Two Council Seats and three School Board seats up for grabs as well as City Treasurer
The 4th of July in the time of COVID-19 has changed how Burbank will celebrate the 4th. No annual firework displays, picnics in the park with friends and family, or parties at the beach.
The 4th of July is still more than a week away, but the nerve-wracking noise of illegal fireworks have made the last month more of a war zone than a city waiting to celebrate
Package thieves thrive due to the surge in online orders caused by the Coronavirus shutdown
While Congress is working on a third round of PPP loans, some Burbank businesses have yet to receive anything from the first round of Federal loans
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City Manager Justin Hess pulls double duty when disasters endanger Burbank
Substitute teachers left without an income petition to be included in the school district’s employee compensation during the Coronavirus shutdown.
Real ID's pushed back one year. Hollywood Burbank Airport will not require until October of 2021
Anxiety is high as restaurateurs wonder how much longer they can keep their doors open, while the country grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic
Burbank joins other districts in shutting down schools during coronavirus outbreak
Different departments in the City of Burbank are preparing for the coronavirus
All traffic on the I-5 Freeway will be stopped in both directions April 25 through 27 between the 170 and 134 freeways