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  • Baffled by mention of 'Armenian officers'

    I am a little surprised at the mention of "Armenian police officers" in your article, "Forum talks police panel" (Feb. 15). I had always thought that for one to be a member of the Glendale Police Department, one had to be an American citizen. Are...
  • S. Korea pursues closer ties with Glendale

    S. Korea pursues closer ties with Glendale
    Korean cities are flocking to Glendale in hopes of creating business and cultural relationships with a city better known for its connection to Armenia. In fact, so many Korean cities have wanted to set up an official “sister city”...
  • Ron Kaye: Brains, talent, too much ambition

    Ron Kaye: Brains, talent, too much ambition
    In the costliest and most vicious City Council race of the Los Angeles election season, the battle for Hollywood has shattered beliefs about Armenian solidarity, with Paul Krekorian's role seen as causing deep rifts in the community. Little Armenia in...
  • Ron Kaye: Zareh Sinanyan admits racist remarks, expresses regret

    Ron Kaye: Zareh Sinanyan admits racist remarks, expresses regret
    It was a week Zareh Sinanyan will never forget. The man who left the Soviet Republic of Armenia as a 14-year-old a quarter century ago took his seat as a Glendale City Councilman on Monday, faced harsh criticism from residents during public comment on...
  • Think Again: U.S. missteps hurt credibility abroad

    With the recent celebration of the 21st anniversary of Armenia’s independence, we should note that Americans of Armenian descent have helped, participated or, in many instances, just watched from the sidelines as the country has tried to stabilize...
  • Turkey grounds Syria-bound plane from Armenia

    A plane headed from Armenia to Syria was grounded Monday at an airport in Turkey, less than a week after the country intercepted another Syria-bound plane. The plane, described as being on a civilian humanitarian aid mission, was grounded in the...
  • Turning money into homes

    Habitat for Humanity representatives from Yerevan, Armenia, stopped in Glendale this week, kicking off a two-week, three-city tour to raise $185,000 for affordable housing in Armenia. “The diaspora should worry about what's happening with the...
  • Glendale City Council hopefuls feel the heat at forum

    The final City Council candidate forum Wednesday was perhaps the most direct in calling candidates out on their perceived faults. From having Councilwoman Laura Friedman defend her voting record to asking longtime City Hall critic Herbert Molano how he...
  • Congratulations to re-elected Armenian president spark Burbank hunger strike

    Congratulations to re-elected Armenian president spark Burbank hunger strike
    Ara Manoogian hadn’t eaten for nine days as of Monday, and he was prepared to go without food for weeks, or even months, more. Camped in an RV parked outside Rep. Adam Schiff’s Burbank office, Manoogian said his hunger strike was in protest...
  • Glendale man returns from Armenia on $1.1-million arrest warrant

    A 29-year-old Glendale man who was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport upon returning from Armenia on an outstanding $1.1-million arrest warrant pleaded not guilty this week to drugs and theft related charges, officials said. The man, Alen...
  • Society honors those who preserve the past

    Society honors those who preserve the past
    The Glendale Historical Society recognized those who have made strides in preserving the treasured past of the city during a summer meeting Aug. 18 at the Alex Theatre. President Greg Grammer presented the awards. The Armenian Consulate in Los Angeles,...
  • Crowd protests killer's release

    Crowd protests killer's release
    Roughly 400 people protested Thursday outside the consulates of Hungary and Azerbaijan, decrying the release and pardon of an Azerbaijani soldier convicted of killing an Armenian military officer with an ax. The murder of Gurgen Markarian occurred in...