Monthly Archives: November, 2023

Board President ‘Dehumanized’ Over Cancelled Meeting Fallout

Local leaders are deescalating tensions after the cancellation of a joint School Board and City Council meeting this week resulted in assertions by the...

Bears, Bulldogs Look to Make Strides in League Play

A highly competitive Pacific League will test the Burroughs and Burbank High girls’ basketball teams this season, but the goal remains the same for...

Laurell: Teenagers Possess Spirit of Caring

“What’s with young people these days?” While that question is most often uttered by baby boomers depending on one’s beliefs, the same thing had to...

Coaching Changes Usher in New Eras for Burbank, Burroughs

The Burroughs and Burbank boys’ basketball teams begin the 2023-24 season with new head coaches at the helm. Despite the changes in leadership, the...

Voting Rights Lawsuit Filed Against City

Burbank voter Nick Gutierrez is moving forward with his voting rights lawsuit against the city. Following the City Council’s surprise move away from approving electoral...

Burbank Honors 20th Anniversary of Fallen Officer

Nov. 15 marked the 20th anniversary of Burbank Police Department’s fallen officer Matthew Pavelka’s end of watch. In unison with the city of Burbank,...

Providence Workers to Vote on Contract Ratification

Approximately 700 frontline health care workers, who went on strike at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center last month, reached a tentative agreement for a...

Erskine: An Ode to Hope and Pumpkin Pie

As you know, we live in a town where freeways catch fire. At one local supermarket, I noticed that they patched a pothole with...

Colman Steps Down as Burbank High Football Coach

Adam Colman, the varsity football head coach at Burbank High School, announced his resignation Nov. 7 to prioritize his health and family. Colman made the...

Padgett Named Assistant City Manager

Burbank City Manager Justin Hess announced this week that Courtney Padgett has been named as the new assistant city manager, succeeding longtime city leader...
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