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NEWS
March 19, 2003
Ryan Carter An effort to study the possibility of the National Park Service securing local mountain land and connecting it to almost 750,000 acres in the largest urban park in the world has inched a step closer to reality. A Senate subcommittee approved legislation last week after Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) testified, urging congressional approval of a federal study that would connect the Verdugo and San Rafael mountains and hills above Burbank, La Crescenta and La Canada Flintridge to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
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NEWS
August 1, 2001
Gary Moskowitz RANCHO DISTRICT -- Early Sunday morning, the 22 young riders washed and curried their horses, polished and shined their saddles and put on their traditional, cavalry-style riding uniforms. By 9:30 a.m., the riders of the California Rangers' Eagle Troop had lined up inside the Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Burbank for a full inspection of horses and gear before participating in the Equestrian Trails, Inc. Mounted Drill Team Championships.
NEWS
June 22, 2013
With some fanfare Friday, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the new Bob Hope Airport-Hollywood Way Metrolink Station, which, if all goes according to plan, will be ready in 2015 to deliver passengers to the airport from the Santa Clarita, Antelope and North San Fernando valleys. Nearly $4 million in Measure R funds will pay for the new station. This transit facility is only one piece of the puzzle that must be assembled in order to provide rail connections for all travelers - Southland residents as well as the tourists who are so key to the economic vitality of the region.
NEWS
By Alene Tchekmedyian, alene.tchekmedyian@latimes.com | April 19, 2014
Burbank police raised roughly $2,500 for the Special Olympics on Thursday by waiting on tables and serving food at the annual “Tip-A-Cop” event, officials said. A dozen police officers, cadets and explorers in uniform collected tips at the Claim Jumper in Burbank to benefit athletes in the Special Olympics. “It just gives us another opportunity to help others,” said Burbank Police Officer Joshua Kendrick. “It's a very selfless act not only for the police department, but for those who are willing to donate as well.” The funds will help cover costs for the year-round program, including transportation, facility rentals and uniforms for the roughly 500 athletes in the Tri-Valley and Santa Clarita area, according to Laura Mayo, regional director for the Special Olympics.
NEWS
November 6, 2004
Guild casts joyful spell with fashion brunch A bewitching time was shared when the La Providencia Guild conjured up the "Hocus Pocus!" brunch and fashion show Oct. 24 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Universal City. Cappuccinos in hand, the more than 600 members and guests gathered outside during the social time to cast their tickets into the boxes for beautiful prize packages. The gifts were so spellbinding, the tickets were sold out before everyone made their way into the banquet room for brunch.
NEWS
August 7, 2002
Laura Sturza Even moving from San Francisco's notoriously pricey housing market, Information Technology Director Jennifer Wyatt was not ready for Burbank's housing costs. "I traded one bad housing market for another," Wyatt said. In San Francisco, working for the city and county paid off -- she was able to rent a three-bedroom apartment for $1,800, which was below the market price for such a unit. Prices for three-bedroom houses in Burbank at roughly $440,000 were more than she expected, though San Francisco's market is even higher, Wyatt said.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | February 16, 2008
SANTA CLARITA — The Burbank High boys’ basketball team played like a team trying to prove something in its postseason opener against Golden Valley. The Bulldogs played like the squad that upset league champion Pasadena and second-place Burroughs during Pacific League play earlier in the year. Burbank didn’t play like a team that entered the CIF Southern Section Division IIAA playoffs on a four-game losing skid. The Bulldogs played well in the second half Wednesday and were able to run away with a 70-51 wild-card win at Golden Valley.
NEWS
December 23, 2006
Former California State Assembly Majority Leader Dario Frommer joined the law firm Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP's California Government Practice Group at its Los Angeles office, the law firm's spokesperson said on Dec. 12. Frommer served three terms spanning six years in the state legislature representing the 43rd Assembly District. His last day in office was Nov. 30. The law firm's Government Practice Group represents clients in legislative, administrative, enforcement and contract matters concerning federal, state and local governments.
NEWS
August 29, 2001
Gary Moskowitz MAGNOLIA PARK -- Mike Bertam looks forward to the sense of accomplishment that comes over a student's face when they've done something well. It's that look Bertram wanted to see when he took over as assistant principal of instruction at John Burroughs High School last May. Now, he's preparing for the 2001-02 school year. "A student of mine came back to see me once just to thank me, and that moment has stuck with me ever since," said Bertram, a Hoover High School graduate and former assistant principal at La Canada High School.
NEWS
October 11, 2003
Joyce Rudolph An elaborate musical revue saluting America was the highlight of La Providencia Guild's gala Sunday at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. Proceeds from the "Celebrate America" fashion show and brunch benefit an endowment for nursing excellence at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. President Irene Terusa and Chairwoman Sharon Terranova sparkled in their patriotic colors, and welcomed more than 600 members and guests during the social time.
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