San Fernando Valley roundup: Westside subway faces delays, NoHo residents allegedly part of cash advance scheme

Good morning, readers! Today is Saturday, October 27. In the last few years, it seemed like we were crossing hurdles in public transportation.

The Orange Line was recently extended to Chatsworth and the Expo Line takes rides to Culver City. But one route is still experiencing delays: the Valley to the Westside. Daily News

Three people from North Hollywood were allegedly part of a larger cash advance scheme, according to Patch

A Glendale teachers union is not supporting application to a grant because it can't commit to not laying off any teachers next year, reports the Glendale News-Press.

Looking for a late breakfast? Harvest Moon opened in Valley Village, and it's open from 7 to 7 everyday. Patch

A Burbank family has been scaring up residents for more than two decades. Burbank Leader

-- Tiffany Kelly, Times Community News

Follow me on Google+ or on Twitter @LATiffanyKelly

Copyright © 2019, Burbank Leader
EDITION: California | U.S. & World