The Early Edition – Glendale News Press
Falcons fly past Verdugo Hills
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — Nearly half of the first quarter passed before Crescenta Valley High’s offense took the field, but it took less than a minute for the Falcons football team to affirm its dominance against Verdugo Hills.
Homeowners may get break
GLENDALE — Homeowners may get an unprecedented property tax break in 2010 if the California Board of Equalization this fall determines there has been deflation in the past year, officials said.
Reservoir is almost done
CITY HALL — The gaping hole that has dominated the Chevy Chase Country Club golf course for months has been covered with dirt as crews begin work on shoring up a $21.5-million replacement of a massive underground reservoir.
Students help the homeless
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — A two-week campaign soliciting school supplies at Glendale Community College ended Friday with 44 backpacks that will be donated to homeless schoolchildren in Glendale and nearby communities.
Knights strike early, often
ARCADIA — With a new quarterback on board, Dietrich Riley would like nothing more than to continue being a supreme wide receiver.
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.
FROM THE BACK PEWS: There isn’t much that we can’t learn from
This past weekend, I attended the funeral of a man whom I knew only as an acquaintance. He and his wife were close friends of my parents. The man was a great asset to our parish, where he volunteered thousands of hours over the 40 years he and his wife were parishioners.