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Temple Emanu El’s Childhood Preschool Returning

Burbank Temple Emanu El’s Early Childhood Center virtual preschool program is returning on January 4th! After the massive success of our fall session.

College Enrollment Holds Steady For Recent Burbank Unified Graduates

Recent graduates of the Burbank Unified School District enrolled in college at a similar rate for Fall 2020 as previous years, bucking the national...

Burbank Fire Department Receives First Allocation of COVID-19 Vaccine

Burbank firefighters and paramedics began receiving the first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine today

Burbank Survives With Minimal Damage From First Storm of the Season

Storm packs a small punch and lights up the Burbank sky in the early morning

Burbank Mommies Group Donates Presents to Families in Need

2020 has been a grueling year and some families have been affected more than others with the loss of jobs due to COVID-19. Local Facebook group, Burbank Mommies, has helped to collect over 200 Christmas gift donations in order to help 25 families this holiday season. The annual Gift Giving program, created and facilitated by member Jacquelynn Remery-Pearson, has provided gifts to 43 Burbank children.

Enrollment Continues To Edge Downward In Burbank Unified, Following a Multi-Year Trend

The Burbank Board of Education can expect student enrollment to continue to decline in coming years, according to a report presented at the last...

Burbank Board Of Education Approves Minimum Wage Increase, Hears Reports On Distance Learning, DEI

The Burbank Board of Education approved a minimum wage increase for Classified Employees to keep in line with State law at their most recent...

Neighbors Got a Visit from Santa and the Grinch

You can’t cancel Christmas for the neighbors of North Evergreen. This past Saturday, December 19th, two friends and neighbors banded together to bring Christmas joy to the families of the community. Bryan Zweigart dressed as Santa Claus while Brian Gogerty dawned a green Grinch outfit. Together they patrolled the neighborhood with Christmas music, lights and a very jolly “Ho Ho Ho.”

Burbank Board Of Education Elects New Officers, Says Goodbye To Longtime Board Member

The Burbank Board of Education said goodbye to a 13-year veteran of the Board, welcomed a new member and elected a new slate of...

This Week’s City Council Roundup 12/15/2020

On Tuesday, December 15th, the Burbank City Council held their last City Council meeting of 2020 and were accompanied by new council members Konstantine Anthony and Nick Schultz. The council has continued to meet virtually due to the state of emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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