The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
The risk of running
GLENDALE — Democratic Assemblyman Paul Krekorian’s showing in Tuesday’s special election for Los Angeles City Council District 2 will decide more than just a seat on the dais.
Council OKs Trader Joe’s
CITY HALL — The Montrose Shopping Park will likely soon be home to a Trader Joe’s grocery store, officials said Tuesday.
Museum closer to Glendale move
CITY HALL — The City Council on Tuesday paved the way for lease negotiations with the Museum of Neon Art, voting unanimously to move forward with talks on moving the Los Angeles-based nonprofit into a city-owned building on South Brand Boulevard.
Students get earful about playing loud music
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Organizers of a “listening workshop” Tuesday tried to get a message through to about 1,000 first- and second-graders that research shows has been falling on deaf ears: Turn the volume down or risk irreversible hearing loss.
Nitros start out with loss
BURBANK — Glendale and Burroughs high’s girls’ volleyball teams opened the Pacific League season in head-to-head competition on Tuesday, with each resembling the form in which they finished the 2008 season.
Crescenta Valley returns to form
PASADENA — In seasons past, the Crescenta Valley High boys’ water polo team and Pasadena Poly have brought the best out of each other in a string of nailbiting contests.
A WORD, PLEASE: Wreaking havoc on misuse
A Sept. 14, an AOL News article about food-borne pathogens reported that, “Oysters, steak tartare and sushi are just a few of the foods that often get a bad wrap.”