Paid parking in the Metrolink lot, sidewalk vendors, flavored tobacco ban, and Accessory Dwellings all discussed at the November 17 meeting
Church Group Seeks Donations to Pay for Necessary Sound Equipment from the public for this great, free event
There is still time left to adopt a family for the Burbank Coordinating Council annual Holiday Baskets program, the BCC announced on Thursday, November...
The John Burroughs High School Drama program presents The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) streaming live Friday and Saturday evenings, November 20...
"The decision of Burbank Unified to ban numerous literary classics because they contain racial slurs is not only idiotic and fascist, it is a tragedy for young Burbank students"
Members of the Burbank Police Department and friends gathered at the base of The Guardian Sculpture to remember two Burbank Police Officers that were killed in the line of duty and layed memorial wreaths in their memory.
The Burbank City Clerk’s Office is accepting applications for the Burbank Cultural Arts Commission beginning November 16, 2020 through December 16, 2020
Burbank Unified’s Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Committee Continues Curriculum Work, Launches Website
The efforts of the DEI Committee and the ongoing curriculum review process, including five books which may be removed from the approved teaching list, was discussed at a recent Board of Education meeting.
Tallyrand is keeping the Thanksgiving tradition alive with its famous Thanksgiving Day Offerings featuring a Roast Turkey Dinner and Baked Ham Dinner
Project will eliminate parking along Olive Ave. for a dedicated bus lane. The proposed project will run from North Hollywood to Pasadena.