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Unemployment rates continued to drop in the tri-city area last month, boosted by job gains in trade, transportation and utilities, as well as leisure/hospitality and residential construction.
By 2017, property-tax revenue totaling roughly $700,000 from 20 new downtown developments is anticipated, a sum that at least one council member scoffed at this week as being lower than expected.
Damian Kevitt takes his first steps on a his new prosthetic leg. Kevitt lost a portion of his leg after being struck by a hit-and-run driver.
Over the next five years, Glendale may still face multi-million dollar budget gaps, even if revenues from property and sales taxes continue to climb at a steady rate, city officials said at a budget meeting Tuesday.
Glendale-based Global Conference Partners , the operator of the free, conference calling service FreeConference.com --as well as related properties InstantConference.com , GlobalConference.com , and other brands--has been acquired by Canadian teleconferencing provider iotum .
A Glendale man faced charges Wednesday for allegedly driving under the influence - and then attempting to hide the evidence - while his two young daughters were not in their car seats, according to reports.
Two sisters who were fighting with each other on Saturday allegedly decided to take their rage out on a police officer by punching and kicking him, officials said.
The year was 1947. Headlines announced the establishment of the Cominform and the formation of the CIA that marked the non-declaration of the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.
A 31-year-old man remained in Glendale police custody on Tuesday after allegedly driving his two young daughters unrestrained in car seats while under the influence of alcohol.
A 22-year-old man on Monday jumped to his death from the top level of the Hilton Glendale, police said.
Image Caption: US astronauts L. Gordon Cooper Jr. and Charles Conrad Jr. walk across the deck of the recovery aircraft carrier USS Lake Champlain following splashdown and recovery on 29 August 1965.
Burt Bacharach appears May 14 with Mitch Albom at the Alex Theatre in Glendale to discuss the songwriter's new autobiography, "Anyone Who Had a Heart." Burt Bacharach was never a fan of rock 'n' roll, even as the distinctive, graceful love songs he wrote with lyricist Hal David began sharing space on the frenetic '60s and early '70s pop charts.
Glendale Library, Alex Theatre Renovations Proceed http://asbarez.com/109980/glendale-library-alex-theatre-renovations-proceed/ Friday, May 10th, 2013 BY ELISE KALFAYAN >From Opera Talks on Rossini to Mark Geragos on the Criminal Law System The Library Arts and Culture Department, the Friends of the Glendale Public Library and the Associates of ... (more)