The Early Edition – Burbank Leader

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Bob Hope Airport. (Scott Smeltzer/News-Press)

Still fighting for curfew
CITY HALL — The Federal Aviation Administration decision to reject a nighttime noise curfew at Bob Hope Airport may have seen a blunt end to a nine-year, multimillion-dollar effort, but officials said advanced warning of the impending decision had given them time to develop alternatives.

Disarray meets joy for parents
CITY HALL — What had started out as a simple student achievement recognition event turned into an overcrowded jumble here Thursday, with hundreds of parents and their children responding to what they said was a last-minute notice from Burbank Unified officials.

City eyes aid for federal funds
CITY HALL — After wrangling about $1.7 million in federal earmarks this year, city officials are on the starting block earlier than ever before for a process that will prioritize projects eligible for future funding.

Indians’ defense steps up in win.
MEMORIAL FIELD — With both teams battling to stay in Pacific League championship picture, the Crescenta Valley High and Burroughs football teams battled to a stalemate through three quarters.

Bulldogs lose late to Pasadena
MEMORIAL FIELD — The look of frustration, shock and anger was plastered across the faces of the Burbank High football players following a crushing turn of events against Pasadena.

Bell-Jeff falls in league, 17-6
LOS ANGELES — For more than 46 minutes, there was not much that separated the Bellarmine-Jefferson High and Salesian’s football teams.

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Written by Times Community News

November 7, 2009 at 10:38 am

Posted in burbank, News Roundups

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