Author: Staff

Obituary: Alice Louise Allen

Alice Louise Allen, a Burbank resident for most of her 90 years, passed away peacefully on Oct. 22 after a life dedicated to family, friends and the pursuit of adventure, knowledge and laughter

No Pants, No Service: Man Arrested at CVS for Threatening Police

Police were called for someone stealing beer from the CVS of San Fernando and confronted a man in front not wearing pants and holding a bottle

Two Accidents Result in Serious Injuries on Burbank Streets

In two separate incidents, a motorcyclist and a pedestrian sustained major injures after being struck

Bob Frutos Hosts Recent Meet And Greet With Sheriff Jim McDonnell

City Councilmember Bob Frutos and former Police Commissioner Nat Rubinfeld held an informal meet and greet for L.A. Sheriff Jim McDonnell, who is running for reelection.

myBurbank Recommends ‘YES’ Vote on Both Measures P & QS

Raising the parcel tax and sales tax and never great solutions but in this case the need is immediate and solutions are needed

Letter to the Editor: Former School Board Member Urges Yes Vote on Measure QS

Nobody likes taxes, but everyone knows that having quality schools ensures a quality community

Burbank Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy And Human Relations Council Host Prayer Vigil

Following Saturday's massacre in Pittsburgh at The Tree of Life Synagogue, Burbank's Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy joined with the Human Relations Council and several local clergy to host a prayer vigil on the steps of Burbank City Hall.

Burbank Police Drug Take Back Day Nets 360 Pounds Of Unwanted Meds

The Burbank Police Department in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) took part in the national Drug Take Back Day.

Leadership Burbank Pulls Off The Best Costume Contest Of The Year

Leadership Burbank held their second annual Halloween contest this past Saturday night in the courtyard of Nickelodeon Studios. 

Letter to the Editor: League of Women Voters Speaks Out About Candidate Forum

Many audience members who wanted to listen to the candidates were so upset by the rude and obnoxious behavior they left the forum frustrated by the lack of decorum

Burbank Human Relations Council Receives John Anson Ford Human Relations Award

Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, Fifth District, presented the Burbank Human Relations Council (BHRC) with the John Anson Ford Human Relations Award.

Obituary: Faye Junkins (Wagner)

Faye Junkins (Wagner) died peacefully, with family by her side, on September 30, 2018 at the age of 88

Letter to the Editor: BUSD Parent Wants No Vote on Measure QS

I am Voting NO on Measure QS, as are many other Parents, Property Owners & Measure S Supporters