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  • 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...
  • 'Community' review: Freak flag still flying

    'Community' review: Freak flag still flying
    It's never easy to be the fan of a TV show that isn't in the Top 10 and gets shoved around more than a nerd in a locker room. But it's been a particularly bumpy ride for fans of NBC's "Community" over the past four years. The zany sitcom about a study...
  • Palmer Park gets green light for new playground, other upgrades

    A popular 2.8-acre park in one of the most densely populated neighborhoods in Glendale is set to get a major makeover by next year. City officials plan to install new playground and exercise equipment, update the picnic areas and improve the restrooms...
  • Verdugo Views: Friend's scar inspires a teacher to write

    Verdugo Views: Friend's scar inspires a teacher to write
    Jane Hancock and her family moved to a house on Edmonton Road in 1961. “I fell in love with the house and the neighborhood the moment I saw it.” The weekend after they moved in, their neighbors invited them to a party and there she met Jean...
  • More construction slated for Glendale railway corridor

    More construction slated for Glendale railway corridor
    Glendale plans to begin construction on two railroad crossings in the San Fernando Road corridor in March, continuing a years-long effort to create a section of railway in which trains won’t have to blow their horns. Pushed by residential noise...
  • Madeline A. Sardo July 22, 1917 - February 13, 2013

    Madeline A. Sardo July 22, 1917 - February 13, 2013
    Madeline A. Sardo was born July 22, 1917, in Boston, Massachusetts. Her parents, Angela and Carmine Marano came from Italy to Boston just after the turn of the century. Madeline attended St. Mary’s School in Boston. As a child, she studied violin...
  • Two serious crashes tie up Glendale intersections

    Two serious crashes tie up Glendale intersections
    Emergency responders in Glendale were kept busy Monday morning with two major vehicle accidents, including one in which a small sedan rammed into the side of a building, injuring two people. In that crash, the sedan went into the side of a building at...
  • Separate Glendale crashes cause injuries, snarl Monday commute

    Separate Glendale crashes cause injuries, snarl Monday commute
    The morning commute proved to be challenging Monday after two separate traffic crashes -- including a car that smashed into a glass storefront -- tied up public safety resources and resulted in several injuries. Of the five people who sustained...
  • Ballot box found strewn in Glendale street on election night, police say

    Glendale police on Tuesday night seized an open red ballot box that was found strewn on the roadway at Chevy Chase Drive, officials said. The ballot box, which was discovered about 9:20 p.m. on Chevy Chase Drive, fell off the top of a car of an inspector...
  • National Lampoon bringing new sketch show to L.A.

    National Lampoon bringing new sketch show to L.A.
    National Lampoon, one of the most recognizable names in comedy, but one that has seen its brand image suffer in recent years, is getting back into the stage business with a brand new production -- "Sketches from the National Lampoon" at the Hayworth...
  • Second dead deer found in same Glendale area, cause of death unconfirmed

    Authorities said on Tuesday they have not confirmed whether a dead deer -- the second such find in the canyons of East Glendale recently -- was killed by a mountain lion or coyote. A Glendale resident found the remains of the small deer Tuesday...
  • Small Wonders: Celebrating the exuberant life of a friend

    Small Wonders: Celebrating the exuberant life of a friend
    It's just another tragic news story until it's about someone you know. If you read the Glendale News-Press last week you saw a story about a man who closed the book on his life by jumping from the Glendale (2) Freeway overpass above Chevy Chase Drive....