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August 7, 2002
Chamber offers coupons online BURBANK -- The Burbank Chamber of Commerce is offering a Web coupon program that aims to provide discounts to residents and promotion opportunities to businesses. Through the program, businesses offer coupons to visitors of the chamber's Web site that can be printed out and used. Community members can visit www.burbankchamber.org and click on the "Web coupons" box to access the discounts. The introductory phase of the Web coupons feature will run through Sept.
NEWS
November 27, 1999
Leslie Simmons BURBANK -- Burbank kids may be getting a different type of citation from police in the next few months. Fortunately, this one won't cost their parents any money. Since Nov. 15, motor officers from the department have been rewarding good behavior such as wearing helmets and other protective gear while bike riding or skateboarding to helping others by giving away Slurpee coupons redeemable at any 7-Eleven. Dubbed "Operation Chill," the national program partners 7-Eleven with law enforcement to show appreciation for kids who do the right thing.
NEWS
By JUNE CASAGRANDE | December 26, 2007
Once upon a time, I was a coupon junkie. My idea of a great Sunday morning was waking up early and tearing into my newspaper for store coupons that, when combined with club card discounts and doubled manufacturer coupons, let me score truly amazing deals on grocery items ? some of which I actually wanted. Then came the grocery strike. No way was I going to cross lines of picketing workers ? not even to nab a 50-cent tube of Colgate Tartar-Control. The strike eventually ended.
FEATURES
May 2, 2009
MARKET FEATURING COMMUNITY GROUPS The Burbank Farmer’s Market has started its Community Service Corner. Each month a representative from a service club, nonprofit organization, or Burbank city department comes to inform the patrons of the many community services available. The Foothill Civitan Club will be present today with club materials and fliers for its May 9 Fashion Show Fundraiser at the Castaway. The Providence/St. Joseph Hospital Foundation sent a representative in March to hand out information on the foundation’s fundraising cruise to Alaska.
NEWS
August 24, 2002
In preparation for heading back to school, Media City Center hosts a special teen-only shopping and entertainment night from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight. The evening features special sales, teen fashions, music, retailer coupons and giveaways. The first 1,000 teens to arrive will receive a bag filled with coupons from retailers, advance screening passes to "Tuck Everlasting" and "Slap Her...She's French," free product samples and Flapper bracelets.
NEWS
April 16, 2005
BURBANK FARMERS MARKET Volunteers are needed from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays at the Burbank Farmers Market at Orange Grove Avenue and Third Street. Duties include checking on the farmers and stamping coupons. For more information, call Elaine Paonessa at (818) 845-6851. NATURE DOCENT TRAINING Volunteers are needed for the Burbank Nature Programs and the Stough Canyon Center to lead hikes and workshops, help with special events, design Nature Center displays and work as receptionists.
NEWS
April 16, 2003
Molly Shore Colorful Easter eggs, candy, toys, prizes and valuable coupons will be hidden throughout Johnny Carson Park on Saturday, just waiting for boys and girls to find them at the fifth annual Easter Eggs-plosion of Fun. "There's tons of gift certificates from local businesses," said Kristen Smith, recreation supervisor of the city's Park, Recreation and Community Services Department, of the goodies inside the...
NEWS
February 12, 2003
Ryan Carter With hopes of increasing awareness of a new statewide helmet law for skateboarders, skaters and scooter enthusiasts, police are rewarding young helmet-wearers with free scoops of ice cream. For the next few weeks, traffic officers are handing out Baskin-Robbins ice cream coupons for those who comply with the law. But after that, watch out. "We plan aggressive enforcement of the new [helmet] law," Sgt. Ron Caruso said. The new law, which went into effect at the beginning of this year, requires anyone younger than 18 to wear a helmet while riding a nonmotorized scooter, skateboard and in-line or roller skates.
NEWS
By Gretchen Meier, gretchen.meier@latimes.com | September 10, 2010
A Burbank man is facing fraud charges in Illinois for allegedly charging customers for unsolicited identity theft protection services. The owner of Glendale-based ID Lifeguards Inc., Arthur Natanyan, faces charges under the provisions of Illinois' Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act. Illinois Atty. Gen. Lisa Madigan is asking a judge to prohibit ID Lifeguards from offering services in Illinois, as well as pay restitution to consumers, a civil penalty of $50,000 per defendant and an additional $50,000 for each act committed with the intent to defraud.
NEWS
March 29, 2008
BURBANK FARMERS MARKET Volunteers are needed from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays at the Burbank Farmers Market at Orange Grove Avenue and Third Street. Duties include checking on the farmers and stamping coupons. For more information, call Elaine Paonessa at (818) 845-6851. ? NATURE DOCENT TRAINING Volunteers are needed for the Burbank Nature Programs and the Stough Canyon Center to lead hikes and workshops, help with special events, design Nature Center displays and work as receptionists.
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FEATURES
May 2, 2009
MARKET FEATURING COMMUNITY GROUPS The Burbank Farmer’s Market has started its Community Service Corner. Each month a representative from a service club, nonprofit organization, or Burbank city department comes to inform the patrons of the many community services available. The Foothill Civitan Club will be present today with club materials and fliers for its May 9 Fashion Show Fundraiser at the Castaway. The Providence/St. Joseph Hospital Foundation sent a representative in March to hand out information on the foundation’s fundraising cruise to Alaska.
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By JUNE CASAGRANDE | December 26, 2007
Once upon a time, I was a coupon junkie. My idea of a great Sunday morning was waking up early and tearing into my newspaper for store coupons that, when combined with club card discounts and doubled manufacturer coupons, let me score truly amazing deals on grocery items ? some of which I actually wanted. Then came the grocery strike. No way was I going to cross lines of picketing workers ? not even to nab a 50-cent tube of Colgate Tartar-Control. The strike eventually ended.
NEWS
August 7, 2002
Chamber offers coupons online BURBANK -- The Burbank Chamber of Commerce is offering a Web coupon program that aims to provide discounts to residents and promotion opportunities to businesses. Through the program, businesses offer coupons to visitors of the chamber's Web site that can be printed out and used. Community members can visit www.burbankchamber.org and click on the "Web coupons" box to access the discounts. The introductory phase of the Web coupons feature will run through Sept.
NEWS
November 27, 1999
Leslie Simmons BURBANK -- Burbank kids may be getting a different type of citation from police in the next few months. Fortunately, this one won't cost their parents any money. Since Nov. 15, motor officers from the department have been rewarding good behavior such as wearing helmets and other protective gear while bike riding or skateboarding to helping others by giving away Slurpee coupons redeemable at any 7-Eleven. Dubbed "Operation Chill," the national program partners 7-Eleven with law enforcement to show appreciation for kids who do the right thing.
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