The John Burroughs High School Red Cross Club is hosting a shoe drive drop off event to provide support for Texans who have faced damaging winter storms.
Betty Porto talks about the Burbank bakery being named Yelp's #1 place to eat in the U.S., new menu items, community connection and future plans.
A list of some of the best holiday gifts in Burbank for 2021
The Magnolia Park Optimist Club recognized three members of the Burbank Police Department family for their achievements as part of the Optimist International Respect for the Law program.
The John Burroughs High School Drama program presents Puffs or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School for Magic and Magic on Friday,...
Local activist Linda Bessin has created Elevate Burbank to celebrate cultural diversity throughout the city.
Comedian Darren Carter discusses the path of his entertainment career.
The Burbank City Council met virtually on Tuesday, April 27th and was the first meeting reviewing the proposed 2021-22 Fiscal Year budget. In the presentation the council was provided with details on the accomplishments and services of each department, along with their proposed budget and new budget requests. Here are the budget requests for this coming fiscal year including recurring requests and one-time requests. The next City Council meeting will be on Tuesday, May 4th, in which the proposed budget presentation will continue.
The Moms of Burbank or MOB for short is an essential social support group for local moms and caregivers that organizes weekly playgroups, monthly service projects, parent night out events, and holds an active private online community. Earlier this year, member Pearl Wu, was diagnosed with breast cancer, and became the inspiration for an upcoming Halloween themed 5k run in which members of MOB will be running in order to raise money for a non-profit organization called Metavivor that funds research for Stage IV metastatic breast cancer.
The Kiwanis Club of Burbank hosted a Golf Ball Drop and Family Fun Day charity event at John Muir Middle School on Saturday, July 24, to raise funds for youth in the community.