Monthly Archives: June, 2021

Connie Humberger | OBITUARY

Connie Humberger died at her home in Glendale on May 25, 2021 at the age of 91. The only child of Spaniards Maria Rivas...

Tinhorn Flats Evicted from Property

Tinhorn Flats Saloon and Grill has been evicted from its site by the property owner — the restaurant owner’s former wife — according to...

Making Memories at Starlight Bowl Summer Concerts

In the moment, a summer evening at Burbank’s hillside Starlight Bowl is one for family, friends and couples to enjoy a picnic dinner and...

Proposal Would Permit Supportive Housing in Single-Family Zones

The Burbank City Council recently voted to move toward updating the local zoning code to allow the construction of service-supported housing in single-family zones...

Local Women Honored by State Senator

State Sen. Anthony Portantino recently saluted his district’s “women heroes of the pandemic” during a virtual ceremony, and at least five of the honorees...

Drive-Thru Resource Event for Students Returns in August

Though many students finished the school year just weeks ago, local nonprofits are already preparing for their annual Back to School event. Traditionally, the August...

Governor Expected to Reopen State Economy Tuesday

California is set next week to reopen. Burbank resident Daniel Cota said he plans to lock down. On Tuesday, June 15, Gov. Gavin Newsom is...

Memorial Pays Tribute to Burbank COVID-19 Victims

When Marcos Lutyens started making felt roses in honor of the Americans who had died from COVID-19, the death toll was at about 180,000...

Ramon Lewis Steelsmith

Ramon Lewis Steelsmith, 92, passed away quietly in Hot Springs, Ark. May 13, 2021. Born November 20, 1928 in Bloomington, IL, the son of...

Old Mill Celebrates Re-Opening

The Old Mill Foundation re-opened its doors to the community during a Grand Re-Opening Party. The Old Mill celebrated its members for continuing to...
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