The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Armenians protest protocols
GLENDALE — Chanting and signs filled Pelanconi Park and its surrounding streets Sunday as thousands of people gathered to rally against the protocols for new talks between Armenia and Turkey.
Foothills learn to ‘Play It Safe’
NORTH GLENDALE — With memories of the recent Station fire fresh in the Foothill communities, residents came out Saturday to the Verdugo Hills Hospital parking lot for the third annual “Play It Safe” Emergency Expo.
Area prepares for El Niño
LA CRESCENTA — Residents packed the Center for Spiritual Living on Saturday morning for the first of two community meetings on efforts to protect residential areas from flooding and mudslides this winter.
Local library tries to help itself
GLENDALE — As residents perused the shelves at Chevy Chase Library’s massive book sale, they were helping to support the library’s step in a new direction.
The Rise of an Olympian
This is the first of a three-part feature story on the life and career of undefeated Glendale boxing phenom Vanes “The Nightmare” Martirosyan. It will run in consecutive installments.
Vaqs are stopped in their tracks
COSTA MESA — Sophomore tailback Ray Holley still considers the Orange Coast College football team a work in progress.
START THE PRESSES: Meet editors at local tavern
It has been an interesting few weeks in Glendale. Our fair city has seen more than its fair share of mayhem recently, leading to a few tough decisions about coverage. Before I get into this, however, I want to announce what I’m calling a “Meet the Editors” event.