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Glendale (Los Angeles, California)

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  • H. Florene Gardner

    H. Florene Gardner, 88, passed away peacefully on Thursday, June 9, 2011, in Camarillo, after a brief illness. Florene was born in Holdenville, Oklahoma, on August 23, 1922, to Homer and Opal Robb.  The family would eventually move to California and...
  • Ruth E. Granaas

      Ruth E. Granaas passed away peacefully in her sleep on May 11, 2011; just two months shy of her 101st birthday.  She was preceded in death by her husband William J. Granaas, her brother William E Harwood, her granddaughter Sandra Lee Frankel and her...
  • Kent A. Berge

    Kent A. Berge
     Kent A. Berge of Costa Mesa, California died unexpectedly on May 31, 2011.  Born on July 21, 1931 in Glendale, California, Kent spent his early years in Arcadia, California and graduated from Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte High School.  He served in the Navy on...
  • Man guilty of killing wife, microwaving pet dog

    A 46-year-old Glendale man who killed his wife and microwaved his Pomeranian before fleeing the state was found guilty Wednesday of second-degree murder, officials said. Jurors deliberated for less than two days before finding John Levin guilty of...
  • Glendale Man Guilty of Killing Wife, Microwaving Dog

    Glendale Man Guilty of Killing Wife, Microwaving Dog
    GLENDALE, Calif. (KTLA) -- Authorities say a Glendale man who stabbed his wife to death and killed his dog by microwaving it has been found guilty of second-degree murder. John Levin, 46, was found guilty Wednesday in the Sept. 8, 2009 murder of his wife...
  • `We're all going to bigger and better things'

    `We're all going to bigger and better things'
    Minutes before graduating, seniors at Clark Magnet High School took pictures and adjusted one another’s green caps and tassels before lining up. Among those was Sayonika Mohanta, 18, who was named the class salutatorian for earning a 4.47 grade-...
  • Local jobless rates worsen slightly in May

    The unemployment rates in Burbank and Glendale worsened slightly in May, eroding gains made the month before, according to the latest jobs report released Friday. In Burbank, the jobless rate increased slightly to 9.7% in May from 9.6% in April,...
  • Nearly 30% of city employees make at least $100K

    As officials continue to press for millions in concessions from the city’s employee unions, records show nearly 30% of Glendale’s municipal workforce earned $100,000 or more last year — a burden shared by cities statewide that experts...
  • Rose float on the chopping block

    Rose float on the chopping block
    Glendale could find itself off the Rose Parade route if the City Council goes through with ceasing its $130,000 commitment to build the annual float — ending the city’s status as the second-longest-running entrant. The potential funding cut...
  • Political Landscape: Schiff still fighting for genocide resolution

    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) and other advocates for a congressional resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide are taking a new tack this year, seeking both a genocide recognition vote and approval of a measure condemning religious discrimination...
  • Rotarians and Lions present scholarships

    The Crescenta-Cañada Rotary Club continued its tradition of recognizing outstanding graduating seniors from Crescenta Valley and La Cañada high schools. The Rotarians held a Scholarship Awards Dinner for the seniors this year at the La Cañada Country...
  • Home of the Week: A foothill estate built for grand entertaining

    Home of the Week: A foothill estate built for grand entertaining
    A 1929 Spanish Colonial Revival in La Cañada Flintridge, built for entertaining on a grand scale, served as the summer home for George Grant Hoag, an early vice president of J.C. Penney Co. Original blueprints, held by the current owners, show that the...