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The Burbank Parks and Recreation Department has been using organic herbicides, as well as volunteer labor, to rid the city’s parks of weeds.
Burbank High senior Sidney Garrison was one of 300 students invited to George Mason University this summer to learn about environmental conservation.
School and community leaders gathered to open St. John Paul II STEM Academy on the former campus of Bellarmine-Jefferson High, 465 E. Olive Ave.
Around 15,000 Burbank Unified students returned to the classroom on Monday for the first day of classes for the 2019-20 school year.
The Burbank City Council is drafting a letter to President Donald Trump responding to the president’s tweet directed at several Congresswomen.
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  1. As the lunch bell sounded this past Tuesday afternoon, students filed into room No. 408 at David Starr Jordan Middle School.
  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.
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