The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Minimizing utility risks
CITY HALL — On the bulletin board across from his desk, Patrick Hayes keeps a picture of the 2006 Linda Vista main break as a constant reminder of the damage that can be caused by failed pipes.
Businesses weather road repairs
KENNETH VILLAGE — What one passing shopper described as “a nightmare” began with repair work in response to a burst water main last year on Grandview Avenue.
Malls look to co-sign
DOWNTOWN — The Glendale Galleria and Americana at Brand are seeking concessions from the Redevelopment Agency to permit advertisements on the exterior of their properties, city officials confirmed Friday.
22 pounds of cocaine seized
BOB HOPE AIRPORT — A 47-year-old woman who authorities said tried to smuggle nearly 22 pounds of cocaine through a security checkpoint at Bob Hope Airport is scheduled to appear Oct. 6 in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Knights get best of Indians
BURBANK — When the St. Francis High and Burroughs football teams get together each season, the matchup tends to bring out the best in both squads.
Falcons squeak by on field goal
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — A week removed from coming up short of a comeback in an upset bid, the Crescenta Valley football team came from behind to stave off an upset.
VERDUGO VIEWS: Creamery founders built in canyon
When Doris and Jack Quinn moved into the Chevy Chase area in 1965, their home was surrounded by many others, including one of the oldest in the neighborhood, a brick house built by Tom and Valley Knudsen, of Knudsen Creamery fame.