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THE818NOW
September 13, 2013
Residents with hazardous and electronic waste at home that's too toxic to throw away in the trash can properly dispose of it at a city event on Saturday, officials said. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., city officials will be collecting hazardous waste, free of charge, at the Burbank Fire Training Center, located at 1845 Ontario St. Residents are encouraged to bring products that are labeled: toxic, poison, combustible, corrosive, flammable or irritant. That may include bug spray, certain garden and paint products, automotive fluids and batteries, certain beauty products and household cleaners.
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THE818NOW
October 21, 2012
Good morning, readers! Today is Sunday, October 21. Knitting still has a place in 2012. A group in Studio City still enjoys making things by hand. La Knitterie Parisienne even offers classes to those who don't know how to turn a ball of yarn into a sweater . Daily News A driver went through the Salvation Army store in Glendale Saturday afternoon, injuring three people, reports the Glendale News-Press . It was a historic reunion. On Saturday, Holy Family High School celebrated 75 years of operation with some of the school's first students, who are now in their 80s . Glendale News-Press What's going on today?
THE818NOW
By Joe Piasecki, joe.piasecki@latimes.com | August 9, 2013
Jane Barnett, a longtime conservative activist who served as an officer of the Glendale-Burbank Republican Assembly and as chair of the Los Angeles County Republican Party, died Thursday after a battle with cancer. She was 65. Barnett, a Burbank resident, started volunteering for conservative political campaigns in the 1960s. She later worked as a district representative for former area state Assemblymen Pat Nolan and Jim Rogan. In 2008, she ran for the Glendale-Burbank Assembly seat as the Republican nominee.
NEWS
By Jason Wells | February 24, 2007
SOUTH GLENDALE — Parishioners who left Holy Family Catholic Community Church Wednesday afternoon bore the first signs that the Lenten season has begun — a cross marked in ash on their foreheads that signifies to them that from ashes we come and to ashes we will return. Many Christians around the world, including Catholics, Episcopalians and Lutherans, started a regimen of fasting and charitable giving in preparation for Easter. "You just don't know it and then all of the sudden it's here," Glendale resident Krystal Alejo said as she left the church for her job in Burbank.
NEWS
December 10, 2003
Burbank team has impressive big-time boys' basketball program It is definitely the "beginning of a new era" for the Burbank High boys' basketball team. And that's exactly what it says on the Bulldogs' 2003-04 media guide and program. The fact the team even has a program, and it came out in the first two weeks of the season, is proof that Burbank is heading in the right direction. Under first-year Coach Jose Hernandez, the Bulldogs have compiled a media guide that resembles a college sports program.
NEWS
By Bruce Campbell | November 12, 2008
The new Aerial Speed Enforcement Program was the topic when Glendale Chief of Police Randy Adams was the featured speaker at the Glendale Sunrise Rotary Club. The development of the program began over a year ago, following numerous resident complaints about the increasing number of traffic collisions because of speeding and racing cars. Adams indicated that one driver was cited on West Glenoaks Boulevard for traveling 103 mph. Given the number of areas of concern within the city of Glendale and the limited amount of resources, the Glendale Police Department Air Support Unit was identified as a way to address the issue.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | February 24, 2010
Not much went right for the Providence High girls? basketball team in its second-round CIF Southern Section Division VAA playoff game. Overwhelmed by a talented St. Paul team, 62-24, the Pioneers? season came to an end Saturday with a loss on the road. St. Paul (18-10) is the No. 3 seed in the division. ?It was kind of a perfect storm against us in the game,? said Providence Coach Andrew Bencze, whose team ends the season with an 18-10 record. ?They were a very good team, we didn?
SPORTS
August 16, 2008
Lauren Arteche, Holy Family, Senior, Utility All-Horizon League pick hit .588 with a .750 on-base percentage. Amy Bishop, Glendale, Senior, Utility First-team All-Pacific League selection led team at plate and in the field. Daisy Beltran, Burbank, Senior, Infielder All-league and All-LA84 pick hit .388 with 20 runs and 17 RBIs for second-place Burbank. Taylor Bulivac, Burroughs, Freshman, Infielder Second-team all-leaguer hit .414 with 19 RBIs and 18 runs for fourth-place Indians.
NEWS
May 15, 2004
Ina Grace Haufler Ina Grace Haufler, 96, died May 6, 2004, in Burbank. She was born July 22, 1907, in Miami, and was a longtime Burbank resident. She is survived by her daughter, Pat Allen; and son, Michael Haufler. Services are private. Shirley Ann Ohlhauser Shirley Ann Ohlhauser, 69, died April 28, 2004, in Burbank. She was born Feb. 27, 1935, in St. Joseph, Mo., and was a Burbank resident for 11 years. She is survived by her husband, Raymond Ohlhauser; son, Ron Lynden; daughter, Peggy; and four grandchildren.
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