The Early Edition: Glendale News-Press

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Glendale goalie Haik Chatalyan makes a save in first quarter in semi-final CIF playoff game against Webb on Wednesday.

Nitros almost have it in the net
In shock and riddled with disappointment, first-year Glendale High boys’ water polo Coach Forest Holbrook couldn’t fault the effort.

Homeless shelter to return
CENTRAL GLENDALE — After a controversial stay in Burbank last year, a Los Angeles County-funded winter homeless shelter is set to return to downtown Glendale Dec. 1.

Fire report urges new procedures
GLENDALE — Hillside residents hailed a report critical of federal fire policy, contending they have long complained of U.S. Forest Service restrictions on forest land that prevent wider brush clearings around their homes.

District: Learn another language
GLENDALE — The Glendale Unified School District Board of Education this week moved one step closer to finalizing consequences for 130 teachers who lack a state teaching credential.

Falcons’ title defense derailed
IRVINE — For the first 14 minutes of action, it felt as if Wednesday afternoon’s CIF Southern Section Division VI semifinal match between Crescenta Valley High and Rio Mesa at William J. Woollett, Jr. Aquatics Center in Irvine had picked up right where the teams’ previous meeting had left off.

Locals’ fights go off well
LAS VEGAS — It took Karen Darabedyan 15 minutes to introduce himself to the mixed martial arts world.

A Balcony View: ‘Tis not the season yet; not here, anyway
It all started Nov. 1. I was strolling by the office of a co-worker and heard Nat King Cole singing “The Christmas Song.” At the time, I didn’t think much of it. But then a few days later, I ventured into Glendale to do some shopping. And there they were. The first Christmas decorations.

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Written by Times Community News

November 19, 2009 at 9:47 am

Posted in glendale, News Roundups

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