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Burbank Revises Emergency Orders Allowing More Business to Move Outdoors

In Burbank, customers can now get their nails done, have their hair styled, workout, and attend church services all outdoors within private parking lots.

Burbank City Council to Reconsider Decision Whether to Extend Expired Eviction Moratorium Tonight

Burbank's City Council will reconsider a decision made April 21 to let their Eviction Moratorium expire at the end of April

Burbank Company Unveils New Website to Track COVID-19 Cases

. The non-profit website was developed to help communities and city governments spot local virus trends

City of Burbank’s Eviction Moratorium to End April 30

Los Angeles County and State Moratorium Orders take over until May 31 with new rent repayment urgency ordinance adopted by Burbank

Q & A with Justin Hess, Burbank’s Director of Emergency Services

City Manager Justin Hess pulls double duty when disasters endanger Burbank

Substitutes Left Out Of Teacher’s Compensation Seek Support

Substitute teachers left without an income petition to be included in the school district’s employee compensation during the Coronavirus shutdown.

Burbank Police to Celebrate Easter With ‘Stay at Home’ Egg Hunt

The Burbank Police Department is hoping to raise spirits over Easter weekend by promoting a “Stay at Home” Easter Egg Hunt

Burbank’s Disaster Council Meets, Chairman Issues Social Distancing Rules

"Any person violating any of the provisions or failing to comply with any of the mandatory requirements of this Code including violating this order may be guilty of a misdemeanor pursuant Burbank Municipal Code"

How Burbank High School Is Responding to COVID-19

Burbank High School Principal, Thomas Crowther, discusses how the student body is being impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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Burbank Human Relations Council Asks All To Stand Together Against Hate

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The Burbank Human Relations Council has joined a larger Los Angeles County initiative with a gallery showing and online exhibition of posters supporting the...

County Orders Restaurants to Stop Restrict Dining, Supervisor Barger Opposes Unnecessary Restrictions

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While County Health has ordered restaurants to stop in-person dining on Wednesday, Supervisor Barger says that is not the right way to go

Burbank Unified Continues Work On Curriculum Update, Superintendent To Render Decision On Challenged Books

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As the Burbank Unified School District's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee continues its curriculum update work, local debate has been fueled by national media...