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

Burbank Firefighters Quickly Take Care of House Fire

Firefighters took 26 minutes to put out an attic fire in a home on East Valencia Ave. in Burbank on Friday afternoon

Guest House

Guest House Available in Burbank/Toluca Lake approx 225 square feet with hardwood floor
small kitchenette (stove/range, small refrig, sink)…

Police Investigating Armed Robbery in Magnolia Park

Police are looking for a white male, possibly in his 20's and stands between 5' 7" to 6 feet tall

UMeHelps Launches Annual Food Drive to Benefit Burbank Temporary Aid Center

UMe Credit Union is collecting canned goods to support Burbank’s less fortunate. Donations benefit the Burbank Temporary Aid Center

City Council to Take Up Open Seat April 24

Under the City Charter, the Council has 30 days from the occurrence of the vacancy to fill the Council seat

Celebration of Life to be Held Monday for Will Rogers

Mayor Rogers' Celebration of Life will be on Monday, April 23 at 2:30 pm at The Castaway

Burbank Mayor Will Rogers Loses Battle to Cancer

Will Rogers battled stage 4 liver cancer as well as non-alcoholic cirrhosis

Burbank Walmart Testing Artificial Intelligence Robot

Robot learning to handle the repeatable, predictable and manual task of scanning shelves for out-of-stock items, incorrect prices and wrong or missing labels

Luther Middle School Needs You to Vote! Vote! Vote!

Luther Burbank Middle School is up for a $25,000 grant and needs your help

Hollywood Burbank Airport Runs Successful Emergency Exercise

Numerous local agencies participated in an Airport Emergency Plan Full-Scale Exercise designed to test the Airport’s readiness in case of a real incident

Burbank Police Concerned ‘Swatting’ and Use and Misuse of 911 System

Police want to make sure the 911 system is used for the right reasons after several alleged 'Swatting' calls in Burbank recently

Eight Vehicles Ignite After Flammable Liquid Flows Down Gutter

A flammable liquid flowing down the gutter ignited eight vehicle on fire, completely destroying three

State of Burbank Public Schools Remains Positive

Burbank Unified Superintendent Matt Hill talked about the ways many students are thriving in an event hosted by the Burbank Educational Foundation