Monthly Archives: February, 2021

Family Promise to Host Drive-In Concert April 10

On the evening of Aug. 10, 2019, when John Waite performed his 1984 hit “Missing You” as a finale to the Starlight Bowl’s summer...

Residents Remember Fry’s Following Closure

Fry’s Electronics closed its stores nationwide on Wednesday, prompting Burbank residents to lament the loss of a local location famed for its elaborate sci-fi...

Inoculation Distribution Inequities Show in County Data

Los Angeles County has administered nearly 2 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, making the light at the end of the tunnel shine a...

Obituary | Renay Adella Ciemiega Wallace

Renay Adella Ciemiega Wallace was born February 28, 1931 in Illinois and passed away peacefully at her home in Glendale on January 7, 2021...

Obituary | Richard “Dick” Heyes

Richard “Dick” Heyes enjoyed a long and happy life as a Glendale, California resident since his birth on March 31, 1925. He passed away...

Obituary | June (Jackie) Lillian Thompson

June (Jackie) Lillian Thompson, 88 yrs., passed away peacefully in her sleep at her Ashland home February 5, 2021, surrounded by her husband of...

Students Joyously Return to SMUSD Campuses

“I am so excited … it’s my first time here in real life!” “I have waited so long for this!” The old adage declaring that “out...

The Grad Night ‘Circus’ Is Coming to Town

As COVID-19 restrictions begin to loosen, San Marino High School’s senior class celebrated a doozy of a milestone when the Grad Night theme was...

New Data Shows 27% of City Has Been Vaccinated

A new addition to the county’s breakdown of coronavirus data by city and community now indicates how many vaccinations against the disease have been...

Yen’s Mission Now to Pilot Perseverance on Mars

Preparation is one of the chief watchwords for those in the field of engineering, so it came as somewhat of a surprise when Dr....
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