The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Fire ‘survivors’ pick up the pieces
A self-described ’60s radical leaned over donated T-shirts, pants and shorts, folding and placing them in boxes for victims of the Station fire, which blackened 250 square miles, destroyed more than 80 homes and galvanized a community, he said.
PATH benefit raises funds
DOWNTOWN — Civic and business leaders and champions of local nonprofits had dinner under the stars Saturday at the Americana at Brand as part of a fundraiser for PATH Achieve Glendale, the chapter’s first large-scale benefit since opening its doors to the homeless three years ago.
District gets a $3.9M boost
GLENDALE — Amid concerns a Glendale Unified School District purchase of three apartment buildings for $2.3 million was too pricey at a time of major funding cuts, officials said this week the money came from a rare state reimbursement for the troubled construction project at Crescenta Valley High School.
Scoring freestyle points
In past years, an unassuming cluster of skateboarders varying in age would file into Verdugo Skate Park for what they and organizers characterized as often uninspired tournaments.
Rebels open with loss
LOS ANGELES — A second-quarter play of Saturday’s season opener told the tale of all of Flintridge Prep’s woes against St. Genevieve.
Late stand seals Vaqueros’ win
LOS ANGELES — A near record breaking night of offensive firepower was the story line of the Glendale Community College football team’s last meeting with East Los Angeles College, but in escaping the Huskies’ stadium with a 33-28 win on Saturday, the Vaqueros were very much on the defensive.