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Longtime Community Member and Pillar Peter McGrath Passes Away

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Peter McGrath passed peacefully in his home surrounded lovingly by his children on October 17, 2019, in Burbank, CA following a brief struggle with cancer. He was 92.

Lee Paysinger a True Community Icon Passes Away

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Burbank has lost a true original.  An advocate, a community icon, a wife, a friend, a mom, and a Nana.  Lee Paysinger was one of a kind and those that knew and loved her are mourning the loss of this beautiful force of nature.

Gene Costa – Longtime Jordan, Burroughs Teacher Dies

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Gene was hired by the District in 1961 and began teaching at Jordan Middle School, later transferring to John Burroughs High School where he taught Economics and Government

Lifelong Burbank Resident Vincent Stefano Jr. Recently Passed Away

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Former Mayor was born on December 21, 1938, in Burbank, He graduated in the last winter class at John Burroughs High School in 1957.

Music Legend Phil Everly Dies Here in Burbank At 74

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Familiar tenor and musician known around Burbank passes on. Phil Everly is silenced.

Barbara Sykes: Community Supporter, Wife, Mother

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Burbank loses a selfless supporter of family and the community.

Longtime Coach And Mentor Francis “Gus” De Felicis Passes Away

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A Celebration of Life for Coach De Felicis is planned for November 17 at the Elks Lodge in Burbank.

Former Teacher of the Year, Jon Olin, Passes Away

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He began his teaching career with BUSD in the fall of 1967 at Jordan Middle School, where he taught Adaptive Physical Education to Special Education students

Paul Maure

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Ballet master Paul Maure, who danced throughout the world with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo during the 1940s, was remembered

Services Announced for Jon Olin

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Family announce services for Jon Olin

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Burbank Board Of Education Holds First Meeting Of 2021

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The Burbank Board of Education held their first meeting of 2021 on Thursday, January 21. The Board talked about health requirements for re-opening campuses...

City Council to Consider Retaining ‘Mask Police’ Through May 2021

Council will consider spending an additional $100,000 to keep mask enforcement through May, 2021

Development Review Community Meeting Seeks Public Input for Two Upcoming Projects

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Extension to a Carmax lot and the construction of a 6-story hotel on the agenda January 28