Author: Craig Sherwood

About Craig Sherwood

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

Burbank Slightly Opens Door on Marijuana, Closes it on Rancho Developer

Council changes Marijuana Ordinance to allow outside growing and denies zone change in Rancho District

City Council Sets Hearing to Ban Retail Marijuana Outlets in Burbank

Public hearing on Tuesday will amend Burbank's Municipal Code to stop retail stores in Burbank

City Council to Consider Zone Change in Rancho District

Council will decide on changing 4.7-acre property near South Mariposa from Rancho Commercial to Low Density Residential to develop 34 single-family homes

Caltrans Latest Construction Updates and Detours

Construction activities as well as closures and detours announced for coming week

myBurbank Kicks off Halloween Decorating Contest

Residents are encouraged to send in their Burbank addresses for judging. First, second and third places to be recognized

Community Gets Together to Support Troops

UMe Credit Union hosted the Thank-A-Soldier Care Box Assembly and Community BBQ Event this past Saturday

Report of Shots Fired Near Walmart Proves Unsubstantiated

Burbank police responded to numerous calls of shots fired near Walmart but were unable to find any evidence of a crime.

Burbank Fire Chief Tom Lenahan to Retire

Burbank's Fire Chief set to retire from the City on December 28, 2017, and become Fire Chief of the Hollywood-Burbank Airport in January 2018

Bed Bugs Have Burbank Library Cards Revoked

Buena Vista Llibrary was declared completely free of any signs of bed bugs following an inspection by the bug-sniffing dog

Authorities Recover Dead Bobcat in Resident’s Backyard

A decomposing body of a Bobcat was found in the backyard of a Burbank resident

Coffee With a Cop Scheduled for Saturday

Residents are encouraged to stop by and talk with Burbank police about community concerns

Just How Do You Get Your News, Burbank?

With all the social media going on you have to hunt for your local news while traditional news outlets are now being overlooked - but is it right?

L. A. County District Attorney Files Charges in Disney Employee’s Death

Defendant Stergios Antonios Economos allegedly ran a red light, running over victim Michelle Ann Landes, 64, at a crosswalk near Alameda Avenue and Lincoln Street