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July 16, 2019
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Motorists traveling along Foothill Boulevard will be welcomed to Glendale no more.
Wiping tears from her eyes, 16-year-old Ash Rosas told a rowdy crowd outside Glendale City Hall on Tuesday she was fighting climate change for her sister, who is 6.
Wiping tears from her eyes, 16-year-old Ash Rosas told a rowdy crowd outside Glendale City Hall on Tuesday she was fighting climate change for her sister, who is 6.
In an era of soaring graduation costs, perhaps the area’s best-kept secret is as quiet as a tomb.
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  1. Service and volunteering delivered a successful 13th annual Crescenta Valley Fireworks Assn. spectacular Thursday at Crescenta Valley High School amid fireworks bursting in the air, food trucks, games, music, bounce houses and waves of spectators draped in red, white and blue.
  2. A proposal to rebuild Glendale’s aging power plant includes significantly less natural gas than a now-scrapped plan from last year — but still doesn’t sit well with environmental advocates who think any amount is too much.
  3. Shortly after Hoover High officially announced in May that it wouldn’t field a varsity football team for the next two seasons, five area teams scheduled to face Hoover in the 2019 season were forced to scramble.