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Guest Column: URGENT! Help Stop Bad and Thoughtless Sacramento Housing Bills Before it...

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First in a three-part series to educate myBurbank readers and our community about the bad housing bills pending in Sacramento this year

OPINION: City Workers, School District Employees Need Mandated Vaccinations

Even students 12 years and older should be required to be vaccinated like they are for polio to attend schools

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

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

Teenage Burbank Resident Battling Kidney Disease Seeks Donor

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16-year-old Burbank resident Micah Homoyounian is battling a rare chronic kidney disease and is in search of a donor.

Letter to the Editor: School Board President Asks for Support of Measure I

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Our current school district's fiscal woes are not due to the district's lack of frugality

OPINION: BUSD Tries To Find Show Choir Harmony

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July 25 had a warm night.  But the political temperature was hotter inside Burbank Unified School District headquarters.  Discord loomed.

Burbankers Enjoy America’s Birthday and What the 4th of July Truly Stands For

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ED NOTE: John Savageau joins the staff on BurbankNBeyond with his look at how one Burbank neighborhood spent their evening Monday...

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Tamala Takahashi Qualifies as official Candidate for Burbank City Council

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Tamala Takahashi, a Burbank resident for 23 years, mother of three college students, small business owner, and long time community advocate has...

Celebrate National Thrift Store Day at 12 Burbank Shops

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August 17th is National Thrift Store Day! The day is celebrated in an effort to support local thrift stores, increase sustainable shopping, and raise awareness of charitable organizations.  Thrift stores sell gently used items that have been donated so that they can be sold at a much lower rate. Many stores raise money for charities while helping to recycle clothing and keep them out of the landfills.

City Council to Hold Public Hearing to Extend Gun Store Moratorium

Burbank's City Council will hold a public hearing so they can extend the current 45 day gun store moratorium until July 24, 2023