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Burbank House Fire Kills Woman

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Elderly woman is killed and son and daughter-in-law are injured in Saturday night fire on Evergreen St.

Burbank Police Go High Tech in Predicting Crime Trends

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Jessica Statland from the Burbank Police Department discusses intelligence-led policing, community policing, crime reduction, and data analytics.

Northwest Library Reopens to Great Reviews

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Reading community celebrates reopening of Northwest Library following 11 months of renovations including seismic reinforcing, fire sprinklers and monitoring, disabled access and improved lighting. Some of the aesthetics are large windows framing park views and better flow in floor plan

Bob Hope Airport Entertains Campers from Burbank’s Summer Daze

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Burbank campers spend a day with the Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena Airport Authority Airport Fire Department, Police and some of the support services that work at Bob Hope Airport

Story Tavern Hosts Burbank’s 102nd Birthday Party

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Guests reminisce about Ervin's fine gifts and jewelry store, Burbank Community Hospital and the early years of the motion picture business

City of Burbank Night a Big Hit at Dodger Stadium

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Burbank Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy throws out the first pitch in a festive pre-game celebration

Scott LaChasse Sworn In As Chief Of Police

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Scott LaChasses was officially sworn in as Burbank's Police Chief in front of a large crowd of friends, officials, and fellow Chiefs

Memorial Day Recognition at McCambridge Brings Firsts

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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.

New Era Begins After City Council Swearing In

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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

Burbank Arts for All Foundation Has Smash “Party On The Plaza” Gala

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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

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Burroughs Girls’ Soccer Opens Playoffs in Style

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Burroughs will get just one day of rest before playing St. Genevieve on Wednesday.

Stefanie Girard Supports Local Artists Through her “Art Candy Machine”

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Just a block away from the Verdugo Aquatic center, lies a quiet Burbank neighborhood. Here at the corner of Oak and Fairview, lives Stefanie Girard, who brings art to the community through her “Art Candy Machine.”

Letter to the Editor: Resident Questions Meals Provided to Commission Members

"In a room outside of the meeting room, before each meeting, are tables with catered food and drinks. The ratepayers pay for each of the monthly meals."