The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Paying tribute to fallen firefighter
LA CRESCENTA — Hundreds of residents and emergency responders filled freeway overpasses Friday in silent tribute to the passing procession of a firefighter who died battling the massive Station fire this week.
Safety officials look for arsonist
HANSEN DAM PARK — An ongoing homicide investigation cast a cloud over a prayer gathering at the Station fire interagency command center early Friday for two firefighters who died battling the massive blaze, which authorities believe was deliberately set.
Community unites to fight blaze
GLENDALE — City employees have devoted thousands of hours during the Station fire ordering evacuations and equipment, manning barricades and protecting homes. The net effect has put pressure on maintaining everyday services, officials said this week.
District, teachers talk separately
GLENDALE — Contract negotiations between Glendale Unified School District officials and the teachers union remain stalled as the new academic year begins, with no plans for a restart until October, officials said.
COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF: GLENDALE HIGH: New-look Nitros still learning
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — With the revelry and chronicle that accompanied Glendale High’s first winning season upon the gridiron since 1993 came the optimism of a program’s renaissance.
Keeping the reins, changing the game
When last Moises Chavez played under the Friday night lights for Glendale High, he torched archrival Hoover for five touchdowns.
FROM THE BACK PEWS: Making a humble start
This is probably the hardest piece I’ve had to write for any newspaper.