Monthly Archives: September, 2021

Campaign Raises Funds for Saint Joseph’s New Facility

First published in the Sept. 25 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Icon Blue Founder Walter Hill and his wife Bonnie, who serves as the...

Drop in Local, County Unemployment Rates Reported

First published in the Sept. 25 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Burbank’s unemployment last month registered the lowest rate this year, according to recently...

Tech Week Taps Into Secrets of Success

First published in the Sept. 25 print issue of the Glendale News Press. For A.J. Abdallat, success in tech comes down to hiring the smartest...

Life at the Extremes for Titan Golfers

First published in the Sept. 23 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. Due to its traditional spot on the fall sports menu, the San...

HMS Named a Blue Ribbon School

First published in the Sept. 23 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. With most news about education still revolving around the COVID-19 pandemic or...

Police, Fire Unions Open to Vaccine Policies

First published in the Sept. 25 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Local police and fire labor groups say they will abide by vaccine and...

Students Help Turn Food Waste Into Compost

First published in the Sept. 23 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. An ambitious group of high school students from San Marino has had...

Dome-Shaped Studio Coming to Burbank

First published in the Sept. 25 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Burbank community members who’ve driven down Hollywood Way recently may have spotted an...

BPD Reviewing Officers’ Actions in Domestic Incident

First published in the Sept. 25 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Burbank Police Department said it is evaluating an incident, partially captured on...

Hiker Found Dead in Park Was Local Resident

First published in the Sept. 25 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Police have identified a woman found dead earlier this month near a Stough...
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