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Burbank teachers call for better wages, working conditions

Clad in black, nearly two dozen Burbank Unified teachers and their families stood in front of City Hall Thursday evening with signs calling for better wages and working conditions. The protest was held as contract negotiations continue between the Burbank Teachers Assn. and the Burbank Unified...

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Big lead propels Burbank football to upset of Crescenta Valley

Big lead propels Burbank football to upset of Crescenta Valley

GLENDALE – A stellar first half and grit over the final two quarters delivered the Burbank High football team one of its biggest Pacific League victories in years. The unranked Division VII Bulldogs led by 27 points at halftime and marched to an impressive 37-20 victory over Division VI No. 2-ranked...

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Glendale International Film Festival returns for its fourth year
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Glendale International Film Festival returns for its fourth year

The Glendale International Film Festival will return for its fourth year on Friday with a schedule of about 200 films and documentaries to showcase the works of many local filmmakers. Local writer, director and actress Velvet Rhodes has organized the event since 2014 as its chief executive and,...

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