The Early Edition: Glendale News-Press

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Loaves and Fishes Food Bank volunteers Jerry Walters, left, and Haroot Wartanian, right, fill up bags of food for needy people at the Glendale location on Tuesday. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

Demand for food rises
Food pantries and service organizations are preparing to meet their highest demand over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, with large numbers of residents out of work and struggling to get by.

Hailing the chiefs
DOWNTOWN — With Glendale, Burbank and Pasadena all without permanent police chiefs, experts say a possible sea change approaches in the way law enforcement is administered in the tri-city area.

Deadline set for wireless requests
CITY HALL — The Federal Communications Commission last week unanimously approved time limits on local processing of cellular antenna applications — marking a potential roadblock in the city’s fight for local control of micro-cell sites.

Two arrests in school theft
GLENDALE — Two 25-year-old Los Angeles men were charged Tuesday with breaking into Glendale High School to steal computers and other electronics from the campus.

One-Year Wonder
Handed the responsibility of playing arguably the most important starting position, Kyle Cota sought to make the best of a splendid opportunity.

Locals notch league honor
GLENDALE — Throughout the season, numerous area high school volleyball players tried to make a case for themselves.

Taken for Granted: Do more than remember them
Scrutinizing the crowd at the Forest Lawn Veterans Day ceremony two weeks ago, it struck me that the meaning of the day was dramatically different for each of the groups in attendance.

Written by Times Community News

November 25, 2009 at 9:13 am

Posted in glendale, News Roundups

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