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John Baldaseroni, Long Time Burbank Resident Recently Passed Away

John was born September 12, 1940, in Summit, Illinois and raised in Burbank

City, Police Officers’ Association Agree on New Contract

Burbank Police Officers’ Association and the City of Burbank have agreed on a new contract, known as a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), through June 2021

Opening on Landlord-Tenant Commission

The Burbank City Clerk’s Office is accepting applications for the Landlord-Tenant Commission through November 7, 2019

Kiwanis Club of Burbank to host Sidewalk Sale

Global day of service benefits children and communities

Burbank Quality Teachers, Staff and Schools Measure Announce Campaign Launch and Fundraiser

The campaign fundraiser will be held at Urban Press Winery, from 6:30-8:30 pm

Muir Empowered Day Focuses On Student Health And Wellness

Students, parents and staff at John Muir Middle School spent a day focusing on physical and mental well-being.

LAST NIGHT, BURROUGHS WAS BROADWAY

This weekend, go to the spectacular Burroughs On Broadway revue and see today’s budding Judy Garlands and Mickey Rooneys blow you away.

School District Announces Next EdWalk

Burbank Board of Education President Roberta Reynolds will join another member of the board for their monthly EdWalk October 19

Burbank Police Foundation Family Fun Day Draws Largest Crowd To Date

The Burbank Police Foundation held its annual Family Fun Festival at Johnny Carson Park on Saturday, October 5. This year's attendance was the largest in the history of the Festival. 

Avion Burbank Breaks Ground at Hollywood Burbank Airport

When completed, the mixed-use business park will include 18 buildings representing 1.25 million square feet of creative industrial, creative office, and retail space along with a 150-room hotel

Burroughs High Choirs Present “Burroughs On Broadway”

The annual cabaret style fundraiser showcases John Burroughs High School student choirs performing a variety of well-known Broadway tunes.

Burbank Police Going ‘Pink’ to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This will remind the public the importance of regular breast cancer screening to promote early detection.

Burbank High Theater Program Presents “Alice In Wonderland”

With multiple weekend performances October 4-12, the students of Burbank High School bring "Alice in Wonderland" to the stage in a show suitable for all ages.

Burroughs High Drama Instructor Guy Myers Named A 2020 California Teacher Of The Year

Burbank has another California State Teacher of the Year for 2020 with John Burroughs High School Drama teacher Guy Myers, who was recognized with four other "incredible" teachers by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tony Thurmond.

Burbank Coordinating Council Holds First Meeting Of Season, Plans Holiday Baskets

Now in its 88th year serving Burbank's residents, Burbank Coordinating Council holds its first meeting of the season on Monday, October 7, and will honor Campership donors and make plans for the upcoming Holiday Baskets program.

Family Service Agency to Honor LA County Supervisor Kathyrn Barger

FSA’s leadership has followed and admired Supervisor Barger’s commitment to mental healthcare over the years, deeply respect her work on behalf of our veterans, foster youth, and the homeless.

Restaurant Review: OG Wingz

“OG Wingz” is one of Burbank’s only family run hot-wing restaurants that caters specifically to hot-wings, making it a unique asset to Burbank

Walk and Bike to School Day is Wednesday

Motorists are encouraged to be on the lookout for an increased number of pedestrians and bicyclists this coming Wednesday