The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Community steps up for family
The death of a Glendale mother of six children last month struck a chord with city workers and local property owners who have since donated $600 in gift cards to help the family buy food.
Ash still teems in the foothills
LA CRESCENTA — Even as attention has turned to the dangers posed by a wet winter on the barren hillsides of the Angeles National Forest, foothill residents say they’re continuing to grapple with a sooty menace — ash.
Workforce board well running dry
LOS ANGELES — Federal stimulus grants have helped the Verdugo Workforce Investment Board assist more jobless workers in recent months than ever before, but the funds have also turned the spotlight on a looming problem: The money is running out.
Tornadoes run over
BURBANK — Burroughs High running back Dalton Williams has proven to be a standout athlete for the Indians this season, pacing his team with four touchdowns prior to Thursday night’s Pacific League game against Hoover.
Loretta delivers walk-off for L.A.
GLENDALE — At this point in his 15-year Major League Baseball career, Mark Loretta’s job description has been simplified for the most part to watching from the dugout and staying ready, waiting for his chance to affect a game with his bat.
EDUCATION MATTERS: Lawsuits not the proper thanks
I have written before about the accommodations that Glendale schools have put forth to improve the learning environment for our students with special needs.