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  • Verdugo Views: Weston story wakes up local memories

    Verdugo Views: Weston story wakes up local memories
    Edward Weston has been the topic several times in the 10-plus years I've been writing Verdugo Views. And, each time, the Weston name gets noticed. The Jan. 12 column on Ivan Forbes' memories of living across the street from the Weston family was no...
  • Glendale firefighters contain blaze to third-floor apartment

    Firefighters were able to contain a fire in a third-story apartment unit from spreading Tuesday afternoon, officials said. Fire crews arrived about 3:35 p.m. to find flames rising from the third-floor apartment window in the 600 block of East Chevy...
  • Bear spotted in Glendale Wednesday in Chevy Chase Canyon neighborhood

    A large bear was spotted early Wednesday outside a home in the Chevy Chase Canyon neighborhood in Glendale, police said. Residents saw the bear at about 6:27 a.m. three feet away from their home’s front window in the 3000 block of Buckingham Road,...
  • Elected officials, voter participation and North Glendale all go together

    Elected officials, voter participation and North Glendale all go together
    North Glendale has historically been the cradle from which elected officials hail. It’s also home to the neighborhoods with some of the highest voter participation rates. All the current City Council members live north of the freeway and in the...
  • Bear haunts Chevy Chase Canyon in search of the good life

    Just as the memory of "Meatball," Glendale's favorite bear, may be fading, it appears a new bruin has taken to the city. And this black bear — described as 3 to 4 feet tall and weighing about 200 pounds — has a fondness for hummingbird...
  • Rim of the Valley would be too big

    In the Jan. 10 Glendale News-Press was an article titled “Rim of the Valley draws support.” I do not believe the supporters know the whole story. The proposed new national park covers an area two-thirds the size of Yosemite National Park....
  • Police search for motorist who fled from police

    Police have set up a perimeter near Descanso Gardens in search of a motorist who reportedly fled from officers. Police officers have closed off streets surrounding Descanso and Chevy Chase drives in La Canada Flintridge and are searching for the...
  • A Small Press, Specializing in New Fiction, Blooms in West Hartford

    A Small Press, Specializing in New Fiction, Blooms in West Hartford
    Dan Pope had every intention of becoming a lawyer. The West Hartford native graduated law school, passed the bar and began practicing the trade. There was only one problem: he always knew, deep inside, he was a writer. Not just a weekend hobbyist but a...
  • Glendale police call off search for man in La Cañada

    Glendale police call off search for man in  La Cañada
    Police called off the search for a motorist who they say appeared to be surveying possible home burglary targets Tuesday before fleeing. Officers were unable to find the motorist even after searching a nearby wash and his parent’s home in the...
  • Council candidates Sam Engel and Edith Fuentes take heat at forum

    City Council candidates on the campaign trail have lobbed critiques at city employees, bashing their pensions and salaries, and, at a campaign forum Wednesday, their ability to serve on the council. Two retired city employees, Sam Engel and Edith...
  • Woman killed crossing Central Avenue

    A  19-year-old motorist was arrested late Tuesday after he allegedly struck and killed an elderly Burbank woman in North Glendale while under the influence of marijuana, police said. The 81-year-old woman, Kenarik Thomassian Shamlian, was pronounced dead...
  • Verdugo Views: Long-ago memories of a famous neighbor

    Verdugo Views: Long-ago memories of a famous neighbor
    Ivan Forbes was in the audience recently when Beth Gates Warren, author of “Artful Lives: Edward Weston, Margrethe Mather and the Bohemians of Los Angeles” spoke at the Glendale Central Library. Warren's book focuses on what she called...