The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
A boon for language class
Federal grants worth $2.4 million will expand successful dual-language programs at Glendale Unified School District to more campuses, officials said Wednesday.
Tips on suspect sought
GLENDALE — Police on Wednesday released a photo of John Levin, the 45-year-old resident arrested at the Canadian border on suspicion of killing his wife and family dog, in an effort to attract public tips on his possible whereabouts in the days leading up to his arrest.
Sights set on neon art museum
CITY HALL — The Los Angeles-based Museum of Neon Art could move into a vacant, city-owned building across from the Americana at Brand under a proposed agreement that, if successful, would represent one the largest cultural jolts to downtown in years.
Preparing for floods after the Station fire
GLENDALE — City officials announced plans Wednesday for securing hillsides left bare by the Station fire against what is expected to be a wet winter.
Gaels halt Cougar comeback
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Blowing a sizable lead and losing the third game of Wednesday’s nonleague match at Glendale Adventist Academy turned out to be nothing more than a bump in the road on Holy Family’s way to a 25-15, 25-16, 21-25, 25-11 win.
GAME OF THE WEEK: CRESCENTA VALLEY AT ST. FRANCIS: Another battle on tap
GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area’s upcoming high school football games.
A BALCONY VIEW: Take back the streets
I’d like to congratulate Gina Puckett on being one of the first residents, besides me, to post something on the Crescenta Valley blog. In her post, she asked if I was going to “serve a media function, or just blog about whatever interests you (sic) and/or the L.A. Times?”