Monthly Archives: March, 2022

Readers Oppose Bus Rapid Transit

First published in the March 19 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Metro plan (BRT) to eliminate a lane of traffic on Olive Ave. between...

Local Students Kept Inside After Atwater Village Chemical Leak

First published in the March 19 print issue of the Burbank Leader. A chemical leak at a business in Los Angeles’ Atwater Village area prompted Burbank...

Raising Cane’s Opening Delayed

First published in the March 19 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The opening of a Raising Cane’s in Burbank was moved once again, with a...

Federal Funding Likely for Fire Department, Boys and Girls Club

First published in the March 12 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Nearly $500,000 appears poised to come to Burbank’s Fire Department and the...

Fake Bomb Threat Targets YMCA

First published in the March 12 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Burbank Police Department received a false threat from someone claiming to...

Custodians Deserve Better Pay

First published in the March 12 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Thank you for publishing the letter from Anna Nelson titled “Education Must Be...

Woman of the Year Honored for Activism

First published in the March 12 print issue of the Burbank Leader. When being lauded for her years of volunteerism and work to bolster civic life...

Bears Edge West Ranch in 5-Set Thriller

First published in the March 12 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Burroughs High School varsity boys’ volleyball team earned a thrilling five-set...

Bears Crush Pasadena; Bulldogs Edged by Arcadia

First published in the March 12 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Burroughs High School varsity boys’ tennis team clobbered host Pasadena, 17-1,...

Two Burroughs Students Picked for Spotlight Program

First published in the March 12 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Two John Burroughs High School students are among the 100 Southern California students who...
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