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Speakers bring lessons of unity to John Muir Middle School

John Muir Middle School principal Greg Miller said he wants to make it clear that the school’s first “Muir United” event on Thursday was not a one-off deal, but rather the first step toward educating students about acceptance and tolerance. “Today is a change of mindset, that the kids moving forward...

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    On the Town: Chamber hosts year-end, wrap-up event

    While the world will not be celebrating the new year for another seven weeks, the Burbank Chamber of Commerce got a jump on ringing in 2018 by presenting an early New Year’s Eve-themed mixer last week at Belmont Village Senior Living Community in Burbank. The focus of the evening, which included...

  • Burbank approves new regulations for tourism board

    Burbank approves new regulations for tourism board

    The Burbank City Council finalized recommendations it made to city staff almost a year ago designed to prevent the Burbank Hospitality Assn. from breaking any laws or again violating the Brown Act. The Los Angeles district attorney’s office found the association approved a $50,000 donation in support...

  • Burbank may soon allow marijuana cultivation for recreational use

    Burbank may soon allow marijuana cultivation for recreational use

    Recreational marijuana users in Burbank may soon be able to cultivate their own plants at home. The Burbank City Council unanimously voted on Tuesday to approve the first reading of an ordinance that would amend the city’s ordinance that oversees the use of cannabis to better align with state law....

  • Burbank denies developer’s preapplication to submit its housing project

    Burbank denies developer’s preapplication to submit its housing project

    A conceptual proposal for a housing development in the Rancho district is not compatible with the surrounding neighborhood, according to a decision by the Burbank City Council Tuesday. After nearly four hours of public testimony and deliberation, council members voted 3-2 to deny MLC Holdings,...

  • Learning Matters: A helpful dose of middle school

    Learning Matters: A helpful dose of middle school

    I wasn’t sure why I decided it was time for a visit to middle school, that magical and sometimes challenging place between fifth and ninth grades. Perhaps it was the longstanding invitation from Wilson Middle School sixth-grade teacher Gail Dunham, whose classes I’ve visited in other parts of the...

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