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  • Q&A: Morton Grove's candidates for village trustee

    Q&A: Morton Grove's candidates for village trustee
    To help voters differentiate among the four candidates running for three seats in the April 7 election, we asked them these 10 questions. Why are you running for trustee? What is your education and professional experience, and does it give you any...
  • Recognition follows volunteer Martha Burns

    Recognition follows volunteer Martha Burns
    Longtime La Cañada volunteer Martha Burns isn't one to seek out the spotlight, but it keeps finding her anyway. At least that's been the case for the past year, since Burns was selected by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) as "Woman of the Year" from last...
  • Letter: Here's a vote for Cordova-Brookey

    I have received a number of campaign materials that state “classroom teachers” support both Jennifer Freemon and Nayiri Nahabedian for the GUSD School Board. As a longtime classroom teacher in GUSD, I want to clarify that this is a reference...
  • Crescenta Valley PTA: Mountain Avenue to present 'MACK Night Out 2015'

    Mountain Avenue Elementary There will be a combined meeting of the PTA and its executive board at 9 a.m. on Friday in the auditorium. “MACK Night Out 2015” will be held at 6:30 p.m. on April 10 at La Cañada Country Club, 5500 Godbey Drive,...
  • Meeks still battling for more school funding

    Meeks still battling for more school funding
    After years of fighting with fellow Democrats to improve public school funding in Illinois, former state Sen. James Meeks has switched sides. He's now chairman of the Illinois State Board of Education, appointed by Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner, whom he...
  • Nurse helped keep black high school alive

    Nurse helped keep black high school alive
    Born in Delray Beach, Joanna Bradley came to Fort Lauderdale in 1942 to work as a nurse at Provident Hospital, the only medical facility serving the African-American community at the time. In the 24 years she worked there, Bradley often performed...
  • Maercker District 60 Board candidates question administrative costs

    Two hopefuls for the Maercker Elementary District 60 Board running in the April 7 election believe putting the brakes on administrative costs should be a priority. Cindy Bondlow and Linda Holl, two of six candidates running for three board seats, both...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Health exchange audit, Cosby sales and water bill woes

    Good morning, Baltimore: Health exchange audit, Cosby sales and water bill woes
    Good morning, Baltimore:  Here's what you need to know for Friday. WEATHER It’s going to be  a rainy Friday with temperatures reaching 51 and falling back to 34 overnight. There is a possibility of --- there’s that word again --- snow...
  • Challengers lead incumbents in campaign fundraising for school races

    Challengers in the Glendale Unified and Glendale Community College races have outpaced incumbents in the money race so far, according to an analysis of campaign financial data. In the race for two open seats on the Glendale Unified board, Kevin Cordova-...
  • Students cheated by posting test questions on social media

    Students cheated by posting test questions on social media
    In the latest twist on high school cheating, two Maryland 10th-graders taking a statewide English assessment posted test questions this month on Twitter. Where students once passed notes or looked over their shoulder, today they can use Twitter,...
  • Verdugo Views: The history behind a rector at St. Mark's

    Verdugo Views: The history behind a rector at St. Mark's
    Virginia Parlour Young was just about ready to start school when her family moved to Glendale and her father became rector of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Clarance Parlour’s journey to Glendale was a lengthy one. Born in England, he grew up...