The Early Edition: Burbank Leader

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Peter Beckman, left, donates groceries to Leadership Burbank alumni Barry Gussow who helps collect groceries for the Burbank Temporary Aid Center at the Burbank Pavilions. (Raul Roa/Leader)

Providing temporary aid
When Bonnie Lea hastily accepted an orange handbill on her way into Pavilions, the employee of a food distribution company didn’t expect to walk out with a grocery bag of donations.

T.J. Maxx opens in Burbank
AIRPORT DISTRICT — Discount retailer T.J. Maxx opened its doors at the Empire Center over the weekend, filling one of the property’s major vacancies and hoping to capitalize on increased consumer interest in savings during the recession.

Authorities fly to Plan B
BOB HOPE AIRPORT — In their first public comments since federal officials turned down a nine-year, multimillion-dollar application for nighttime flight restrictions, Bob Hope Airport officials on Monday said that they would keep pushing for noise relief.

Schools losing deputy supt.
WEST BURBANK — Joel Shapiro, deputy superintendent of Burbank Unified School District, will leave to head up South Pasadena Unified School District on Dec. 7.

Historic run to finals
BELLARMINE-JEFFERSON HIGH — The Bellarmine-Jefferson High girls’ basketball team isn’t the only program at the school that has the talent to make it to a CIF Southern Section championship.

Guards rebound
BELLARMINE-JEFFERSON HIGH — Playing in a Santa Cruz League that provides the Bellarmine-Jefferson High girls’ volleyball team with minimal competition, Guards’ Coach Miguel Segura decided to beef up his team’s nonleague schedule this season.

Everyone’s Business: Everyone deserves affordable health care
In December 2003 I noticed my urine was dark red. I knew this was serious, and immediately drove to my doctor’s office. A nurse had me give a urine sample and, when she saw the red liquid, took me to a waiting room.

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Written by Times Community News

November 18, 2009 at 8:07 am

Posted in burbank, News Roundups

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