Pastor Dave Says Goodbye to the Burbank Community After 7 Years at South Hills...

Dave and Karrie Stewart moved with their four children to Burbank in August of 2013 from Arizona to plant a South Hills Church campus in the city, but what they started was a community movement that would touch the entire San Fernando Valley. Now over 7 years later, the Stewart family is ready to move back to their home state of Ohio and saying goodbye at their last service on Sunday, February 28th.

Jordan Renaming Committee Narrows List To Five

Nearly two years after the Burbank Board of Education agreed to rename David Starr Jordan Middle School, the Jordan Renaming Committee has released its...

Starlight Estates Regulations Restore Neighborhood Order

Regulations passed by the City in June have continued to keep intruders away from the Starlight Estates neighborhood of Burbank.

Wildlife Learning Center Reopens to the Public

Wildlife Learning Center (WLC) is a zoological park located in an old olive grove in Sylmar, less than 20 minutes outside of Burbank. The center is home to about 50 different species of animals from lynx, bobcats, foxes, bald eagles, and porcupines to snakes, tortoises, alligators, sloths and more. Before the pandemic, WLC was a large part of the Burbank community and advocated for animals at school assemblies, summer library programs, and even at Magnolia Park’s Ladies and Gents Night Out event.

High School Students Consider Five Entries For New Burroughs Mascot

The students of John Burroughs High School will vote on the preliminary choices for the new Burroughs mascot beginning Monday, February 22.Coordinated by the...

Husband Surprises Wife With Their Childhood Ice Cream Flavor on Valentine’s Day

NATurally JUST IN love hit the menu of Sliders Bakery and Ice Cream Factory on Valentine’s Day as a surprise for one Burbank couple. Justin Worsham worked with Sliders’ owners to re-create his wife’s favorite ice cream flavor that the two use to get when dating in high school. The flavor was discontinued and the two hadn’t tasted it in over 24 years.

Firefighters Respond to Early Morning Fire on Landis Street

One family was displaced after the fire which took firefighters 20 minutes to knock down

Shootout on Burbank Street Over Attempted Car-Jacking Sends One Man to Hospital

A neighbor came to the rescue of a woman who was allegedly being car-jacked, engaging in a gun battle until the suspects fled.

Multiple New Traffic Signals Being Installed in Burbank

A new signal for the Burbank Channel Project as well as others in the City have recently been activated

City of Burbank Releases its Case for Revoking Tinhorn Flats Conditional Use Permit

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

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Burbank Young Professionals Announces Fifth Year Anniversary Celebration

Burbank Young Professionals, a program of the Burbank Chamber of Commerce, is delighted to announce its highly-anticipated 5-Year Anniversary Celebration, called "Halloween Fright Night

OP/ED: A BWP Customer Asks: Is the Chloramine in our Water Making My Skin...

An expert explains how chloramine keeps our water safe and poses no harm to the community.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater in rural Pennsylvania is an impressive experience any time of year.

Get Out Of Town!: Fallingwater And Polymath Park

Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic Fallingwater remains a popular destination for architecture buffs, nature lovers and those intrigued by innovation and culture, nearly 90 years after its construction in 1935. For those able to travel to the Laurel Highlands area of rural southern Pennsylvania, we highly recommend Fallingwater and nearby Polymath Park as a great destination for Burbankers to see some fascinating architecture from the 20th century and to Get Out of Town!