Author: Staff

South Hills Church – Doing Good by Loving The 818

South Hills Church is hosting a couple of events this week. Pastor Dave Stewart sent this in if you're interested in helping during the COVID-19 difficult times.

Letter to the Editor: Burbank Councilman Reassures Public

"Please know our City is doing everything possible to maintain our essential services for the residents"

Services Announced for Jon Olin

Family announce services for Jon Olin

Swift Moving Fire Consumes a Burbank Home

Burbank Fire Department responded to the 1300 Blk of North Brighton after receiving many 911 calls for a reported house fire

Letter to the Editor: School Board President Asks for Support of Measure I

Our current school district's fiscal woes are not due to the district's lack of frugality

Burbank K-9 Retires and His Handler Moving on to Become a Detective

Tonight Burbank K-9 Officer Joel Rodriguez and his partner Kimo both end almost a decade together as working partners.

Motorcycle Accidents On The Rise On Burbank Streets

The Burbank Police responded to another motorcycle-involved traffic accident that occurred on Tuesday evening, January 14, in the 2600 block of Olive Avenue.

Burbank Rose Float “Rise Up” Brings Home Prestigious Leishman Public Spirit Award

Burbank's Float, "Rise Up," won the Leishman Public Spirit Award which is presented for the most outstanding floral presentation from a non-commercial entry.

Burbank’s Rose Float Ready For A Parade

Burbank's entry into this years Tournament of Roses Parade was judged for the last time Tuesday afternoon, the Burbank Float Rise Up pulled out and headed to Pasadena around 7 PM.

Long-Time Burbank Resident Eugene ‘Gene’ Miller Passes Away

Eugene was a fixture at St. Francis Xavier Church where he was a parishioner, he served in many capacities and was relied upon in fixing and helping the school and the church’s needs, additionally he ran the electrical for the St. Francis Old Tyme Country Faire for over the past 50 years.

Letter to the Editor: Burbank Residents Want Affordable Housing, Not Hotels

The City needs to aggressively pursue low-income housing development if it hopes to come close to achieving its low-income Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) goals

Jerry Barron Known As ‘The Pie Man’ Passes Away

Jerry passed away into the arms of his beloved Savior in the early morning hours of November 6th.

Police Honor Fallen Fellow Officers with Wreath Ceremony

The Burbank Police Department Honor Guard presented two wreaths at The Guardians statue to honor their fallen heroes, Officer Matthew Pavelka and Deputy City Marshal Luther Colson