Monthly Archives: April, 2021

Bulldogs Fall to Crescenta Valley High School, 13-6

By Austin GreenBurbank Leader Nearly 18 months since Crescenta Valley High School football won the 2019 CIF Southern Section championship, the Falcons notched their first...

Group Honors High School Seniors with Gifts

A Facebook group is helping local high school seniors celebrate graduation despite their tumultuous final semester by providing them with some of their favorite...

Son of Tinhorn Flats Owner Arrested After Removing Lock

The 20-year-old son of the Tinhorn Flats Saloon and Grill owner was arrested Thursday night after removing a city-placed lock from the restaurant’s doors...

Unemployment Dropped Steeply in February

Hundreds of local residents returned to work in February following the lifting of statewide coronavirus restrictions, reversing a steep increase in unemployment reported at...

Bulldogs Succumb to Serrano in Home Opener

The Burbank High School varsity football team was unable to contain Phelan Serrano’s ground game in a 48-12 loss at home last Friday as...

Burroughs Softball Falls To Sierra Canyon

By Michael DumanskyBurbank Leader With two outs and two runners on in the bottom of the fourth inning, a line drive off the bat of...

Burbank Residents Reach 31% Vaccination Rate

Burbank residents will soon see more of the normality they were used to before the COVID-19 pandemic hit last year.The L.A. Department of Public...

Contentious Delivery Fee Cap Approved By City Council

After several close calls and failed attempts, the Burbank City Council narrowly passed a temporary ordinance limiting fees third-party delivery platforms can charge restaurants.The...

Neighbors Remain Concerned About Raising Cane’s

Addressing residents’ worries about an incoming popular fried chicken restaurant chain, city officials said this week that they will monitor noise, traffic and trash...
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