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Glendale (Los Angeles, California)

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  • Fast track to safety: Metrolink's new collapsible cars

     
    Trying to shed a record of deadly accidents, Southern California's Metrolink system recently unveiled the nation's first commuter train cars designed to better protect riders and crews with crash-absorbing, collapsible impact zones. Akin to the...
  • Los Angeles man charged in alleged puppy napping

     
    A Los Angeles man was charged Tuesday with robbery after he allegedly snatched a 2-month-old English bulldog from a 15-year-old boy who was walking the puppy, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. Henry Albiter, 23, faces one.......
  • Palihouse announces new chef Gary Menes

     
    When Marche in Sherman Oaks closed this month, those of us who track such things wondered where chef Gary Menes would be cooking next. Palihouse Holloway, the West Hollywood boutique hotel, has announced that Menes will be executive chef at......
  • Glendale hopes to derail 710 Freeway tunnel proposal

     
    Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian on Thursday will try to block a proposed tunnel extension of the 710 Freeway from moving into the environmental study phase.The decades-long controversy surrounding the proposed "gap closure" of the 710 and the 210 freeways...
  • Wines to go with barbecue: tastings at Rosso Wine Shop, Silverlake Wine

     
    What wines to go with ribs, burgers and potato salad? To help you find out, Rosso Wine Shop in Glendale and Silverlake Wine are holding tastings of barbecue-friendly wines this weekend. Rosso Wine Shop's picks: Jean-Francois Fayel Costieres de Nimes......
  • Another dangerous fire season prompts warning from firefighters

     
    With last year's deadly Station fire still in mind, fire officials this week are warning residents who live in foothill communities of another potentially bad fire season, urging them to have a family evacuation plan at the ready. The danger......
  • Officials call rail crossing dangerous, but businesses oppose closing it

     
    Business owners oppose closing a railroad crossing along San Fernando Road that officials have deemed unsafe, arguing it would choke off customer access and create a whole new set of safety concerns. Metrolink and Glendale officials renewed longstanding...
  • General Growth Properties quits third-party mall management

     
    General Growth Properties Inc., owner of the Glendale Galleria and other large Southland shopping centers, said Monday that it has agreed to immediately hand over its third-party management business to real estate services giant Jones Lang LaSalle Inc....
  • A 'Brown Bailout' for UPS is more like a FedEx shackling

     
    What can brown do for you? Some think it should be: What can your government do for brown? Opposition to an otherwise innocuous reauthorization bill from the Federal Aviation Administration is showing up around the web. The United Parcel Service......
  • Schools' financial struggles continue

    Schools' financial struggles continue
    GLENDALE — Nineteen months since congressional Democrats passed the $787-billion stimulus and recovery bill, local school districts continue to fend off budget cuts and protect employee jobs. In other words, they're not out of the woods. In...
  • Caltrans begins construction on I-5 corridor

    State and local officials on Monday broke ground on a $140.2-million project to add carpool lanes to a congested portion of the Golden State (5) Freeway. Nearly 10 miles from the Interstate 5 Burbank Boulevard offramp and 13 from the Colorado Street...
  • It's a stormy transfer climate for GCC students

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — When Hayk Rostomyan applied to UCLA after graduating from Glendale High School last year, the response put him on a different track. A letter informed him that admissions staff recommended he further his education elsewhere and...