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The area’s representative in the U.S. Congress writes on the shutdowns of the Glendale News-Press, Burbank Leader and La Cañada Valley Sun, announced by the Los Angeles Times on April 16.

A tribute to healthcare workers catches one reader’s eyes this week while another suggests face masks aren’t all they’re cracked up to be.

A Glendale couple predict business booms down the line for marriage counselors, divorce attorneys or, perhaps, OB-GYNs and pediatricians.

Joylene Wagner recently sorted through boxes and files in her house and stumbled upon two pieces she’d written that connect her memories to challenges faced during the coronavirus pandemic.

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  1. Glendale is reporting 76 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, more than doubling since Friday. The city now has the third highest number of cases in the county, after Los Angeles and Long Beach.

  2. Travel restrictions, college eligibility and canceled recruiting events are among biggest challenges in college recruiting amid COVID-19, but coaches and players are adapting.

  3. 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.

  4. Glendale renters will now have 12 months, instead of six, to repay late or missed rent after the coronavirus emergency, as Glendale officials try to respond to residents’ fears about being able to keep a roof over their head during the crisis that has brought job loss and economic woes to many.

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