The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Homing in on a 3-day weekend
For Burbank resident Reynaldo Ramirez, Labor Day weekend is usually an excuse to get away.
Program serving fewer children
CITY HALL — Faced with limited resources, the city’s Youth and Family Services program served fewer at-risk youth and their parents last year compared with previous years, but boasted a higher success rate, records show.
Enrollment soars at community colleges
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Enrollment at California community colleges rose 4.9% since the end of the 2007-08 academic year, state officials announced, with similar trends tracking at Glendale Community College.
City makes short-term pact with lobbyist
CITY HALL — City officials have moved to a month-by-month contract with its state lobbyist in order to “reassess” how the firm fits in with the ever-changing needs of Glendale Water & Power.
COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF: CRESCENTA VALLEY HIGH: Falcons have lofty aspirations
GLENDALE — Coming off the field shortly after being eliminated from the playoffs last season stung at first.
Patrolling the line
Since the members of the Crescenta Valley High football team haven’t been able to practice outside on the field for nearly a week because of the repercussions from the nearby Station fire, Ryan Ingraldi found himself at home studying.