Scholl Canyon Subject of Debate

By Brian CHERNICK
Glendale and Eagle Rock residents showed up in large numbers at the Sept. 5 Glendale City Council meeting to express their concerns regarding the future of the Scholl Canyon Landfill and its possible expansion.
Located in the southeast of Glendale, bordering Pasadena and Eagle Rock just above the 134, the 56-year-old integrated waste disposal […]

Concessions Preclude Hotel Approval

By Brian CHERNICK
After more than four hours of hearings, deliberations and two hold-out votes, a new hotel in the heart of downtown Glendale was approved with a number of exceptions that go beyond the city’s land use ordinances and standards.
Hotel Louise – the proposed new hotel on the southwest corner of Louise and Wilson – […]

GPD Requests Public’s Help

Glendale police are asking for the public’s help with information concerning a residential burglary that occurred on Wednesday morning at about 10 a.m. in the 3500 block of Santa Carlotta Street.
The suspect’s vehicle is described as a black 2007 four-door Toyota Corolla with dark black tinted windows.
Detectives are requesting residents in the area to check […]

Special Event for Historic Birthday

Special Event for Historic Birthday

By Nestor CASTIGLIONE
Glendale will be celebrating the birthday of a very special member of the community this weekend, which has aged so gracefully that one would never guess it’s only a few years shy of the century mark.
The Alex Theatre, the crown jewel of Glendale’s cultural life, will be holding a bash for its 92nd […]

Council Appoints New Members

By Brian CHERNICK
Ronnie Gharibian and Zanku Armenian were appointed to the Community Development Block Grant Advisory Committee during Tuesday night’s Glendale City Council meeting. Alejandro Parajon was appointed to the Audit Committee and Lynda Burns to the Commission on the Status of Women.
Councilmember Vrej Agajanian expressed his concerns, which were backed by Sinanyan, with the […]

Adventist Health-Glendale Honored

Adventist Health Glendale has been recognized as one of the best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report for 2017-18 in three types of care: orthopedics, geriatrics and neurology & neurosurgery, and in two adult conditions, including chronic heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Adventist Health Glendale was regionally ranked as number 16 in […]

Residents Upset with Billboard Decision

By Brian CHERNICK
The Glendale City Council on Tuesday expressed its solidarity with residents after an hour of statements from residents in response to Americana at Brand’s decision to reject a request to use billboard space to advertise a documentary film that focused on the Armenian genocide.
Residents urged council members to take action against the Americana, […]

Glendale Police Respond to Fatal Shooting

Glendale Police Respond to Fatal Shooting

By Mary O’KEEFE
Glendale Police Department homicide detectives continue their investigation into the murder of a Montrose woman that occurred on Tuesday night.
Glendale police have released the name of the woman that was shot and killed in the parking garage beneath her Montrose Avenue apartment.

Hy Soon Oh, 67, owned South Los Angeles business with her husband. […]

Time Extended to Rockhaven Developer

By Brian CHERNICK
Glendale City Council voted on Tuesday to provide an additional 12 months to the development company responsible for revitalizing the Rockhaven Sanitarium in northern Glendale in order for it to complete its Exclusive Negotiation Agreement (ENA) with the city.
Gangi Development’s need for the extension comes after lenders backed away from funding the project […]

Glendale Police Arrests Arson Suspect

On July 30, the Glendale Police Dept. arrested a 51-year-old San Pedro man who caused fire to a church located in the City of Glendale.
The initial incident occurred on the evening of July 6 just before midnight. An unknown suspect caused fire to the Faith Center Church located in the 1600 block of South Glendale […]

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