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NEWS
August 4, 2001
BURBANK -- BURROUGHS A combined class reunion picnic for John Burroughs and Burbank high school alumni, teachers and staff begins at noon Aug. 18 at Griffith Park near the carousel. Bob's Big Boy in Toluca Lake is offering a special deal for take-out orders. With the purchase of any food item, receive a free soft drink (one per person) by mentioning you are an alumni member of JBHS or BHS. Participants are asked to bring blankets, food, refreshments and picnic supplies.
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LOCAL
August 16, 2008
The following were taken from reports filed at the Burbank Police Department: ? ?1000 block of Cypress Avenue: A woman reported Thursday that someone had broken into her Chevy Suburban and stole an IPod, baseball bat and Bluetooth headset. ?400 block of Beachwood Drive: A man reported that someone had broken into his home and stolen more than $100 Thursday. ?2600 block of Hollywood Way: A Van Nuys man was arrested on suspicion of identity theft Thursday at Bob Hope Airport.
NEWS
March 17, 2004
Chamber to sponsor mixer MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH -- The Burbank Chamber of Commerce will have a membership mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 25 at Outback Steakhouse, 1761 N. Victory Place. The event will include a $50 cash drawing. Cost is $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers. For more information, call 846-3111. School to honor health, media pros MEDIA DISTRICT WEST -- Providence High School will have a gala to honor people with outstanding achievements in the healthcare and media communications fields, the career disciplines of the school's academic focus programs.
NEWS
March 8, 2000
Irma Lemus MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH -- La Chee Singleton wants to be a track star, and wasn't about to let a little rain and cold weather get in her way. La Chee, 10, a fifth-grader at George Washington Elementary, and two of her classmates were among the thousands of people who finished all 26.2 miles of the Los Angeles Marathon Sunday. The runners and walkers braved wet and cold conditions more suitable for marathon book-and-cocoa sessions by the fireplace than for competitive running.
NEWS
By Leah Brandon | March 14, 2007
In response to your Mailbag letters published on March 3, from Johnny Butler, "a handful of selfish people can force the rest of the city to suffer," and Brian Cooper, "what makes this part of Burbank so unique?" ("Selfish interests did market project in" and "Rancho should not be the City Council," respectively), I would just like to say, Earth to the uninformed: Butler, we are not a handful of selfish people. We are a large neighborhood with a history and zoning regulations that prohibit the gigantic Whole Foods supermarket that was being forced upon us. And as for Cooper, I'll tell you what makes Rancho so unique.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | October 18, 2008
GRIFFITH PARK — Not being familiar with a course meant absolutely nothing for a pair of Crescenta Valley High cross-country athletes. For Zack Torres and Michelle Callister, it meant learning on the fly while navigating their way through tough stretches of a three-mile course on a relatively warm afternoon. Torres clocked 15 minutes 15 seconds to win the boys’ race and Callister finished in 18:46 to take second in the girls’ race Thursday afternoon at Pacific League Meet No. 2 at Griffith Park.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | September 9, 2006
GRIFFITH PARK — Burroughs High girls' cross-country runner Sadee Martinez was nervous prior to the varsity race at the 16th installment of the Burbank All-City Meet. But that's nothing new; the junior always gets a case of the nerves before a meet. However, she put added pressure on herself because being the reigning champion, she wanted to prove that last season's title wasn't a fluke. If that wasn't enough, Martinez's anxiety was heightened when Bellarmine-Jefferson's Gaby Gonzalez went out fast and took an early lead in Thursday's race at Griffith Park.
NEWS
March 23, 2005
Mark R. Madler When Burbank City Treasurer Donna Anderson received a letter announcing she had been chosen the city's Woman of the Year, her initial reaction was: "Why me?" She never knew that she was nominated for the annual award given out by Rep. Adam Schiff's office to celebrate Women's History Month. "I do attend a lot of community functions, so they must see me everywhere," Anderson said of how Schiff's staff knew of her. Anderson was reelected to her second term as city treasurer in February.
NEWS
February 8, 2003
Freeway access affected by construction BURBANK -- Area roads will be closed throughout Burbank, Toluca Lake and North Hollywood as Caltrans embarks on a $6.8-million sound wall construction project on the Ventura (134) Freeway. Work will be conducted at two sites from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday: The Vineland Avenue onramp to the westbound Ventura (134) Freeway. One lane of the westbound 134 connector to the northbound Hollywood (170)
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