BCR “A Place To Grow” Holds Annual Holiday Show And Festivities

The nonprofit organization serves children and adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in Burbank through a variety of programs. For the holiday season, three of the events included the annual holiday show, a December dance and a dinner and evening with Santa Claus put on by Noon and Sunshine Rotary groups.

Burbank City Council Passes Motion to Allow Earlier Say in SB 35 Projects

On Dec. 7, the Burbank City Council voted to pass a motion to alter an ordinance impacting the council's say in projects submitted under SB 35.

Isabel Omero Chosen As A 2023 30th Congressional District Woman Of The Year

Isabel Omero is 1 of 16 Women of the Year from the 30th Congressional District.

Burbank Restaurants May Continue Outdoor Dining Through 2023

Burbank's City Council unanimously voted to extend two outdoor dining programs through December 31, 2023

New Burbank Blvd.Bridge Reopens with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 

The Burbank Bridge was reopened on Nov. 24 following a 20-month long reconstruction project.

City Council Candidate Profile: Tamala Takahashi

A q&a with Burbank City Council candidate Tamala Takahashi

“Flowers For Algernon” Blossoms At Burroughs High

The entire cast shines under DIRECTOR GUY MYERS, whose masterful handling of the play’s many subtexts makes it easy to see why Flowers for Algernon, written in the middle of the last century, still speaks to us today

Walk and Bike to School Day is Wednesday October 5

The first National Walk to School Day – called Walk Our Children to School Day – was held in 1997

North Hollywood To Pasadena Bus Rapid Transit Project Holds Community Input Workshops

The North Hollywood to Pasadena Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project holds community input workshops in several cities impacted for the next week, including Burbank on Wednesday, November 13.

Burbank Community Members Take A Turn As Principal For A Day

Members of the Burbank community visited classrooms with their designated principal and met teachers and students in order to learn more about the challenges and successes each school in the Burbank Unified School District faces.

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