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Cusumano Family Offers Large Donation to Burbank Boys & Girls Club for New Main...

The Cusumano Family has donated a $1 million dollar gift to the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley to help them secure a new main clubhouse location.

Burbank Tournament of Roses Association Continues Work on 2022 Float

The Burbank Tournament of Roses is steadily working on the city float for the next Rose Parade, which will take place on Jan. 1, 2022.

Burbank FSA Drive-Through Fundraiser Set for Oct. 24

The Burbank FSA's “Imagine A City Gala - Reimagined Creating a Field of HOPe” will be held in a drive-through format on Oct. 24 at Olive Ball Fields.

Mayor Springer’s State of the City Address to be Virtual in October

This year it will be broadcast instead of the traditional luncheon to support social distancing

Local Sunrise and Noon Rotary Team Up and Successfully Fill BTAC Shelves

This past weekend members of the Burbank Sunrise Rotary and Noon Rotary held a contactless Food Drive at Ume Credit Unions parking lot in an effort to fill the shelves at Burbank Temporary Aid Center (BTAC).

Leadership Burbank Celebrates 25th Anniversary

The Board of Directors of Leadership Burbank, a community-based organization, celebrates its 25th Anniversary with an announcement on Facebook Live.

Burbank Temple Emanu El Early Childhood Center is proud to introduce BTEE Camp Anywhere

Looking for an engaging, dynamic summer camp for your little ones?

Burbank Human Relations Council Urges City Leaders And Community To Work For Racial Justice

The Burbank Human Relations Council releases a statement on the recent protests that have swept the nation in the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, encouraging the City and community to actively work against racism, injustice and violence.

Dr. Henry R. Wolfe Dedicates 100th Birthday to Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center

Walking 100 Laps to Raise Funds for COVID Heroes and the Emergency Department

Representative Adam Schiff Stops by Burbank Temporary Aid to Fill Shelves

Congressman Adam Schiff who represents Burbank stopped by The Burbank Temporary Aid Center this week to help donate and stock the shelves that are currently low because of the lack of funds for groceries.

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Burroughs Baseball Hands Crescenta Valley First Pacific League Loss

By Rick Assad Aidan Cremarosa had the kind of game that players can only dream about.

Burbank Board Of Education Recognizes Student Board Members

The three high school student representatives of the Burbank Board of Education were recognized for their efforts during the 2020-21 year at the regular...

Burbank City Council Extends Outdoor Dining Program Through the End of 2021

Burbank City Council approved extending the Outdoor Dining Program including continued use of public sidewalks citywide and parking spaces and in-street parklet dining on San Fernando Blvd. in Downtown Burbank