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Board Of Education Hears Report On Burbank School Resource Officers

The Burbank Board of Education heard a report on the duties and outreach efforts of Burbank School Resource Officers at the regular Board meeting...

Council Votes to Revoke Tinhorn Flats Conditional Use Permit

On Monday, February 22, 2021 the Burbank City Council held a four and a half hour long public hearing in consideration to revoke, suspend, or modify the Conditional Use Permit for Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill located at 2623 W Magnolia Blvd. Staff recommended to adopt a resolution to revoke the permit for violating the conditions of approvals numbers 31 and 32, violating the Burbank Municipal Code, and creating a public nuisance.

Burbank Housing Corporation Opens Waiting List Lottery for “Lower Income” Households

Eligible applicants are encouraged to apply for the waiting list lottery starting Monday, March 1, 2021 at 8:00 a.m.

Woman Charged With Allegedly Attempting to Set Husband’s Bed on Fire

A Burbank woman was arrested by Burbank Police on Saturday night after officers allege that she tried to kill her husband by burning him alive on his bed

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.

Burbank Unfied Appoints Heard as the New Director for the Burbank Adult School

Wendy Heard has been appointed as the new Director for the Burbank Adult School, FACTS, and the Independent Learning Academy

OPINION: City Must Vote to Strip Tinhorn Flats of Their Conditional Use Permit

Tinhorn Flats must have their CUP revoked in the hearing Monday by the City Council for repeated violations of County Health Orders

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Burroughs Drama Showcases “Avenue Q (School Edition)” Online

The John Burroughs High School Drama program presents Avenue Q (School Edition) online through Saturday evening, March 6. "The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story...

Burbank Files Civil Action to Disconnect Power and Padlock Doors of Tinhorn Flats

City files suit to have Tinhorn Flats shut down. Asks for injunction to have electricity cut and doors padlocked along with paying all court costs