Burbank Leader


DeBell Golf Course operator hopes for brighter future

For many Burbank residents, DeBell Golf Course is a place they can visit to get away from all the hustle and bustle of the city. This past Monday morning, dozens of golfers were getting in their rounds at the 5,633-yard, par-71 course, which is tucked away in the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains...


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Burbank playoff comeback falls just short

Burbank playoff comeback falls just short

BURBANK — Burbank High’s baseball team put itself in a position to win Tuesday’s CIF Southern Section Division IV second-round playoff game. Trailing Capistrano Valley Christian by three runs heading into the seventh inning, the Bulldogs were down to their last three outs. But Burbank battled back...

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Glendale Centre Theatre stages ‘Annie Get Your Gun’

Glendale Centre Theatre stages ‘Annie Get Your Gun’

The Glendale Centre Theatre is presenting a version of Irving Berlin’s classic musical “Annie Get Your Gun” that incorporates both the original with its 1999 Broadway revival. “Annie Get your Gun” is about legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley, who joins Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show and beats gunslinger...


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  • Bike corrals will help everyone in community

    Burbank has more than 9,000 free off-street municipal parking spaces, mostly within the downtown Burbank Golden Mall and Magnolia Park areas, all provided and maintained through the city’s General Fund. There are also hundreds of free on-street parking places on Magnolia between downtown and Magnolia...

  • The Fate of the Furious: 30 days at the impound

    The Fate of the Furious: 30 days at the impound

    Recently, Los Angeles has seen a dramatic and alarming 43% increase in traffic-related fatalities, with 260 traffic deaths occurring in 2016. This rate is continuing to increase and in 2017 is already significantly higher than it was at this time last year. Unfortunately, these rising rates of...

  • Readers share thoughts about possible fire personnel cuts, development-assistance programs

    After attending the Burbank City Council meeting May 9, I must voice my concerns as a citizen of Burbank. Upon hearing the city's budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year, I learned of the city's possible intent to eliminate three firefighter positions. It was explained to the council that...

  • Attack of the cartoon, a smaller Leader

    Was that cartoon the Leader ran last week about Dr. David Gordon supposed to be funny? Well, it wasn’t. It was sick. I’m canceling my subscription to The Times if they don’t stop including the Leader. Let’s not start bashing Gordon the same as the media is bashing President Trump. It looks like...


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