The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Schools laud traffic jams
GLENDALE — The traffic safety improvements put in place at the notoriously congested Glenwood Road access for three schools have had a noticeable effect on driving habits, administrators said.
Jobless rate rises again
The unemployment rate in Glendale crept up to 11% in August, up from 10.9% a month prior when the rate surged a full percentage point, according to figures released Friday by the California Economic Development Department.
Krekorian poised for runoff election
Democratic Assemblyman Paul Krekorian will make his final campaign push for Los Angeles City Council over the weekend in advance of an election Tuesday that could spur a race to replace him.
Hyatt might get new art
CITY HALL — A United Nations-sanctioned artist could bring a piece of his work to a downtown street corner under a public art proposal for the Hyatt Hotel slated for the corner of Wilson and Central avenues.
Knights ‘Battle’ to close win
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — It was a defensive stalemate that transformed into an offensive roller coaster.
At long last, Tornadoes triumph
SOUTH PASADENA — It’s about time.
SERVICE CLUBS: Happy Kiwanis ducks return
Quacky, the Glendale Kiwanis duck mascot, began last Friday afternoon’s opening of “Duck Season” by leading the Crescenta Valley High School Marching Band and a trolley full of dignitaries into the Americana at Brand to begin the campaign for the fifth annual Glendale Kiwanis Incredible Duck Splash.