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Clark Magnet and Crescenta Valley high schools took the top two spots locally in Newsweek’s rankings of the top national STEM schools, at Nos. 707 and 919, respectively, followed by Burbank, Burroughs, Hoover, Providence and Glendale.
Glendale’s City Attorney issued City Council hopeful Greg Astorian with a cease-and-desist notice asking him to refrain from using the city logo in future campaign materials. He was also asked to remove the logo from his website.
Officials with the Glendale YMCA recently signed a partnership agreement with the Artsakh YMCA, according to local Y officials.
Members of the Armed Forces – from World War II to Operation Desert Storm – were celebrated during Wilson Middle School’s Veteran’s Day Assembly on Thursday.
A student at Crescenta Valley High School was hospitalized after being struck by a car on Thursday during the campus’ lunch period, according to the Glendale Unified School District.
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  1. Within a year’s time, Glendale High School’s new $15.7 million pool facility will be completed and be ready to accommodate CIF-SS playoff games.
  2. When Noah and Ruby Woodall opened a camera shop on Commerce Avenue in Tujunga in 1945, it was a small and “humble” place. That’s the way Ruby described it in a family history provided by her great-granddaughter Christa Woodall.
  3. Clark Magnet and Crescenta Valley high schools took the top two spots locally in Newsweek’s rankings of the top national STEM schools, at Nos. 707 and 919, respectively, followed by Burbank, Burroughs, Hoover, Providence and Glendale.
  4. Suspects in a La Cañada Flintridge burglary were arrested on Sunday in Glendale when they crashed their vehicle after attempting to flee from Crescenta Valley Station Sheriff’s deputies, according to authorities.
  5. “We began to see [New Mexico] as the San Fernando Valley — in our imaginations, hearts and budget,” production designer for Netflix’s “Daybreak” said. The new series set in post-apocalyptic Glendale debuts Oct. 24.
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