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NEWS
December 14, 2002
Ryan Carter The Burbank Fire Department hazardous materials team doesn't just clean up messes in the city -- this week, members were sent to assist in a street chemical incident near Santa Clarita. The call Tuesday ended up being canceled, but if Los Angeles County firefighters such as the ones in the Santa Clarita area need Hazmat aid again, Burbank would assist because of a recent agreement. Burbank and Los Angeles County officials agreed on a mutual-aid deal that would send local Hazmat teams to county incidents mostly in the west Valley if county Hazmat crews can't get there soon enough.
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LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | February 11, 2009
BURBANK — A motorist was arrested Monday night after California Highway Patrol officers tried to stop him in Santa Clarita for driving under the influence, but he instead led officers in a pursuit into the city, officials said. The motorist, whose name was not released, was driving erratically Monday night on the Golden State (5) Freeway near Santa Clarita. Highway Patrol officers tried to stop him, but he kept driving on the freeway and headed into Burbank, Burbank Police Lt. William Berry said.
NEWS
July 20, 2005
Providence money to benefit local areas Providence Health Care has announced that it provided almost $30 million to benefit residents of the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys in 2004. The money was made possible through a program called the Emilie Gamelin Program for Patient Assistance, named after the founder of the Sisters of Providence. Much of it was spent on free medical care for people with low incomes. Funds also benefited programs like tattoo removal, school nurse programs and cancer outreach.
THE818NOW
November 27, 2012
A few hundred faithful pass through the doors of Pastor Bob Childress' sanctuary every Sunday, but he worries that sometime in the next decade a 220-mph bullet train may take their place. The future route of the train, as currently drawn, takes dead aim for the Church of the Canyons, an evangelical refuge on Sand Canyon Road in Santa Clarita with a congregation of 450. "This will be an excellent test of our faith," Childress said. California's bullet train has generated plenty of opposition in the areas around the San Gabriel Mountains.
FEATURES
July 28, 2007
ESCALANTE — GROGAN Karen Elizabeth Escalante and Christopher Douglas Grogan , of Chicago, have announced their engagement. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Danny and Sylvia Escalante , of Burbank. She is a graduate of John Burroughs High School. She has an undergraduate degree in psychology and women's studies from UC Berkeley and a doctorate of law degree from the University of Chicago. The groom-to-be is the son of Carolyn Grogan , of Burbank, and Douglas and Susan Grogan , of Santa Clarita.
NEWS
April 12, 2000
Amber Willard SANTA CLARITA -- Sporting a black driver's cap turned backward, Burbank Police Det. Paul Orlowski tapped his tennis shoes in time with his fingers flying along the strings of his bass guitar. Standing next to him at a keyboard, Police Chief Thomas Hoefel was decked out in black sunglasses, his fingers dancing across the keys and bobbing his head while singing backup vocals. When Hoefel and Orlowski aren't busy nabbing criminals, they're rocking the stage with their band, Mutual Aid. "Our message to the kids is that you can dance and have fun without drugs," singer Angela Shepherd told the crowd during a recent concert at a Santa Clarita school carnival.
NEWS
September 3, 2001
Gary Moskowitz SOUTHEAST GLENDALE -- Glendale Police issued a special bulletin announcing a traffic advisory for sections of Central Avenue on Tuesday. Funeral services for Los Angeles county Sheriff's Deputy Hagop 'Jake' Kuredjian will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Armenian Apostolic Church, 500 S. Central Ave. in Glendale. Rev. Vazken Atmajian of St. Mary's said Kuredjian, who resided in Santa Clarita, was a member of the Glendale church.
NEWS
By Christopher Cadelago | August 1, 2009
CITY HALL ? City Manager Mike Flad on Wednesday named William Yeomans to the post of interim financial service director, relieving Deputy City Manager Justin Hess of his double duties. Yeomans, a 20-year veteran of financial administration, is scheduled to begin work Monday. ?In these challenging economic times, having someone with his expertise in municipal finance is essential,? Flad said. Hess, who served as interim director since April 2008, worked in both capacities since being named deputy city manager in January.
NEWS
December 11, 1999
Youth provide items for disaster relief Youth members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from La Canada Flintridge, La Crescenta, Tujunga and Sunland, recently used their creative energies to provide needed items for disaster and humanitarian relief. As part of their Youth Conference in November, the 150 members sacrificed fun to help others. The theme of this years conference was: "After 2000 Years His Light Still Shines." Their projects paid special attention to children with the completion of 50 sets of toy blocks that were cut, sanded and painted and 100 school kits containing blackboards, erasers and chalk.
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