"Firefighters Quest for Burn Survivors" is a non-profit organization managed by firefighters and civilians who volunteer their services and are dedicated to assist those that have been affected by burn injuries
Burbank's City Council honored Burbank Older Americans Volunteer Service Award acknowledges volunteers who are 60 years or over
There was a packed room of Burbank business leaders and residents for the annual Prayer Breakfast
After undergoing a complete reconstruction, the Verdugo Pool is now being filled as anticipation grows for it's opening
Parking Promotion and Facebook Follower Travel Contest Lead into Summer Travel Season
Nearly 200 families with autistic children joined ground staff and aircrews from JetBlue, TSA officers, and airport staff on Saturday afternoon to experience the realities of air travel. JetBlue has sponsored its “Wings for Autism” program over the past three years, and selected Burbank for the first west coast “travel rehearsal” event.
New airline to provide flights from Burbank to Imperial County
After 20 years of serving the citizens of Burbank, Dave Golonski makes a graceful exit and after seven years of waiting, Dr. David Gordon is selected Vice Mayor
The elimination of air traffic controllers across the nation, including at LAX and Burbank, was beginning to cause flight disruptions and delays, and impacting commerce in a way that would further injure our economy.
“Together in Stride, Centennial Pride” is the motto of the class of 2013 as family members help pin badges on their new uniforms following grueling 14 week academy
Downtown streets will be packed with digital artists, street painters, sculptors, photographers and more than 12,000 art lovers on four blocks of San Fernando Boulevard between Magnolia Boulevard and Olive Avenue this weekend
During his three years as Interim Chief, he has brought in a top command staff and instituted policies to stabilize the police department after internal problems had ripped through its core
11,123 ballots cast (18.2% of registered voters). Dave Golonski voted out of City Council after 20 years