The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Hoover can’t reach win
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — Over the past couple of seasons, the Hoover High football team has absorbed its share of humbling, sometimes crushing, losses.
Police: Serial flasher caught
GLENDALE — A 19-year-old Glendale man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of flashing at least six women this summer, police said.
Burbank waits on tunnel
CITY HALL — A slew of speakers opposed to the controversial 710 Freeway underground extension, coupled with formal objections from sister cities Glendale, La Cañada Flintridge and South Pasadena, wasn’t enough Tuesday to push the Burbank City Council into the fray.
Housing vouchers may be frozen
CITY HALL — City officials called for additional federal funds Tuesday to subsidize federal funding reductions that will force the city to freeze 25 of its Section 8 low-income housing vouchers.
Park claims top honor
GLENDALE — It might take some time to get things in order concerning the outlook of the Crescenta Valley High girls’ golf team, but at least it won’t have to worry about the progress being made by its top athlete.
Holy Family hangs on for win
BURBANK — While strolling up a familiar driveway Thursday afternoon, James Jimenez received numerous greetings and well wishes from former students and co-workers.
EDUCATION MATTERS: Inside look at Obama speech
On Tuesday, our president addressed the youth of our nation. He talked about staying in school. He talked about the value of hard work. He talked about setting goals. He talked about taking responsibility for one’s life decisions.