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Burbank’s bicycle corrals are a hit with riders

Soon, there might be more bicycle corrals installed around Burbank as the fixtures are proving to be popular with residents who ride bikes in the city. The City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to continue its bicycle-corral pilot program in Magnolia Park until February and to have city staff...

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  • John Burroughs High student hones skills in digital media through leadership conference

    John Burroughs High student hones skills in digital media through leadership conference

    Enclosed in an envelope sealed with a gold stamp was a thick card notifying Xander Taylor that he was nominated by John Burroughs High School to join a leadership conference in New York. “It was almost like a Willy Wonka golden ticket. I was dumbfounded,” said Xander, 16, during a phone interview....

  • Students head back to class for first day of school in Burbank

    Students head back to class for first day of school in Burbank

    As Burbank Unified started the new school year on Monday, families arrived early at Jefferson Elementary School and congregated at the front entrance. Parents snapped photos of their children, some holding handmade signs, reading “First day of kindergarten,” while others carried flowers for their...

  • On the Town: Doggie Splash proves to be cool event for pooches and their owners

    On the Town: Doggie Splash proves to be cool event for pooches and their owners

    The city of Burbank has a tradition that on the last day of the summer season at McCambridge Recreation Center, the pool is open to the city’s canine residents. That day, appropriately falling right smack in the middle of the dog days of August, was this past Sunday. Billed as the annual Doggie...

  • Buena Vista Library dealing with different kind of visitors — bed bugs

    Buena Vista Library dealing with different kind of visitors — bed bugs

    Patrons may be checking out more than just a book the next time they visit the Buena Vista Branch Library in Burbank. During a Burbank City Council meeting on Tuesday, Elizabeth Goldman, the city’s library services director, told council members that bed bugs have been found in the city’s newest...

  • Firefighters rescue girl trapped in swing set

    Firefighters rescue girl trapped in swing set

    A 7-year-old girl had to be rescued from a swing set at a Burbank park Wednesday afternoon after she became trapped in one of the swings. The girl reportedly became stuck in a seat meant for infants at Mountain View Park. Firefighters from the Burbank Fire Department soon arrived on scene and were...

  • Burbank school officials approve textbook that will instruct students on building video games

    Burbank school officials approve textbook that will instruct students on building video games

    Students at John Burroughs High School will soon learn how to create and develop their own video games for computers and smartphone apps using a new textbook. The textbook is “Learn Mobile Game Development in One Day Using GameSalad” by Jamie Cross, a Pennsylvania-based computer programmer, and...

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