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A downtown Burbank organization is launching a new marketing campaign to promote the recently-expanded downtown area, which now includes businesses such as IKEA and Tesla, which are east of Verdugo Avenue on San Fernando Boulevard.
Burroughs High School graduate Tom Crowther, a former district special education teacher, baseball coach, student newspaper adviser, Burbank High assistant principal and high school sports reporter is returning to the Media City as the next principal at Burbank High.
The Burbank City Council discussed some of the areas that it wants Metro to focus during the drafting of its environmental impact report on a bus rapid transit system connecting North Hollywood to Pasadena.
Metro has been seeking input on its 18-mile bus rapid transit project from North Hollywood to Pasadena.
Residents from the south San Fernando Valley and a former airport director are pressuring Hollywood Burbank Airport officials to address their noise concerns.
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  2. Earlier this year the Internal Revenue Service officially recognized the Satanic Temple as a church, meaning it has 501(c)(3) tax exempt status.
  3. The Kmart store in Burbank — and dozens of Kmart and Sears stores across the country — are now on the chopping block.