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KTLA NewsGLENDALE, Calif. -- "CSI: Miami" and "All My Children" actress Eva La Rue has been ordered to dismantle a wooden gate she illegally constructed outside her North Glendale home. On Tuesday night, Glendale city council decided the gate must come down....
When the attorney for F.P. Newport Co. and the Verdugo syndicate that developed Verdugo Woodlands visited the area, he decided to purchase 3 acres on Cañada Boulevard for his own family. The property was later developed as Capistrano Circle. The...
In a recent car commercial, a couple wander around an area easily identified (to locals anyhow) as downtown Burbank. They pass by the Market City Café and Gourmet 88, among others, before deciding on an unidentified meal at an unnamed spot lit by neon....
Muslims are getting such a bad rap these days — let's find out the truth! When I heard the Islamic Center of Glendale would hold on Oct. 17 the first open house of its mosque in Glendale, I thought it could not have come at a better time....
With regard to Theodore Polychronis' letter ("Questions about Caruso and the City Council," Dec.15) about Rick Caruso's plans to take over two properties in order to expand the Americana at Brand, I can only say: Bravo. It's about time someone...
Rep. Adam Schiff told a government class at Crescenta Valley High School that newly elected officials might be able to save California from drowning in red ink ("Political discourse," June 8). Did Schiff tell his captive audience that California...
Tags: Culture, California, Arizona, Arts and Culture, Charles Dickens
The power of the press led Joseph Maier to Glendale. Born in 1845 near Stuttgart, Germany, the young boy read about the California Gold Rush and dreamed of coming to the United States. He and his wife, Fanny, arrived in 1873. Their two sons, Fred and...
Tags: California, Arts and Culture, History, Los Angeles, Family
Regarding the Oct. 14 stories "FBI raid nets 15 accused in $100M Medicare case" and "Developer accused of financial fraud": It was reported on the same day these breaking stories were published in the Glendale News-Press that Mexican authorities had...
Local incumbents shy away from open debate and discussion of their record. Instead, they rely on slick four-color mailers, their party's advantage in registered voters, and a low turnout on Election Day. "We the People" govern this nation through our...
When the Adams Hill Neighborhood Assn. elected to appeal the conditional-use permit city Zoning Administrator Edith Fuentes drafted and granted to the Moonlight Family Restaurant, we knew we were fighting a much bigger battle than the fate of just one...
Do you live in the unincorporated area of La Crescenta, basically between Briggs and Pennsylvania avenues? If so, your Town Council needs you to step up and represent your town. Any registered voter can run for a seat on the Town Council as long as you'...
Tags: California, Society, Los Angeles, Christianity, Ceremonies
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War, a conflict that raged for four years. After the war, many veterans moved West to start a new life, and that movement will be highlighted May 21 at “From War to Reconciliation...
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