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  • Actor Mario Lopez snared in code violation

    Actor Mario Lopez snared in code violation
    NORTH GLENDALE — Actor Mario Lopez has been ordered to cease construction of a pool cabaña at his multi-million-dollar home, which is listed on Glendale’s historic registry, and to not resume construction until the proper permits for the...
  • Richard Godbold

        Richard Godbold passed away quickly and quietly in his sleep on Friday, May 27, 2011 from heart failure at age 84. Richard Travis Godbold was born in Los Angeles on November 8, 1925 to Henry Travis Godbold and Ruth E. Godbold, he graduated from...
  • Officials tussle over rail crossing

    Officials tussle over rail crossing
    GLENDALE — Los Angeles County transportation officials may have earmarked $6.6 million for safety upgrades to the Doran Street rail crossing, but state officials say they will continue push to have it closed, citing the danger posed by a nearby...
  • Move to relocate state workers causes concern

    As a state agency prepares to relocate 700 jobs from Burbank and Glendale, a Southern California lawmaker is raising questions about the move and whether the agency is doing enough for its workers. The State Compensation Insurance Fund plans to close its...
  • Down and out against Vegas

    Down and out against Vegas
    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Though the members of the Glendale Angelenos lost their first California Collegiate League contest in front of more than an estimated 100 fans at Stengel Field on Friday night, a late-inning comeback attempt left them thinking...
  • Ada B. Duly Hagen

    June 20, 1916 - June 1, 2011  Ada B. Duly Hagen, 94, passed away Wednesday at her home following a brief illness.  She was born June 20, 1916 in Gilman City, Missouri and has lived in Benicia for the past 22 years. Ada and her late husband John Hagen...
  • Louise E. Claypool

    Louise E. Claypool   Louise was born on February 28, 1912 in Tom’s Station, MO. She went to be with her Lord May 28, 2011 in Upland, CA at the age of 99 years and 3 month.  She lived in Glendale for 60 years and was a very active member in...
  • City demands an inspection of Drayman's condo

    CITY HALL — City officials are demanding an inspection of former City Councilman John Drayman’s Montrose condominium to determine whether he underreported renovations in permits filed with the city after the work was done. Drayman filed...
  • William David Plumley, Jr.

        William David Plumley, Jr. On June 1, 2011, just a few weeks short of his 87th birthday, Bill Plumley peacefully succumbed to heart disease.  Bill was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa on June 22, 1924.  During the Depression, his family moved to Los...
  • Delores Cooper Palmer

        Delores Cooper Palmer passed away Saturday, June 4, at the age of 90.   Born in South Dakota, Delores and her family moved to Burbank in 1937.  She and her sister attended Glendale City College and graduated from UCLA in 1942.  During the war, she...
  • GCC transfer rates take big dip

    GCC transfer rates take big dip
    The number of Glendale Community College students transferring to California state universities dropped by more than one-third between the 2007 and 2010, upending a 10-year upswing. Officials say the change is directly related to state funding cuts...