The Early Edition: Glendale News-Press

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(Graphic Illustration by Jacob Reed)

(Graphic Illustration by Jacob Reed)

Shop till you drop

Glendale didn’t plan on becoming one of the largest retail hubs in Los Angeles County, but it happened — for better or worse.

Foreclosure rates drop

Local foreclosure rates slid in November to match a statewide trend of steady declines in recent months, but the lower frequency of trouble for homeowners may be temporary, experts said.

 Metrolink looks into crossing

GLENDALE — The Metrolink Board of Directors on Friday backed Councilman Ara Najarian’s request to start talks on closing the Doran Street and San Fernando Road at-grade railroad crossing.

School up for high honor

GLENDALE — Franklin Elementary School was named Thursday as one of 35 California nominees for a national honor, the state Department of Education announced.

CV takes Classic

LA CRESCENTA — With all the time Crescenta Valley High boys’ basketball player Nick Dragovich has put into shooting free throws during practice sessions, he figured it would work to his advantage during a game.

Nitros too much for Hoover

BURBANK — For a Glendale High girls’ water polo team that began its season just two days prior, after Friday night, first-year Nitros Coach Forest Holbrook was quite pleased with where his team is at.


Written by Veronica Rocha

December 12, 2009 at 9:48 am

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