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  • Najarian fights 710 idea

    CITY HALL — Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian today will try to block a proposed tunnel extension of the Long Beach (710) Freeway from moving into the environmental study phase. The decades-long controversy surrounding the proposed "gap closure" of the...
  • 710 plans are inching along

    DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES — Opponents of the proposed underground tunnel extension of the Long Beach (710) Freeway were dealt a major blow Thursday when county transportation officials voted to initiate a major environmental study of the project. The...
  • DUI arrests rise during holiday

    GLENDALE — Police arrested six motorists in connection on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol during the first half of Memorial Day weekend. One motorist arrested Friday was under the influence of cocaine, Glendale Police...
  • Officials mull another layer to 710 tunnel talk

    LOS ANGELES — County transportation officials today will consider creating a community advisory committee for the proposed 710 Freeway tunnel extension while beefing up the environmental study process. Opponents of the proposed tunnel extension...
  • Mailbag: Genocide happened, but don't rile Turkey

    I am aware that many residents in our community applaud efforts by Congress to pass a resolution, authored by Adam Schiff, affirming claims that Armenians suffered genocide at the hands of the Turkish government during World War I. According to a front-...
  • Police Arrest San Gabriel Follow-Home Robber

    Police Arrest San Gabriel Follow-Home Robber
    SAN GABRIEL VALLEY (KTLA) -- Police have arrested a man accused of following women home late at night and stealing their valuables, authorities confirmed Wednesday. Jose Avila, 29, has been linked to at least 15 robberies reported in Alhambra, San...
  • Spartans just can't dig out

    When it comes to five-game matches, Coach David Woo's teams usually walk out of the gym with a win. It was a different story Tuesday, though, as the La Cañada High boys' volleyball team went into a fifth game against South Pasadena, after pulling out...
  • Najarian wants to know what tunnel would cost

    Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian said he is planning to call for an immediate cost analysis of the controversial 710 Freeway underground tunnel, arguing regional officials may be poised to waste billions of dollars on the proposed project. The Los Angeles...
  • Mary Edna Wood McClain

    Mary Edna Wood McLain died Oct. 7, after a brief illness. She would have been 82 on Nov. 8. Born in Henderson, Ky., she had lived in La Cañada since 1966. She volunteered in the schools, supported her children's scouting activities and was a La Cañada...
  • Playing for a good cause

    Digs trumped kills at La Cañada High girls' volleyball match against Rio Hondo League opponent South Pasadena. The Oct. 21 game was about more than just volleyball — it involved the Spartans' second annual Dig for the Cure. Leading up to the match,...
  • Get out and vote, Glendale

    Local incumbents shy away from open debate and discussion of their record. Instead, they rely on slick four-color mailers, their party's advantage in registered voters, and a low turnout on Election Day. "We the People" govern this nation through our...
  • 710 extension would improve Glendale traffic

    The Glendale News-Press article of Oct. 22 titled "Najarian wants to know what tunnel would cost" is creating an impression that Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian's reasoning is stimulated by the self-serving interests of the La Cañada residents. However, it is...