10 Valentine’s Day Date Ideas To Do In Burbank

Love in the time of Coronavirus makes for a difficult Valentine’s day, but we have 10 amazing date ideas that are both safe and Burbank centered. Don't forget to wear a mask and keep a distance from everyone...but your valentine.

Burbank Firefighters Receive Vaccine, Police Officers Still Waiting for County Health

70% of firefighters and paramedics sign up to take the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. Police Still waiting for County Health

Burbank Unified Employees Raise Concerns About School Return For Small Groups Before Vaccinations

Burbank Unified officials responded to concerns from employees about a potential return to in person education for small groups during the current Spring semester...

Burbank Unified Math Madness Winners Recognized; Stevenson Elementary Wins Championship

Several students from Burbank Unified schools received recognition for their efforts in the Math Madness competition at the most recent Board of Education meeting...

Police Pursue Two Stolen Vehicles in 24 hours Including Their Own Parking Enforcement Car

Two pursuits in two days puts two different people in Burbank's jail

Neighborhood Gives Back to Saint Joseph ICU Department

Nicole Elliot is a Burbank mom, an LAUSD teacher, and a resident in one of the nicest places in America according to Good Morning America in 2018. Nicole took the opportunity to pull her neighbors together in order to give back to the Intensive Care Unit at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center.

Girl Scout Troop Creates a Library Dedicated to Diverse Voices

Burbank Girl Scout Troop 946 created and installed a Little Free Library (LFL) focused on diverse voices at Ovrom Park in early January for their Bronze Award.

Burbank’s Own Treehouse Magician

Comedian and magician of almost 30 years, Eric Buss, turned to creating treehouses and play structures for kids in order to help families combat the boredom and pent up energy from the stay at home order.

Drive-by Art Gallery at Bret Harte Elementary

On Monday, February 1st, Bret Harte Elementary hosted a drive-by art gallery, featuring art that the students made from home. The school’s PTA zip tied page protectors to the fencing along both sides of the school at Lima st and Ontario st. The students had a week to create their art and bring it by the school to place it inside one of the protectors.

County Health Comes Down Hard on Tinhorn Flats – Revokes Public Health Permit

Letter from County states, "You are prohibited from conducting any form of retail food sales..."

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Adoptable Pet of the Week: Amarantha

Meet the enchanting Amarantha, an incredibly sweet and loving cat who was found alone on the street with her newborn litter of kittens.

Consulting Practice For Nonprofits Opens in Burbank

Access Impact, a new consulting practice for nonprofit organizations has launched, serving Burbank and beyond. Access Impact is aimed at providing affordable and accessible solutions to nonprofit organizations.

Citizens Flock To Witness Burbank’s Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

Burbank City Hall held their annual Tree Lighting Ceremony last Saturday.