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Sunday, October 2, 2022
Tamala Takahashi
Zizette Mullins for City Council
Nikki Perez for City Council

Burbank’s Youth Baseball Players Once Again Shows Skills at Civitan Day

After a brief parade down Clark, members of the youth baseball team in Burbank competed against earch other in events like throwing, baserunning, and hitting.

Verdugo Park Pool to Start Coming Back to Life

Residents are briefed on pool construction which is due to start soon and hopefully be ready by next Memorial Day. Only a few residents showed as the presentation happened at the same time as the Kings hockey game.

Annual Memorial Day Ceremony Features Tribute to Larry Maxam

The city of Burbank's Memorial Day ceremony had all the pageantry that is due true heroes~ a Condor Flyover, U.S. Marine Corps color guard presentation and white dove release

Tree City USA Brings Its Road Show to Foy Park With Tree Planting Ceremony

Foy Park in Burbank was the beneficiary of a new tree as Burbank officials celebrated Arbor Day and the fact that Burbank has once again been named Tree City USA

Plant-a-Tree program Keeping Burbank a Greener Place to live for 57 Years

City Officials are proud that Burbank and the city of San Francisco are the only two communities to have been named Tree City USA since the program started 35 years ago.

NEW VIDEO – Skate Park Turns Into High Flying BMX Event

After years of asking by teen riders, the City of Burbank expanded the Skate Park to accommodate BMX bikes. The result was the first Bike-Fest held at the facility

Burbank Skateboarders Have A Chance to Show Their Stuff

Burbank skateboarders showed off their stuff last Friday night as there were some thrills and a few spills as limits were pushed

Spring Break Nature Camps

Register online through Feb. 24.

Greenway Brings Residents A Much Better Path to Follow

New pedestrian path along flood control channel in Lake/Alameda neighborhood is now open to the public.

DeBell Golf Course Closed Due to Wind Damage

Burbank officials have closed the DeBell Golf Course until further notice after winds caused damage to the grounds

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Muir Middle School Celebrates 100 Years

Our biggest goal is to create good people. We want them to be scholars, artists and athletes.

Burbank Police Report: September 12 – September 18

A one-week summary of those people arrested by the Burbank police department.

Burroughs Football Takes Out Crescenta Valley 42-14

The Bears beat the Falcons 42-14 but now face host Pasadena, the favorite to win the Pacific League.