Monthly Archives: June, 2021

Ann Mary Arrobio | Obituary

Ann Arrobio passed on Sunday, February 21, 2021, in the precious home that she had lived in for over 62 years. She lived in the Glenoaks...

John Burroughs Class of 2021 Celebrates

Photos by Erin Rodick Burbank Leader John Burroughs High School had 605 seniors graduate at Memorial Field on May 27. ASB President Nadaly Jones welcomed her fellow...

Foundation Helps Loving Animals — and Their Owners

In the aftermath of 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Gary Michelson, a renowned spine surgeon and prolific medical inventor, founded a nonprofit organization he called...

At Last, Community Gardens Project Takes Root Today

After more than a decade of discussion and false starts, two empty sites in Burbank are showing early signs of blooming into community gardens,...

BUSD Bolsters Policy Against Racial Slurs in School Materials

After two readings and hours of discussion, the Board of Education approved on Thursday the revision to selected board policies that bans the N-word...

YMCA’s Pioneering Effort: New LGBTQ Center

Next week will hold two “firsts” for the Burbank LGBTQ community. On Tuesday, Mayor Bob Frutos is expected to proclaim June as Pride Month for...

San Marino Favorite Son Toasts Another at Memorial Day Ceremony

Following a year off as a result of the pandemic, San Marino residents were genuinely enthused to gather in Lacy Park on Monday morning...

Chan Lin Quits School Board

Julie Chan Lin, who was elected to the San Marino Unified School District Board of Education in November and took the oath of office...

2nd Exit Complicates SMUSD’s Effort to Fill Panel

The abrupt resignation of San Marino school board member Julie Chan Lin on May 25 means the beleaguered panel now must search for not...

Taylor, Pellant Earn Softball Spirit Award

San Marino National Little League softball players Mackenzie Taylor and Tylie Pellant received the Courtney A. Miller Spirit Award on the final day of...
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