The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Owners scare up tenants
DOWNTOWN — Halloween retailers have taken up prime positions in Glendale and Burbank, moving into unfilled space left behind by box stores Circuit City and Mervyns.
Schools’ overall scores up
GLENDALE — Students in the Glendale Unified School District improved their standardized test rankings, according to figures released Tuesday by state education officials, but minority and low-income students continued to score below the statewide benchmark.
Delay on pot clinics is on table
CITY HALL — The City Council on Tuesday introduced an ordinance that, if approved next week, would set a 45-day moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries within Glendale.
GCC search committee grows
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Citing earlier pledges of community involvement, the Glendale Community College Board of Trustees voted Monday to add another member to the search committee in charge of finding a new permanent chief executive for the campus.
Rivals down defending champs
LA CRESCENTA — Several weeks ago, Crescenta Valley High girls’ tennis Coach Tom Gossard predicted that four or five teams would battle for the Pacific League championship this season.
Glendale handles Hoover
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — When a seasoned Glendale High girls’ tennis team met a Hoover squad with an admitted lack of experience, the result played out more or less as one might expect.
A WORD, PLEASE: A sight for readers’ sore ‘-ize’
I wasn’t looking for trouble. I was minding my own business, standing in my kitchen washing dishes and couldn’t help but hear the TV in the next room.