World War I heroes acknowledged publicly for the first time at the Burbank Memorial Day Ceremony at McCambridge Park on Monday. Husband and wife thanked for leading the campaign for Vietnam and Korean war memorials on the local site.
After 20 years of serving the citizens of Burbank, Dave Golonski makes a graceful exit and after seven years of waiting, Dr. David Gordon is selected Vice Mayor
Faced with a funding crisis that showed no signs of getting better, Burbank residents and businesses opened their wallets, rolled up their sleeves, shared their own artistic gifts and kept the arts alive for Burbank’s school children
“Together in Stride, Centennial Pride” is the motto of the class of 2013 as family members help pin badges on their new uniforms following grueling 14 week academy
The average resident or visitor might not immediately notice, but the Burbank Police Department (BPD) is making a lot of changes to their uniforms, patrol cars, motorcycles, and safety equipment.
The Burbank Fire Department recently conducted a live burn drill at the apartments on the 2200 block of Catalina St. before they were completely demolished.
Burbank Police Detective Gary Seymour spent one of the afternoons this past week during National Teen Driver Safety Week talking to the Baseball Team at Burbank High School. The subject has a special significance for him.
Burbank’s leadership and residents gathered at Burbank Elk’s Lodge 1497, on Wednesday evening to recognize and honor four of the city’s finest at the 3rd Annual Community Service Awards.
BurbankNBeyond's John Savagau stopped by the beginning of the demolition for the Burbank Housing Corporation project to soon begin on Catalina Street that will bring new housing units to the area. See his story now in the center column.
The BPOA is worried about the level of service the Burbank Police Department is providing to the residents and business people of Burbank. More changes may be coming.