The Early Edition: Glendale News-Press
CV too much for Glendale
The game was over, the players had finished shaking hands, but the final, and possibly best, story line of Friday’s Pacific League game between the Crescenta Valley and Glendale football teams had yet to be written.
Cheers for local Oktoberfest
Saturday’s Oktoberfest drew a surge of shoppers to Honolulu Avenue, prompting more buying than store owners have seen from the annual event in years, area leaders said.
New performers for Unity Fest
A stretch of Brand Boulevard will be filled with food, art and dance from around the world Sunday as part of Glendale’s annual celebration of its ethnic and cultural diversity.
Murder charges dropped in crash
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge Friday dismissed two murder charges filed against the driver of a big rig that barreled through the Foothill Boulevard intersection of Angeles Crest Highway on April 1, killing a 12-year-old and her father.
GCC win is par for course
A change in terrain is apparently no big deal for the Glendale Community College men’s and women’s cross-country teams.
SMALL WONDERS: Putting a chill on my distress
The only thing better than Vin Scully on a summer night when everyone is still playing is Vin Scully on an October night when only a few are left.