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The Sears store in Glendale, once a mainstay of the city’s downtown, is closing in March after 85 years in operation.
Glendale officials have approved a revised design of the 2-000-square-foot contemporary food court that will abut the Glendale Galleria. The project is expected to open to the public this fall.
A California appeals court panel upheld the conviction of David Xavier Bushman, who was convicted of killing his non-blood relative in La Crescenta in 2015.
Last Tuesday, the Glendale Unified Board of Education discussed a resolution recognizing black students and community.
This past Sunday afternoon marked the 2020 Lunar New Year celebration at the Americana at Brand.
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  1. The Sears store in Glendale, once a mainstay of the city’s downtown, is closing in March after 85 years in operation.
  2. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is looking for any additional victims of 42-year-old Sheila Paguirigan Solis, who is accused of stealing approximately $100,000 from a senior citizen she worked for as a caregiver in La Cañada Flintridge
  3. Glendale will be holding a lottery at the end of the week for a chance to join the city’s housing subsidy pilot program for disabled seniors of limited financial means.
  4. Several Glendale residents weigh in on everything from infrastructure issues to the purchase of buses — and some think changes are in order as the City Council election nears.
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