a Burbank workout studio named Fitness is Art.But then the pandemic hit, forcing...

Shutdown Worsened Dental Patients’ Problems, Clinic Finds

Even though it was closed for only a few months, the Kids’ Community Dental Clinic is facing an “onslaught” of children needing care, according...

BUSD Opens With Distance Learning, Determination

School districts across the state entered largely uncharted territory this week, opening the 2020-21 academic year with distance learning due to state and county...

Officials Vigilant on Health Guidelines for Student-Athletes

As professional leagues manage their seasons amid a pandemic, youth and high school sports teams have remained sidelined due to restrictions from the state...

Overall Serious Crimes Fell, Police Stats Say

Last month, reports of crimes committed in Burbank dropped to the lowest levels since April, as some studies argue that the COVID-19 pandemic is...

Burbank Boys & Girls Club Announces New Headquarters

The Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley announced Wednesday that plans are moving forward to purchase the former Salvation Army...

After 33 Years, Beers to Exit

Glendale officials will begin searching for a new City Manager Yasmin Beers, (center) pictured here at last year’s Work Boot Tuesday event with the...

City Takes Steps to Liven Up Artsakh Avenue

The city will continue exploring specifically how to revitalize the arts and entertainment district along Artsakh Avenue that includes Glendale-owned storefronts, and will likely...

Local Disney Animation Editor Wins Emmy

There’s nothing quite like winning an Emmy during a global pandemic.Though Anthony Molina, a La Crescenta resident, feels honored and is thankful to his...

Roadwork Will Smooth Way to Rail Depot

A construction bid for transportation infrastructure improvements easing residents’ path to Glendale’s train station was awarded by the City Council this week.For $3,478,900, Long...
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