Monthly Archives: February, 2021

Kevin Hart Fraud Case Tied to City

What started as a fraudulent purchases investigation by the Glendale Police Department has turned into a grand larceny indictment by a New York district...

ReflectSpace Shines Light on City’s Racist Past Through Web Series

In observance of both Black History Month and the city’s reckoning with the racist policies and practices of its past, ReflectSpace has produced a...

City Council Commits $1.3 Million to GCC for Housing

Thanks to financial help from the city, Glendale Community College will be able to include housing financial assistance among its other offerings under its...

Health Professionals Give Guidance for Vaccine and Beyond

As vaccines for the coronavirus are gradually made available to more and more members of the public, researchers and medical professionals want people to...

Nursing Students Get Shot at Vaccinating USC-VHH Staff

Nursing students from Glendale Community College recently helped to vaccinate health care workers at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital against COVID-19 as part of their...

District Applies for Waivers to Open Up Elementary Schools

The Glendale Unified School District will begin applying for waivers for the remainder of its elementary schools to resume limitedin-person instruction, weeks after the...

Theft of Catalytic Converters ‘Skyrocketing’

It’s an unfortunate staple of the Glendale Police Department’s weekly crime report, and so far this year, the offense has been occurring on a...

Armenian American Museum Submits Plans to City

The Armenian American Museum and Cultural Center of California has formally issued the project’s construction documents to the city of Glendale for plan check...
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