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Community car enthusiasts gunned their engines on their way to the 2019 LA Auto Show at the L.A. Convention Center.
A Glenoaks Elementary School parent suggests the GUSD teach adults how to advocate for change in the way public schools are funded so more dollars can be put toward steeling campuses against shootings
When was the last time you sent a thank-you note, not an e-card, but an honest-to-goodness, cursive-written expression of gratitude?
Glendale police officer Ralph Murdy became a local celebrity in 1927 after taking Charlie Chaplin for a ride on his police motorcycle. Local newspaper photographers captured the duo on film and their photo appeared in the Los Angeles Examiner’s `"Who’s Who in News of the Day” on Nov. 5 of that year.
A Glendale resident who was surprised to be charged a fee to recycle a toaster thinks the city officials could find the funds to help pay for such disposals.
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  1. 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.
  2. Wilmot Rodman, 95, still has a firm handshake and sparkling blue eyes.
  3. Thirty-one leaders from Glendale businesses, nonprofits and the city took part in the 28th annual Glendale Educational Foundation Principal for a Day.
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