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Special Olympics

Special Olympics
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Top Special Olympics Articles

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  • Burbank police lend a helping hand

    Burbank police lend a helping hand
    Burbank police raised roughly $2,500 for the Special Olympics on Thursday by waiting on tables and serving food at the annual “Tip-A-Cop” event, officials said. A dozen police officers, cadets and explorers in uniform collected tips at the...
  • Main Street's leading lady is muscle behind theater, business group

    It's been more than a decade since Maureen Rogers helped relocate the Burtonsville Players — a nonprofit theater group that's performed in the Laurel area for more than 35 years — to the Laurel Mill Playhouse on the west end of Main Street....
  • Sterling foundation ads tout good works, but verifying them isn't easy

    The publicity campaign promised a new summer program at Point Dume for poor children, funded in part by the Donald T. Sterling Charitable Foundation. A smiling Sterling was shown next to a horse in some newspaper ads. In others, the foundation described...
  • Hot Stove charity concert swings for fences with rock, baseball

    Hot Stove charity concert swings for fences with rock, baseball
    Local H frontman Scott Lucas and former Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlin had never played together before last summer's Hot Stove Cool Music fundraiser, yet there they were again early this month performing their own soundtrack to Sergei...
  • Newport Harbor announces first Hall of Fame class

    Newport Harbor announces first Hall of Fame class
    Newport Harbor High School has announced its inaugural class of the Newport Harbor High School Hall of Fame. The first class features 10 alumni and five faculty. The alumni are Al Irwin, George James, Greg and Dr. Barbara Smith MacGillivray, Frank...
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  • City of Glendale looks at fee changes

    About 300 city fees may be increased and roughly 100 new ones may be created as the City Council prepares to vote on Glendale's budget for next fiscal year. Proposed changes include: — Increasing the vehicle impound-release fee from $7 to...
  • Crescenta Valley Water District eyes bump in water rates

    Roughly a year after the Crescenta Valley Water District ratcheted up water and sewer rates, the water provider is considering another set of increases. Officials have proposed a 5.8% jump for water beginning July 1 and two years of boosts for sewer...
  • Glendale to serve as host city for 2015 Special Olympics event

    Following unanimous approval by the City Council on Tuesday, Glendale is set to be responsible for the lodging, food and activities of 100 athletes participating in the July 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games for three days prior to the opening...
  • New job, new school, new age for Wilson Middle School assistant principal

    New job, new school, new age for Wilson Middle School assistant principal
    The school day was in full swing around 9 a.m. Wednesday at Wilson Middle School as students made their way to second period, and making her rounds with walkie-talkie in hand to prevent tardiness was Assistant Principal Josephine Bixler. It’s...
  • Council OKs two more housing projects for Glendale

    Council OKs two more housing projects for Glendale
    Despite opposition from neighbors, the City Council approved two five-story residential developments on Tuesday, with some Council members saying their hands were tied because the projects meet city zoning requirements. The council has control over...