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The Glendale Sunrise Rotary Club is spearheading a six-week healthy cooking class at Roosevelt Middle School, looking to help underprivileged students.
Assemblywoman Laura Friedman, a Democrat whose district includes Glendale and Burbank, announced on Friday she will be running for a third term.
Thirty-one leaders from Glendale businesses, nonprofits and the city took part in the 28th annual Glendale Educational Foundation Principal for a Day.
Some of Glendale’s local election rules conflict with L.A. County’s rules. Glendale officials have taken the initial steps to change that by introducing an emergency ordinance that will allow the city to defer to the state’s election rules. Time is of the essence because the city must meet the L.A. County’s deadlines in order to hold its election for several City Council seats as intended this March.
Glendale High School’s Adopt-A-Family Club is trying to raise $2,000 this holiday season to purchase gifts for underserved area children.
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  1. Glendale City Council members introduced a temporary emergency ordinance that will allow the city to enforce some of its ADU regulations — including maximum unit sizes — even as several state housing laws going into effect Jan. 1 will supersede or negate many others.
  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. Glendale’s first-ever ice-skating rink opened on Friday afternoon without a grinch in sight. Children in the SoCal equivalent of winter wear sipped hot cocoa and wrestled on skates. Glendale city officials sported Santa hats and holiday sweaters. Local police officers passed pucks on fresh ice.