Monthly Archives: June, 2022

Library’s Summer Reading Program Is Underway

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Burbank Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Program started this month and will...

Boys & Girls Club’s College Program Gets Grant

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley has received...

Road Kings Keep California Car Culture Alive

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. In 1952, Elvis Presley was a high school kid who worked as an...

Thought I Would Die When My Son Left for College

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. EUGENE, Ore. – Here I am, the cheery existentialist, stirring my motel coffee...

City Allocates Nearly $1.3 Million in Federal Funds

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Burbank City Council recently allocated about $1.29 million in federal grant funding...

City Council Should Support Development of Apartments

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Burbank City Council and Rancho residents are frustrated in losing local control...

School Dedicates Butterfly Garden to Former Teacher

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Florence Nightingale Middle School in Los Angeles recently honored a Burbank man and...

BWP to Tighten Water Restrictions

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. Burbank Water and Power officials will issue stricter sprinkler restrictions near the end...

BUSD Unveils Budget Plan

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. With the new fiscal year approaching, Burbank Unified School District officials presented their...

Chris Erskine Is Spot On

First published in the June 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader. The Burbank Leader is so fortunate to have Chris Erskine appearing in its...
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