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By Christopher Cadelago | March 12, 2010
MAGNOLIA PARK — The 7-year-old who boy fell to his death Tuesday evening from the second-story window of his family’s condominium was remembered as a bright-eyed, rambunctious child with a deep devotion for sports. The boy, identified by Los Angeles County coroner’s officials as Dylan Best, was waving to his off-duty babysitter from across the street when he leaned toward the window and fell, police said. Bryanne Savola, the nanny, said she was working for the neighbors when she saw the boy and two siblings waving from the window.
THE818NOW
March 12, 2014
[UPDATED: 4:21 p.m.] An elderly couple was evacuated from a burning triplex in Burbank Wednesday where fire in the attic caused the roof to collapse into the building, authorities said. Firefighters were called to the 700 block of East Palm Avenue at 2:12 p.m. by a neighbor who reported the blaze, said Burbank Fire Capt. Peter Hendrickson. -- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version of this story stated the fire occurred on Tuesday. It occurred on Wednesday. -- When authorities arrived, the attic was fully engulfed in flames.
NEWS
December 20, 2000
Jenna Bordelon HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- An elderly woman had to jump out of her car Friday when the engine burst into flames. The woman, whose name was not released, told fire officials that when she started the car, she heard a big bang and flames leaped from the right side of the hood. The woman attempted to douse the blaze with a pail of water, but it made little difference. Fire officials said the smoke could be seen all the way down the hill, although the damage to the woman's condominium in the 1700 block of Via Montana was limited to smoke and soot.
FEATURES
February 6, 2008
MATTHEW Matthew is a 10-year-old male dachshund. He is very sweet, friendly and excellent on a leash when he takes walks. The volunteers at the Burbank Animal Shelter provided necessary dental work for Matthew. He would be a wonderful companion for a senior and will also be a perfect fit for a condominium or apartment. His identification number is A018319. If you are interested in adopting Matthew, call the Burbank Animal Shelter and give his ID number.
NEWS
March 12, 2005
Man pleads guilty to murder A Burbank man charged in the death of his live-in girlfriend pleaded guilty this week to first-degree murder. Ray Pascual, 40, entered the plea Wednesday before Superior Court Judge Janice C. Croft. He is scheduled to be sentenced by Croft on May 9. Pascual was charged in September 2003 with the death of Courtney Quintin, 37, after the body was found in the condominium the couple shared in the 400 block of East San Jose Avenue.
NEWS
February 26, 2000
Paul Clinton MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH -- The City Council has condemned a four-unit apartment building on Ontario Street to make way for a proposed condominium and child-care facility. The property owner now has 90 days to either sell the property or risk eviction. Acting as the Burbank Housing Authority, the council unanimously approved the condemnation of Evelia Goebelsmann's one-story building at 2246 N. Ontario St. The city has been negotiating with Goebelsmann for more than a year, Redevelopment Project Manager Jack Lynch said.
NEWS
May 29, 2002
Laura Sturza BURBANK -- At not quite 5 feet tall and 97 pounds, Betty Carlson doesn't look like someone who would move trash bins on a regular basis. But every day, Carlson does her part in her condominium's recycling efforts by hauling a container full of discarded junk mail from the mail room to the recycling bin. The 43-unit community, Toluca Lake on Rose, was among three groups honored last month as Recycling Heroes by the City Council. "I take pride in wherever I live," Carlson said.
NEWS
January 27, 2007
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW The council delayed the development of a parcel in the Hillside District for an 11-unit condominium project. The developer of the site said he will work with his architect and neighbors in the area in hopes of modifying the project to gain the council's approval. WHAT IT MEANS The council pledged to fast-track the developer's application for a revised project once it is formulated. In other words, the developer will not have to begin the process from the beginning.
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THE818NOW
March 12, 2014
[UPDATED: 4:21 p.m.] An elderly couple was evacuated from a burning triplex in Burbank Wednesday where fire in the attic caused the roof to collapse into the building, authorities said. Firefighters were called to the 700 block of East Palm Avenue at 2:12 p.m. by a neighbor who reported the blaze, said Burbank Fire Capt. Peter Hendrickson. -- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version of this story stated the fire occurred on Tuesday. It occurred on Wednesday. -- When authorities arrived, the attic was fully engulfed in flames.
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By Christopher Cadelago | March 12, 2010
MAGNOLIA PARK — The 7-year-old who boy fell to his death Tuesday evening from the second-story window of his family’s condominium was remembered as a bright-eyed, rambunctious child with a deep devotion for sports. The boy, identified by Los Angeles County coroner’s officials as Dylan Best, was waving to his off-duty babysitter from across the street when he leaned toward the window and fell, police said. Bryanne Savola, the nanny, said she was working for the neighbors when she saw the boy and two siblings waving from the window.
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