Monthly Archives: May, 2021

BPD Arrests Two on Suspicion of Murder Attempt

Two suspects were arrested this week in suspicion of trying to shoot and kill a man in Burbank on April 27. Burbank police detectives conducted...

BUSD: Committed to In-Person Student Instruction

The Burbank Unified School District isn’t content with the new normal. After enduring the COVID-19 pandemic for more than a year, Superintendent Matt Hill...

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Talks Elicit Viable Pathways

Diversity, equity and inclusion are three words that can easily be defined separately, but together as an initiative can stir up a lengthy discourse. “I...

Grocery, Drug Store Workers Could Get Hazard Pay

After intense debate, the Burbank City Council appears poised to pass a temporary wage increase for grocery and drug store workers later this month...

Residents Reach 60% Vaccination Rate, But Shots Slowing

Just over 60% of Burbank’s residents had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccination as of this week, but county data shows...

La Salle Crystal Ball to Honor Faculty and Staff

La Salle will host its online Crystal Ball honoring its faculty and staff on Saturday, May 15. Chaired by Jacky Samartin, Jennifer Gowen and...

Biden’s Recognition of Armenian Genocide Praised in Burbank

Burbank representatives and a local Armenian community group are commending President Joe Biden’s recent recognition of the Armenian Genocide. Biden’s announcement was the first made...
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