Monthly Archives: October, 2021

BUSD Prepares to Replace Unvaccinated Employees

First published in the Oct. 23 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The deadline for Burbank Unified School District employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19...

Outdoor Dining: Making It Permanent

First published in the Oct. 23 print issue of the Glendale News Press. They will be gone, but not for long. After removing several al fresco...

Mayor’s Address Touts Burbank’s Strength, Recovery Efforts

First published in the Oct. 23 print issue of the Burbank Leader. A mayor’s speech doesn’t usually feature a video showing the city’s top elected...

San Marino Surprises Perennial Power Peninsula

First published in the Oct. 21 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. The San Marino High School girls’ varsity tennis team prepped for tomorrow...

City Employee Group Tentatively OKs Vaccination Policy

First published in the Oct. 21 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. Negotiations between the city of San Marino and some of its employees...

‘Little Paul’ Elieff, Beloved Local Presence, Dies at 60

First published in the Oct. 21 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. Most never even knew his last name or even if he had...

John Sweeden | Obituary

John Sweeden of Burbank passed away peacefully with his mother, Marguerite, by his side. Also survived by brother, Chris Sweeden (Pam); niece Brianne Kloewer...

Walk to Defeat ALS Being Held Saturday

First published in the Oct. 21 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. For the first time ever, the Golden West Chapter of the ALS...

Beloved ‘Hauntington Breakfast’ Returns This Saturday

The planning for Huntington Middle School’s annual “Hauntington Breakfast” — “Heroes Versus Villains” — is in full swing.The community-wide event, led by co-chairs Stefanie...

SMPD Crime Report

First published in the Oct. 21 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. A residence in the 2000 block of Courtland Road was reportedly ransacked...
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