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  • Organizations

    Artists welcome award winner The Valley Porcelain Artists Club had world-renowned artist Mariela Vallasmil-Kaminski as its guest demonstrator at the meeting on May 28 at the Joslyn Adult Center, 1301 W. Olive Ave., Burbank. She has a bachelor's degree...
  • Laid-off teachers to be offered their jobs back

    GLENDALE — Citing an expected windfall from a federal aid bill, Glendale Unified officials on Monday said all 66 teachers who were laid off this year will be offered their jobs back when school begins in three weeks. District Supt. Dick Sheehan...
  • Aid isn't enough for school districts

    News this week that states would be in line for millions in emergency federal aid brought two very distinct tales from Glendale and Burbank unified school districts. In Glendale, which stands to collect up to $5 million, district officials used the one-...
  • Don't Panic - What to Do to Avoid Foreclosure

    Owning your own home is the American dream, but for many people, it has created fear and frustration as they try to avoid a foreclosure nightmare. These days, people of all income levels are fighting off foreclosures, from those caught in the subprime...
  • Financing extra learning

    Financing extra learning
    If you find that your financial aid will not cover extra learning opportunities, such as J-Terms (January terms), summer terms, and study abroad programs, don't worry. Here are some tips that will help you make it happen. 1. Plan ahead. Visit your...
  • Baltimore housing authority says it won't pay millions in lead poisoning judgments

    Baltimore housing authority says it won't pay millions in lead poisoning judgments
    Antonio Fulgham can barely read or write. The 21-year-old from West Baltimore has been deemed "mentally retarded," with bleak job prospects. He blames his plight on lead poisoning he suffered as a toddler while growing up amid flaking paint in two...
  • From City Hall, Schaefer battled national tides

    From City Hall, Schaefer battled national tides
    Stanley Zerden remembers a time in the 1970s when Oldtown held promise. Largely burned out by the 1968 riots, the area became a focus for then-Mayor William Donald Schaefer, who closed blocks of Gay Street to cars and created a revolutionary concept...
  • Shared grant helps five schools prepare special education teachers

    Shared grant helps five schools prepare special education teachers
    With more children being diagnosed with disabilities and the goal of inclusive classrooms firmly in place, the special education landscape continues to progress. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 1 in every 110 children in the...
  • Bill aims to simplify financial aid

    Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-La CaƱada Flintridge) introduced legislation that could help streamline the financial aid process for community college students and improve access to government aid programs. The bill would establish a three-year pilot...
  • Obama stimulus: Jobs, energy, health

     
    by Peter Nicholas and Janet Hook President-elect Barack Obama is crafting a financial stimulus plan far more ambitious than a quick cash infusion, viewing it as a way to create jobs in a struggling economy and push the nation toward......
  • Report: Ford Took Federal Funds, Too

     
    While Ford was making noise about not taking federal bailout money, they and other major automakers (both foreign and domestic) got federal aid to the tune of tens of billions of dollars when the economy tanked in 2008. Yesterday, the......