Monthly Archives: November, 2023

Ascencia Adopt-A-Family Program Seeks Holiday Helpers

Ascencia’s Adopt-A-Family program has returned with increased demand from the community. This year, Ascencia saw a 55% spike in Adopt-A-Family applications and are seeking community...

Burroughs Cruises to Unbeaten Start

The Burbank High School varsity boys’ basketball team was edged by Sotomayor High of Los Angeles in overtime 60-59 in their Bravo Tournament finale...

Holiday in the Park Kicks Off Season

First published in the November 25 print issue of the Burbank Leader.

Stroke Patient Recounts Harrowing Journey to Recovery

Nick Reed has a reason to be thankful.The Burbank pastor and Glendale resident’s life is finally returning to normal after the 38-year-old pastor nearly...

Chris Erskine: Over the River, Through the Woods

I was pumping the brakes through the Sepulveda Pass the other day, and I just needed something not to go insane: Karen Carpenter …...

Fire Department Smothers Attic Fire

First published in the November 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader.

City Council Should Put End to ‘Multiverse’

Basically, what’s a politician? A human being with an undiagnosed, or at least not publicly unveiled, personality disorder who probably studied sociology, law, economics...

Burbank Chorale to Bring Holiday Cheer With Concert

The Burbank Chorale, under the direction of Mikhail Shtangrud, will host its “Holiday Concert: Believe” at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2, at St....

Burbank Police Department Crime Log

A homeless man masturbating in a victim’s driveway in the 1300 block of Scott Road on Nov. 8 was arrested at 7:20 a.m. -- A man...

Burbank Welcomes Two New Fire Captains

First published in the November 18 print issue of the Burbank Leader.
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