Monthly Archives: November, 2021

SMPD Remains Short-Staffed After COVID Reports

First published in the Nov. 18 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. At least three San Marino police officers who reported having COVID symptoms...

Police Need Tips in Cash Theft

First published in the Nov. 20 print issue of the Glendale News Press. Glendale police are asking for public assistance in its investigation into a...

Doctor Works to Allay Fear of COVID Vaccines for Children

First published in the Nov. 20 print issue of the Glendale News Press. Dr. Christine Mirzaian wanted to set an example for other parents. So as...

Titans’ CIF Title Is One for the Ages

First published in the Nov. 18 print issue of the San Marino Tribune. It might come as a surprise to those unfamiliar with the peculiarities...

Adventist Health Glendale Aims to Help Seniors Live Well

First published in the Nov. 13 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Live Well is a free wellness program designed to enhance senior health and...

City Seeks Input on Izay Park Improvements

First published in the Nov. 13 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Burbank’s Parks and Recreation Department is asking community members to submit their suggestions...

Day of the Dead Embraces Souls of the Past

First published in the Nov. 13 print issue of the Glendale News Press. The spirits of the departed recently returned to their loved ones for...

Amalda Rossi | Obituary

We are sad to announce the passing of Amalda Natalie Rossi on September 25, 2021. She was raised in Alhambra, CA, where she was very...

Burbank Coordinating Council’s Annual Gala Is a Success

First published in the Nov. 13 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Burbank Coordinating Council’s annual gala, hosted by UMe Credit Union, kicked off...

Waste Hauling Franchise to Eliminate Competition

First published in the Nov. 13 print issue of the Glendale News Press. By Jim Kussman, Glendale A friend of mine owns a very well-established automotive...
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