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December 27, 2000
BEST BET Kids can join Storyteller Steve as he reads "Lucille's Snowsuit" by Kathryn Laski. This winter story about a little pig who thinks snowsuits are for babies, will be read at 7 p.m. Thursday at Barnes & Noble, 731 N. San Fernando Blvd. 558-1383. TODAY The Burbank Sunrise Kiwanis Club meets at 6:45 a.m. Wednesdays at DeBell Golf Club, 1500 Walnut Ave. 842-3323. The Burbank Chapter of the Leads Club, an international organization for business referrals, meets 7:15 to 8:45 a.m. Wednesdays at the Courtside Restaurant at the Toluca Lake Sports Center, 6711 Forest Lawn Drive.
March 12, 2014
Roughly 50 employees were evacuated from a Burbank business after a dust collector caught fire, authorities said. Firefighters were called to Senior Aerospace - located at 2980 N. San Fernando Blvd. - at 4:16 p.m. to knock down the fire, which did not appear to affect the structure, said Burbank Fire Capt. Peter Hendrickson. Further details were not immediately available. [UPDATE: 8:15 p.m.] The fire was contained before 6 p.m., according to Hendrickson. The fire was the second reported in Burbank on Wednesday.
March 4, 2014
Al F. Dossin, a longtime Burbank resident and former mayor, died on Feb. 28 in the Media City. He was 84.  Viewing is from 5 to 9 p.m. tonight at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills and graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Forest Lawn. Among the longtime Burbank resident's accomplishments were being elected to the Burbank City Council in 1985, becoming mayor in 1988, former mayor Mary Lou Howard said. "He was deeply committed to the city he was entrusted to serve, passionate on the issues and challenges it faced and committed to effecting a positive path throughout all his years of service," Howard said.
By Jeff Tully, | February 17, 2014
Burroughs High girls' water polo Coach Michael Singhanate knows the task facing his team will be a daunting one. But as has been the case all season, he is hoping this recent challenge will provide another learning experience for his players. Burroughs was able to garner the fourth and final automatic postseason berth from the Pacific League and, as its reward; it will travel to face top-seeded Riverside Poly. The Indians will open the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs by heading to face the Bears, the Inland Valley League champion and overall No. 1 seed in the tournament Wednesday.
By Alene Tchekmedyian, | January 11, 2014
The Burbank Community YMCA is slated to unveil next week its $1-million renovation, which includes upgrades to its aquatics center, pool and gym. On Wednesday, the public can join the center in celebrating 90 years in Burbank, along with the renovations. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is slated to take place at 1:45 p.m. at the Y, which is located at 321 E. Magnolia Blvd. Two-time Olympic swimming gold medalist Cathy Ferguson, along with Burbank Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy, will host the event.
By Jeff Tully, | May 6, 2013
The previous two seasons, the Burroughs High boys' tennis team was able to play its way to two straight appearances in the CIF Southern Section Division II semifinals. In both years, the Indians were paced by talented singles player Garrett Auproux, who captured two straight Pacific League singles titles while being named the All-Area Singles Player of the Year twice. However, the Indians knew their postseason road was going to get more difficult this season when they were moved up to challenging Division I, where some of the most talented teams in the nation preside.
By Jeff Tully, | March 5, 2013
Last season, the Providence High girls' basketball team went into the CIF State Basketball Championships with wide-eyed wonder. The Pioneers program had never participated in state competition and the team ventured blindly into uncharted territory. But Providence made it seem like it had been there before, defeating Rock Academy, 68-35, and then Orangewood Academy, 44-34, before advancing to the regional semifinals. In the game, Providence saw its season come to an end with a 64-28 loss to Mission Prep.
By Grant Gordon, | February 10, 2013
Despite finishing second in the Pacific League behind the CIF Southern Section Division V tournament's top seed in Crescenta Valley High, Burroughs did not exactly get a favorable draw when Sunday's playoff pairings were released. But Indians Coach Danny Garcia finds himself “pretty happy” with playing Los Padres League champion Lompoc Cabrillio in the first round on Wednesday at 5 p.m., but was disappointed that it will be on the road. “I kinda assumed we would be home because we played at home last year after we finished second,” said Garcia, whose Indians were one of four second-place teams out of six in the division that got road matches.
By Andrew J. Campa, | January 9, 2013
BURBANK - There were two contests in one taking place during Pacific League girls' soccer action at Burroughs Memorial Field on Wednesday afternoon. The first revolved around a brutish game in which both teams combined for three cards, two ejections, two warnings against the crowd and a physical level of play that perhaps neither the Bulldogs or Indians were aptly prepared. The second and most important, revolving around simple wins and losses and league standing, was perhaps lost in the above interference, as host Burroughs, which, behind a hat trick from junior striker Emma Pineiro, was victorious versus Pasadena, 4-0. “It was definitely a physical game and some of my girls are not used to that stuff,” Burroughs second-year Coach Eddie Garcia said.
November 28, 2012
VALENCIA - Two games into the season and the Burroughs High girls' basketball team is still trying to work out the kinks. Some of those kinks were evident throughout the first three quarters Wednesday in a pool-play game of the Valencia High Hive Classic against Agoura. The Indians had trouble with their transition defense and didn't shoot the ball well, allowing the Chargers to take a double-digit lead. However, Burroughs battled back in the fourth quarter and actually had a lead.
July 30, 2012
Burbank residents no longer need to leave home to check out library books. The city announced Monday that its ebooks will be available for the first time on Aug.1. “We're very excited to be able to add this service,” Sharon Cohen, the library services director, said in a statement. The library currently has 1,200 electronic titles available, with more on the way. Patrons can check out up to five ebooks at a time for seven to 14 days on most electronic devices, except the Nook ereader.
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