The Early Edition: The Glendale News-Press

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A voluntary drug testing program will be introduced at Crescenta Valley High School next semester to address drug-related behavior among students.

Another way to say no
GLENDALE — A voluntary drug testing program will be introduced at Crescenta Valley High School next semester to address drug-related behavior among students.

Search still on for GCC supt.
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Searching for a new superintendent of Glendale Community College is expected to heat up in the first few months of 2010, according to a report to the board of trustees Monday.

City to help bus homeless
BURBANK — One year after playing host to the regional homeless winter shelter in what was a problematic stint, Burbank pledged $20,000 to help cover the cost of busing its homeless population to the Glendale shelter every day.

Regional tip line nets arrests
GLENDALE — Reporting crimes anonymously can be as easy as sending an e-mail, text message or dialing a call center.

Tologs have troubles
BURBANK — A rough first quarter on Tuesday night took something out of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball team that the Tologs seemingly were never able to get back.

Gaels iced in fourth period
BURBANK — Although Ramona Convent held a double-digit lead for much of the third quarter of Tuesday’s consolation bracket semifinal game of the 13th annual Providence Pioneer Shootout, the Holy Family basketball team was still a couple of runs away from getting back in the game heading into the fourth quarter.

Tropico Perspective: Names don’t need to be named
I am a fan of open government. It’s ours, after all, and we should have access to pretty much any information we think we need to make sure it serves the public good. In fact, I would like to have a terminal in every public building that lets just about anybody dig around to their heart’s content for whatever dirt they can find.

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Written by Times Community News

December 23, 2009 at 9:40 am

Posted in glendale, News Roundups

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