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The theater arts department at Glendale Community College will present the drama “Twelve Angry Jurors” by Reginald Rose for eight performances, beginning Nov. 7.
My daughter wanted to make sure her dad and I are looking ahead to the possibility that one of us will reach a point where we can no longer make it up the 22 stairs leading to our front door.
A retired superintendent of Grayson questions landfill gas flaring; a Glendale woman resents insinuations made recently about homeowners association on the part of two councilmen.
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  1. An upcoming dedication of an intersection in Tujunga to an Armenian American author has sparked animosity between local residents who have claimed the initiative will overshadow the corner’s existing historical significance and those who believe the opposition is grounded in veiled ethnic discrimination. It shares similarities to the discussion about the renaming of a stretch of Maryland Avenue to Artsakh Street.
  2. Glendale city officials are set to acquire two large pieces of property for $25 million to develop into affordable housing, citing a goal to offer respite to local residents struggling to keep up with rising rents.
  3. 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.
  4. Brian Cruz, wanted for attempted murder in Glendale, was found dead last month in the Angeles National Forest after crashing his vehicle, police said on Tuesday.
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