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Glendale (Los Angeles, California)

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  • L.A. Unified to spend $20 million on parent centers

     
    A historic one-room schoolhouse became the backdrop Thursday for a parent-involvement initiative that includes spending $20 million to upgrade or add parent centers across the Los Angeles Unified School District. The unveiling is part of a pronounced...
  • Southland businesses urged to get ready for 'The Big One' -- a 7.8 earthquake

     
    "The Big One," a massive earthquake rippling down the San Andreas fault, would potentially cripple Southern California’s economy and deal a severe blow to millions of workers and hundreds of thousands of businesses, according to a report released...
  • Vandalism at Armenian church brings hate crime charge

     
    A man who vandalized a stone monument at St. Mary's Armenian Apostolic Church has been charged with a hate crime by the Los Angeles county district attorney's office. The vandalism charges filed against 23-year-old Glendale resident Victor Petrescu were...
  • Encino's California United Bank to acquire California Oaks State Bank

     
    California United Bank, a 5-year-old Encino community bank, plans to extend its Ventura County operations by acquiring California Oaks State Bank of Thousand Oaks, a smaller business lender that also has an office in Simi Valley. An announcement Wednesday...
  • Live grenade forces evacuation of Glendale Community College campus, nearby homes

     
    A live Vietnam-era grenade was detonated Thursday at a Glendale Community College satellite campus, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Investigators said the device was unearthed by construction crews at the Garfield Avenue campus....
  • Assembly candidate faces scrutiny over residency

     
    A candidate for a Glendale-area state Assembly seat is facing scrutiny about whether he lives in the district he is running to represent, as the law requires. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office is looking into whether Sunder Ramani,......
  • Shocked officials learn servicemen's names are missing from Montrose war memorial

     
    More than 40 years after the Vietnam War Memorial in Montrose was first dedicated, community members learned that five local servicemen had been left off of the plaques. First dedicated in 1968, the memorial at Ocean View Boulevard and Honolulu......
  • Football: Week One schedule

     
    Thursday, Sept. 9 CITY NONLEAGUE Bell at Grant, 7 p.m. Belmont at South Gate, 7 p.m. Locke at San Fernando, 7 p.m. Narbonne at South East, 7 p.m. Santee at San Pedro, 7 p.m. Taft vs. Dorsey at Rancho Cienega......
  • Football: Friday's scores

     
    Friday, September 10th CITY NONLEAGUE Cleveland 15, Fremont 13 El Camino Real 36, Palisades 35 Lincoln 30, Huntington Park 27 (OT) Reseda 17, Monroe 2 SOUTHERN SECTION NONLEAGUE Agoura 35, Ventura 34 Alemany 44, Eastside 20 Antelope Valley 36, Rosamond......
  • Sticky legal battle pits pancakes against prayers

     
    Donald Bradley of the Kansas City Star reports : Praise the Lord and pass the syrup, the International House of Pancakes and International House of Prayer are fixing to throw down. IHOP (pancake), based in Glendale, Calif., has sued IHOP......
  • West Nile virus spreading in areas of L.A. County, authorities say

     
    West Nile virus, a potentially fatal disease transmitted by mosquito bites, is spreading in birds and mosquitoes in Los Angeles County, with recent activity found in the San Fernando Valley, the eastern San Gabriel Valley and southeast L.A. County. Two......