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CIF CHAMPIONS: Burroughs Boys Cross Country Wins School’s First-Ever CIF Title

The Indians win the Division I CIF Championship with an amazing run last Saturday at Mt. SAC

Burbank Dolphins (Photos courtesy of Mike Graceffo)

Burbank Dolphins Advance to SCMAF State Tourney

Dolphins win the San Gabriel Valley A Division with three convincing victories this past weekend

Tony Toledo did all he could for Burbank rushing for 119 yards (Photo By Edward Tovmassian)

Burbank’s Season Ends in 48-27 Loss to Salesian

It was an admirable campaign for the Bulldogs who persevered through injuries all season only to fall short in the CIF Quarterfinals



Burroughs boys cross country wins school's first-ever CIF Championship; Burbank's Candela Fernandez places third overall in Division I


Bell-Jeff to Host Basketball Madness This Saturday Night

Basketball action will include Girls, JV Boys and Varsity Boys vs. Bell-Jeff alumni

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CIF CHAMPIONS: Burroughs Boys Cross Country Wins School’s First-Ever CIF Title

The Indians win the Division I CIF Championship with an amazing run last Saturday at Mt. SAC

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Burbank Mayor Dr. David Gordon with a Christmas Elf, Santa and Mrs. Claus. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Magnolia Park Holiday In The Park Posts Huge Attendance

Magnolia Park's biggest party of the year saw more attractions, more attendance and more fun for all ages, while highlighting the shopping district's creative community and eclectic boutiques.

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Salvation Army Volunteers Serve Up Thanksgiving Meals

Captain Craig Summerfield along with his wife Marianneke serve some guests during this years Thanksgiving Dinner. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Salvation Army volunteers serve up meals to 170 people including families, individuals and the homeless during revived Community Thanksgiving Dinner. Holiday Inn of Burbank-Media Center, Aramark and Big Citizen Hub made it happen.

Road Closures for Thanksgiving YMCA Turkey Trot


The following street closures will take place on Thanksgiving morning for the YMCA Turkey Trot


Burbank Police Department Receives CALEA Accreditation

Present in Albuquerque, New Mexico to receive the accreditation award on November 22, 2014, were City Manager Mark Scott, Chief Scott LaChasse, Deputy Chief Tom Angel, Captain Ron Caruso, and the Department’s Accreditation Manager Lieutenant Armen Dermenjian (Photo Courtesy Burbank Police Dept.)

Award is considered the highest standard of excellence in law enforcement with the Burbank Police Department becoming the second municipal law enforcement agency in Los Angeles County to be accredited

Century Dragon Serves Up Excellent Chinese Food

Sesame Chicken at Century Dragon, garnished with perfectly steamed broccoli. (Photo By Lisa Paredes)

The Magnolia Park eatery boasts a huge menu. From typical Americanized-Chinese fare to more traditional Chinese preparations, Century Dragon has some excellent dishes.

Burbank High 3D Printer Puts 21st Century Tech In Student Hands

Burbank High School art students (from left to right), eleventh-grader Lizbeth Najera, tenth-grader Storm Lamoureaux and twelvth-grader Mark Gonzalez, show some of the pieces created with the school's 3D printer. (Photo By Lisa Paredes)

Burbank High School teacher James Bentley explains how students use a 3D printer in the classroom. BUSD plans to add additional printers to both high schools as they add and develop additional digital media and manufacturing classes in the future.

Gallery Of Secrets Revealed In Burbank

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank Art For All Foundation's Secret Art Show raised money for the Burbank Unified School District's arts education programs at the annual gallery auction with small treasures created by notable names in the art and entertainment world. The online art auction of remaining art runs until January 9.

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