On June 28, Chow Down Burbank!, a 90-day campaign to help local restaurants in recovery from COVID-19 setbacks, officially kicks off. The Burbank Chamber of Commerce and the City of Burbank have partnered with marketing agency Counterintuity to promote these businesses.
The second grade teacher at Joaquin Miller Elementary is Burbank's Teacher of the Year and was recently announced as one of 10 honored Teachers of the Year for Los Angeles County.
Burbank resident Jenna Spitzer won the internet on April 1st by pulling the ultimate April Fools joke on her husband, Keith Spitzer. Jenna took to local Facebook moms group, Burbank Mommies and Magnolia Park Mamas, and asked her fellow mamas to help execute a very funny prank.
Local based radio show paid a visit to a packed BJ's restaurant, and everyone had a grand time
The Burbank Board of Education heard a report on the duties and outreach efforts of Burbank School Resource Officers at the regular Board meeting...
Burbank Supports Pride Month with Flags, Proclamations, Resolutions and Showcasing Business Owners in the...
June 2021 marks a historic month in the City of Burbank, one that puts forward an effort to create a safe and supportive atmosphere for members of the LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual) community as Pride month is honored across the town.
Three Burbank mothers have founded Together We Can, an organization dedicated to ending reckless driving in Burbank. They held a march to raise awareness on street racing on Sept. 14, and plan to continue collaborating with the City to promote street safety.
April is World Autism month as well as Autism and Neurodiversity month. Burbank schools are taking the opportunity to spread acceptance and inclusion of neurodiversity through spirit days, activities and ribbons. Bret Harte Elementary kicked off their month long acceptance campaign on Friday, April 1st by encouraging students and staff to wear blue in support of their fellow students.
The Burger Dude is back and he went big with his first stop - Morrison
Lycée International de Los Angeles buys 'Parcel 2' which makes up 3.8 acres of the west side of the Pickwick property and includes the ice rink for future expansion