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Burbank Library Hosts Racial Diversity In Animation Discussion

Four industry artists talk about challenges and experiences as Black people working in the animation world for the Burbank Library's panel "Color Changes Everything: Racial Diversity in Animation."

Cusumano Family Offers Large Donation to Burbank Boys & Girls Club

The Cusumano Family has donated a $1 million dollar gift to the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley to help them secure a new main clubhouse location.

Burbank Tournament of Roses Association Continues Work on 2022 Float

The Burbank Tournament of Roses is steadily working on the city float for the next Rose Parade, which will take place on Jan. 1, 2022.

Burbank Unified Outlines Plans For Possible Return To In-Person Instruction

Burbank public schools are planning for a return to in-person instruction and shared a wealth of information with students, parents, teachers and staff at a recent Q&A Session. District officials are currently gathering information on the numbers of students interested in continuing with distance learning or returning in a hybrid learning model, in order to better plan for a possible return.

Weekly Burbank Police Log: October 7 – October 12

It's another busy week for the men and women of the Burbank police department.

Burbank Board Of Education Tackles A Full Slate At October 15 Regular Meeting

The Burbank school board heard reports on distance learning, the process of renaming Jordan Middle School and from Burbank and Burroughs Highs' Student Representatives, in addition to a number of other items at the regular meeting held on October 15.

Cultural Arts Commission Calls For “Alone Together Showcase” Submissions

Calling all creatives and crafters: Burbank Cultural Arts Commission is accepting submissions of visual images and short films showcasing creative activities at home for the upcoming "Alone Together Showcase." Deadline for submissions is October 30.

Burbank Police on the Prowl for Pumpkins During ‘Reverse Trick-or-Treat’

Police will begin the hunt on October 24, running through Halloween with rewards

Man is Killed in Early Morning Motorcycle Accident

Rancho Cucamonga man died Wednesday morning after his motorcycle struck a tow truck

Burbank Board Of Education Approves Anti-Racism Statement And Update To Board Policy

The Board of Education heard personal stories from many parents, staff and community members, who spoke for over two hours, with the overwhelming majority speaking in support of BUSD's Anti-Racism Statement and update to Board policy.

Man Stabs Suspect After Early Morning Robbery Attempt

Detectives are investigating a robbery gone bad when the victim turned the table on the suspect

Burbank Board Of Education Condemns Azerbaijan And Turkey’s Aggression In Artsakh

In an unanimous vote, the Burbank Board of Education adopted a resolution condemning the recent, unprovoked aggression of Azerbaijan and Turkey against Artsakh which impacts and concerns many Armenian-Americans in the local area, and offers support to affected students and families.

Burbank FSA Drive-Through Fundraiser Set for Oct. 24

The Burbank FSA's “Imagine A City Gala - Reimagined Creating a Field of HOPe” will be held in a drive-through format on Oct. 24 at Olive Ball Fields.

Burbank Unified Schedules Q&A Session On Plans To Possibly Reopen Schools

Schools will remain on 100% Distance Learning for the rest of the Fall Semester. Families will be surveyed to choose a model - either hybrid or 100% Distance Learning - for a possible return to in-person education in Spring '21. BUSD holds a Q&A Wednesday, October 21, to discuss protocols and plans.

Burbank Re-opening Playgrounds and Fitness Equipment on October 19

Four outside facilities to open - Indoor recreation facilities and various outdoor amenities remain closed to the public

BLVD TACO Opens To Strong Anticipation In Magnolia Park

Open just a few weeks, BLVD TACO's prime location in Magnolia Park has shoppers and locals excited for takeout tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos and more.

Media City Credit Union Offers Relief to Members and New Members During Pandemic

At a time when members are strapped for cash and stressed about the future, Media City Credit Union is offering some relief in the form of auto loans to help its members and non-members

Weekly Burbank Police Log: October 1 – October 6

The goal of the men and women in blue is to keep the peace.