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Glendale (Los Angeles, California)

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  • Police report

    The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. AREA 1 100 block of West Garfield Avenue Eduardo Macias, 42, was arrested Oct. 1 on suspicion of being drunk in public. West California Street and North...
  • Health care coordination urged

    GLENDALE — Better coordination of health and social services available in Glendale is a top priority to better battle local health issues, a group of community leaders said Wednesday. Several dozen representatives from local health-care and...
  • Start the Presses: Notes from Around Town

     Start the Presses: Notes from Around Town
    In a recent car commercial, a couple wander around an area easily identified (to locals anyhow) as downtown Burbank. They pass by the Market City Café and Gourmet 88, among others, before deciding on an unidentified meal at an unnamed spot lit by neon....
  • Officials bond during State of the Schools

    GLENDALE — Officials on Thursday touted the success of the $186-million bond during the annual State of the Schools address, but laid the public relations groundwork for another round of taxpayer-funded assistance. The Measure K bond, approved...
  • Police cite drivers for chatting, texting

    Dozens of Glendale motorists caught chatting or texting were cited during this week's crackdown against distracted drivers, police said. Seven Glendale Police Department traffic officers cited 56 motorists for talking on a cell phone while driving,...
  • Six generations of Maiers lived in Glendale

    Six generations of Maiers lived in Glendale
    The power of the press led Joseph Maier to Glendale. Born in 1845 near Stuttgart, Germany, the young boy read about the California Gold Rush and dreamed of coming to the United States. He and his wife, Fanny, arrived in 1873. Their two sons, Fred and...
  • Shot in the arm during flu season

    SOUTH GLENDALE — Growing older takes plenty of maintenance and doctor visits, a routine that 64-year-old Arthur Loya is well-acquainted with. The Vietnam War veteran frequents several medical facilties for checkups and works out to maintain a...
  • Singer pleads guilty in cocaine case

    A 21-year-old pop singer for the group Girlicious pleaded guilty this week to a felony possessing cocaine charge after Glendale police in March reportedly found more than a dozen small packages of cocaine in her purse. Natalie Mejia, a Diamond Bar...
  • Vaqueros gear up for passing attack

    GLENDALE — It's halfway through the season and the Glendale Community College football team is still searching for its first victory. One of the main weaknesses for the Vaqueros throughout has been trying to stop the passing game. Now, they will...
  • Vaqs get mixed results

    GLENDALE — On a loopy, grassy course near the outskirts of Sea World and the Pacific Ocean, the Glendale Community College men's and women's cross-country teams tuckered out. Glendale college Coach Eddie Lopez saw it unfold during each race at the...
  • Dog park goes to county officials

    LA CRESCENTA — Local dog owners could soon have an off-leash area for their furry friends if the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, as expected Tuesday, approve a dog park here after years of community rallying. Supervisors are expected to...
  • Fire destroys home during project

    A house fire first reported by a 10-year-old boy on Monday eventually destroyed the home, displacing a family and their five dogs. The fire in the 3400 block of Las Palmas Avenue, reported at about 3:40 p.m., started in the attic as construction crews...