Recently retired Burbank Fire Department Chief Ray Krakowski and Logix Federal Credit Union were given awards for past service
In partnership with local retail pet stores, the Burbank Animal Shelter will hold traveling adoption events starting with Peggy Wood’s Pet Emporium on March 2, and A La Mutt on March 16
Results mean at least one incumbant Councilman will be ousted with four to compete in run-off. Four will also go after two School Board Seats and Mullins elected City Clerk
Residents and community leaders from across California's 28th district welcomed Rep. Adam Schiff (D) to his new office in downtown Burbank on Thursday. Several hundred stood in long queues to have a moment with the congressman, not only to say "hello," but to give their opinions on a wide variety of topics related to California and the United States.
Platinum is the highest level possible and BWP’s EcoCampus has three buildings either constructed or under construction to Platinum level standards. Of the 50 or so LEED Platinum buildings in California, three will exist on the BWP campus
Lead by Peter Musurlian's four victories and Walter Lutz, Jr. with one award, The Burbank Channel topped all other Division "B" competitors at the 63rd Annual RTNA Golden Mike Awards Banquet
Former Chiefs, City Officials gather for the Fire Department's Change of Command Ceremony, which is a tradition.
After several days of work, a handicap ramp will now have full access after power pole was moved to the side
Caltrans, which manages two of the nation’s busiest passenger rail lines, is asking its rapidly growing passenger base what they think about rail systems in California
The City of Burbank has scheduled three forums for residents to offer input in the search for a permanent city manager.
City Council decides to outlaw the sale of "Puppy Mill" dogs in Burbank pet stores. There will be no 'grandfather' clause for existing businesses
This is a final article in a series researching the introduction of a proposed pet Sales and Breeding Regulations Ordinance that may potentially eliminate the sale of commercially bred dogs and cats in the City of Burbank.
This is the final article in a series researching the introduction of a proposed pet Sales and Breeding Regulations Ordinance that may potentially eliminate the sale of commercially bred dogs and cats in the City of Burbank.