In a public hearing to be held February 22 by the Burbank City Council, a decision will be made about Tinhorn Flats permit to operate
Getting out of town during a pandemic comes with its own set of challenges and concerns. Finding less crowded outdoor spaces has been hard,...
One name being thrown around to replace the Indian is a Red Hawk.
The 2021 Winners of MyBurbank's Best Contest!
Calling all creatives and crafters: Burbank Cultural Arts Commission is accepting submissions of visual images and short films showcasing creative activities at home for the upcoming "Alone Together Showcase." Deadline for submissions is October 30.
Just one week into his Project 3000 campaign, a local teenager has collected thousands of cloth masks, sanitary hand wipes and other supplies to...
An 82-year-old Burbank man was killed after trying to cross the street near Victory and Buena Vista Saturday night
Christmas in quarantine is not the ideal situation as we have all learned by now. Holiday gatherings are moving to Zoom and Google Meets this year while online shopping is becoming increasingly popular as it’s the safest and easiest way to shop in the time of Covid. While big retailers like Target and Amazon are making online shopping convenient, small businesses are suffering. Burbank’s mom and pop shops are doing what they can to entice their customers back to shopping small including moving to online sales.
Magnolia Blvd is known for its towering Ficus trees that line the sidewalks creating shade over the eclectic small businesses of the ever growing Magnolia Park. But in the past few years, neighbors and community members have been witnessing the removal of these 30 year old giants, questioning the reason for their recent disappearance.
Staff members at St. Joe's advise the public to keep being as cautious as possible as COVID-19 remains a serious problem in the community.