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  • Festival shopping, shoe store opening and more deals and events

    Festival shopping, shoe store opening and more deals and events
    Festival season is here. Take advantage of these shopping opportunities this weekend: The 57th Street Art Fair features between 200 and 250 artists, including sculptors, jewelry makers, leather workers, photographers, print-makers, painters, wood...
  • Poll finds little support for drought spending despite broad awareness

    Poll finds little support for drought spending despite broad awareness
    Most Californians surveyed say the statewide drought has had little or no impact on their daily lives, and a majority oppose the suspension of environmental protections or large-scale public spending to boost water supplies, a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles...
  • Meeting on proposed water rates for Glendale turns to 'overdevelopment' discussion

    The first community meeting about proposed water rate increases shifted to a public backlash against so-called "overdevelopment" in Glendale's downtown on Wednesday at the Sparr Heights Senior Center. After city officials laid out their plan to hike...
  • California's drought and D.C.'s dry solutions

    California's drought and D.C.'s dry solutions
    Masquerading as a response to California's drought, a bill to waive environmental protections and divert more water to Central Valley agriculture passed the Republican-controlled House in February and is now going to conference to be reconciled with a...
  • City says water pipe insurance won't be available until autumn

    City says water pipe insurance won't be available until autumn
    City officials say the insurance program for broken water pipes they’ve been publicizing likely won’t be available for several months, and possibly not until autumn. Baltimore first announced the insurance – which officials call a...
  • Cleveland man charged with killing 2-year-old son

    Cleveland man charged with killing 2-year-old son
    A 23-year-old Cleveland man was formally charged with aggravated murder after police say he shot and killed his 2-year-old son during a domestic dispute Tuesday night. Derrice Alexander was involved in a "physical and verbal" altercation with the boy'...
  • Mailbag: Greatest generation deserves center

    Re: The Huntington Beach Senior Center in Central Park. As I watched the D-Day commemoration on TV, I wondered about how many in Huntington Beach have a clue about what it really means. Do they realize that thousands of brave Americans went on what...
  • Why not just send California's water to China?

    I suppose it is a good thing that California can sell alfalfa to China, in part as payment for all of the cheap items that fill our dollar-only stores. But notice that we are in effect also exporting California's water. ("U.S. farmers making hay with...
  • Letter: Disaster on Sunset could happen here

    Recently, it was reported a water main had ruptured flooding Sunset Boulevard and the UCLA campus. Glendale residents should be asking can this happen in the Jewel City? Glendale, like Los Angeles, is years behind in maintaining its water and power...
  • Letter: Recent rate fixes set new problems

    Last Tuesday, the City Council voted 3- 2 to raise rates 4% over the next four years, compounded at 20.1% over the next four years, based on single-family residences using normal consumption rates. Overall, customer will see their rates increase by an...
  • Iselle hits Hawaii: Heavy rain damages homes; roads blocked

    Iselle hits Hawaii: Heavy rain damages homes; roads blocked
    Tropical Storm Iselle buffeted Hawaii’s Big Island and Maui early Friday, bringing heavy rains, strong winds, downed trees and power outages and sending many tourists packing home as the state braced for a second storm on Sunday that is expected...