Author: Craig Sherwood

About Craig Sherwood

Craig Sherwood is the Executive Editor and President of myBurbank.com. He has been in the news business since 1976 and is a lifelong Burbank resident

Four Burbank Secondary Schools Earn Gold Ribbon Awards

California Gold Ribbon Schools Award was created to honor schools in place of the California Distinguished Schools Program

Bill Sets to Start Middle and High School’s at 8:30 am

Bill requires middle schools and high schools to start the school day no earlier than 8:30 a.m.

Congressman Schiff Announces 2017 Women of the Year

Rep. Schiff looks to recognize women who — through their work or volunteerism — have improved the quality of life for our community

Glendale Man Arrested for ATM Explosion at Car Wash

Some type of explosive was used in an attempt to steal money from the machine

Frutos, Springer Elected to City Council

Official Results have been announced by the Burbank City Clerk

Burbank City Budgets Now Available for Easy Viewing

Portal provides enhanced access to City financial information via the City’s website

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Burbank’s Train Depot

Today under the Olive Avenue Bridge there is a gleaming modern train station. It has ample parking, and Elevator to take people up to or down from…

Caltrans Opens Buena Vista / San Fernando Elevated Railroad Crossing

The $40 million realignment and elevation of the railroad tracks are part of the I-5 / Empire Avenue Project

Owner Thwarts Armed Robbery in Donut Shop

Owner grabs handgun and becomes involved in a physical struggle with the suspects

Burbank Celebrates 40th Year as a Tree City USA

Only Burbank and Sacramento are recognized as Tree City USA cities in California

Luther Middle School Needs YOUR Vote!

Your vote could help the Burbank middle school secure a $20,000 grant

Burbank Schools Celebrate 90 Years with ‘State of the Schools’ Breakfast

Burbank Educational Foundation's first "State of the Schools" breakfast at The Castaway brought out Burbank's finest in both the present and future

Juveniles Arrested For Series Of Trash Can Fires

Between November 2016 and February 2017, five trash can fires were set in the Stough Park Nature Center area