The Early Edition: Glendale News-Press

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Ray St. Julian, left, Terry Engle, center, and Bill Hoffmann hold candles Monday at the Glendale Armory during a candlelight vigil in honor of the homeless people who've died this year.

‘We become a family’
Steven Elliott credits the friends he meets for making life on the streets and in homeless shelters bearable.

Count shows bike trends
CITY HALL — More than half of those riding bicycles during the week in Glendale don’t use a helmet, and about a third ride on the sidewalk, according to a recent citywide survey of cyclists and pedestrians.

Violent-crime rates down
GLENDALE — The violent-crime rate in Glendale dropped in the first half of 2009, according to preliminary FBI figures released Tuesday.

Deadline set for earning CLAD
GLENDALE — Teachers will lose their jobs if they do not obtain a language and cultural diversity credential by June 2012, according to a new policy unanimously approved by the Glendale Unified School District Board of Education.

Defense paves way for Gaels
BURBANK — Winning the 13th annual Pioneer Shootout isn’t a possibility for the Holy Family basketball team. Attempting to capture the tournament’s consolation championship remains an option.

Knights leave their mark
GLENDALE — In a season in which the St. Francis High football program bounced back into the upper echelon of the Mission League and the CIF Southern Section Western Division, a stream of postseason accolades were no doubt to follow.

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Written by Times Community News

December 22, 2009 at 9:16 am

Posted in glendale, News Roundups

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