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  • 818 Roundup: Church's future in question if apartment project approved; Man arrested for test-driving cars at dealership after-hours

    818 Roundup: Church's future in question if apartment project approved; Man arrested for test-driving cars at dealership after-hours
    Good morning readers! Today is Saturday, August 30, 2014. Temperatures today are forecasted to reach a high of 92 degrees in the Glendale area and a low of 68. Headlines from the area: - A local Burbank church may have to find a new home, as there's a...
  • States have failed to spend nearly $540M in federal highway safety grants

     
    Filed under: Government/Legal, Safety A new report from the Department of Transportation's Office of the Inspector General has revealed yet another fiasco in highway funding. No, it's not a misuse of federal funds. Instead, it's a complete and total...
  • Canyon congestion on the agenda

    Canyon congestion on the agenda
    Adding lanes to Laguna Canyon Road seemed like an unpopular solution to congestion on the main entryway into the city when a city-hired consultant unveiled an initial report on the corridor Tuesday. RBF Consulting, which has an office in Irvine, has...
  • Letter: Other shops are at a disadvantage

    As a lifelong resident of Burbank, it is sad to see parking wars occurring between the very businesses that bring life to Magnolia Park. When customers cannot find parking to go to the stores and adjacent coffee shop, clearly there needs to be enforced...
  • Parking woes at Lakeside fuel debate over parking plan for new building

    Parking woes at Lakeside fuel debate over parking plan for new building
    At the Lakeside development is a building now under construction, that will eventually be used by Blue Cross/Blue Shield. The construction work has stopped, because the contractor is required by city code to have 21 parking spaces there.  The contractor...
  • Chuckanut Bay is a kayaker's lazy dream

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. I'm a reformed East Coast tailgater, though still an impatient driver at heart. I don't go at what you would call "Driving Miss Daisy" speed. But Chuckanut Drive? It can slow me down like no speed bump or speed-limit sign can. Those...
  • Traffic: Collision involving school bus in Harford Co.

    Traffic: Collision involving school bus in Harford Co.
    The Harford County Fire and EMS Department reported on Thursday morning a vehicle collision with injury involving a school bus and said no children were on the bus at the time. Officials said the incident occurred at Route 40 and Route 7 around 8 a.m....
  • Put-in-Bay is Ohio's party island

    Put-in-Bay is Ohio's party island
    The party starts early en route to Lake Erie's South Bass Island. Minutes after the drive-on/drive-off ferry pulls away from the dock on Catawba Island a few miles west of Sandusky, Ohio, T-shirt-clad passengers on the lower deck start popping beer cans....
  • Fort Lauderdale surfers feeling shut out

    Fort Lauderdale surfers feeling shut out
    — Surfers hoping to catch a wave off Fort Lauderdale beach first have to catch a break finding a place to park. State Road A1A construction has closed off all but a few on-street metered parking spaces in the popular surfing area between Sunrise...
  • Quinn's speed-limit bill veto adds fuel to debate

    Quinn's speed-limit bill veto adds fuel to debate
    In rejecting a bill that would have raised speed limits to 70 mph throughout Illinois' 286-mile network of tollways, Gov. Pat Quinn reignited the debate on what constitutes the safest pace for vehicles on the road. "Good for him," Jackie Gillan,...
  • State Street construction starts next week

    State Street construction starts next week
    Commuters, brace yourselves. You might want to avoid State Street downtown next month. A $650,000 State Street resurfacing project from Van Buren Street to Wacker Drive will begin next week. The project, which is paid for using federal and state...