The Early Edition: Glendale News-Press

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Mountain Ave. Elementary schoolchildren sing Christmas carols for their classmates during a performance on Monday, December 14, 2009. (Roger Wilson/News-Press)

A chorus of carols
Caroling filled Mountain Avenue on Monday inside the elementary school’s cafeteria and along the street from which it takes its name.

Lobbyist likely to remain
CITY HALL — The City Council today is scheduled to consider securing long-term representation in Washington, D.C., months after putting their former federal lobbyist on a temporary contract to explore alternatives.

Cities form regional coalition
CITY HALL — City officials from Glendale and Burbank last week voted to join a new coalition of San Fernando Valley government agencies whose members plan to tackle regional issues and coordinate public infrastructure projects.

Authority seeks noise relief
AIRPORT DISTRICT — A month after federal officials rejected a multimillion-dollar application for nighttime flight restrictions, Bob Hope Airport officials agreed to spend nearly $70,000 to facilitate ongoing noise-relief efforts.

Knights spring leak in loss
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Despite the fact it was a consolation-bracket semifinal, Saturday night’s Ralph Brandt Tournament contest between St. Francis High and El Camino Real — a matchup of reigning CIF Southern California Regional champions — was a marquee matchup on paper.

Rebels hang on for victory
PASADENA — The Flintridge Prep girls’ basketball team blazed its way to a commanding lead over South Pasadena on Saturday afternoon by holding the Tigers without a field goal in the third quarter.

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Written by Times Community News

December 15, 2009 at 10:22 am

Posted in glendale, News Roundups

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