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Brothers Juan Fuentes, 19, left, and Reynaldo Fuentes, 18, center, with Glendale Neighborhood Services Inspector Che Hill at the Fuentes' home in Glendale on Thursday.  Hill is helping the Fuentes children, six in total, with donations after their mother died suddenly at age 41 in September.  (Raul Roa/News-Press)

Brothers Juan Fuentes, 19, left, and Reynaldo Fuentes, 18, center, with Glendale Neighborhood Services Inspector Che Hill at the Fuentes' home in Glendale on Thursday. Hill is helping the Fuentes children, six in total, with donations after their mother died suddenly at age 41 in September. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

Community steps up for family
The death of a Glendale mother of six children last month struck a chord with city workers and local property owners who have since donated $600 in gift cards to help the family buy food.

Ash still teems in the foothills
LA CRESCENTA — Even as attention has turned to the dangers posed by a wet winter on the barren hillsides of the Angeles National Forest, foothill residents say they’re continuing to grapple with a sooty menace — ash.

Workforce board well running dry
LOS ANGELES — Federal stimulus grants have helped the Verdugo Workforce Investment Board assist more jobless workers in recent months than ever before, but the funds have also turned the spotlight on a looming problem: The money is running out.

Tornadoes run over
BURBANK — Burroughs High running back Dalton Williams has proven to be a standout athlete for the Indians this season, pacing his team with four touchdowns prior to Thursday night’s Pacific League game against Hoover.

Loretta delivers walk-off for L.A.
GLENDALE — At this point in his 15-year Major League Baseball career, Mark Loretta’s job description has been simplified for the most part to watching from the dugout and staying ready, waiting for his chance to affect a game with his bat.

EDUCATION MATTERS: Lawsuits not the proper thanks
I have written before about the accommodations that Glendale schools have put forth to improve the learning environment for our students with special needs.

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Written by Times Community News

October 9, 2009 at 10:16 am

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