The Early Edition: Glendale News-Press

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Gunnar Starling, 6, serves salad to Jamison Rosenberg during a free post-Christmas meal Sunday for those in need at Salem Lutheran Church in Glendale.

Journey to the feast
Vicki Emami briefed her servers one last time before the lines formed. The four second-graders behind the table were antsy with anticipation, but one question remained.

Life in city is up for debate
CITY HALL —The City Council in January is expected to discuss a wide-ranging report on the city’s quality of life, three months after the figures were first posted online.

Malls enjoy joyous holiday season
GLENDALE — It might not qualify as a Christmas miracle, but sales and traffic around Glendale retail hubs exceeded last year’s numbers, mall operators said.

Dates set for Christmas tree pickup
GLENDALE — As Christmas gives way to the new year and households start packing up their decorations, city officials have announced a number of recycling programs for that withering tree in the living room.

2009 YEAR IN REVIEW: WINTER AND SPRING
Starting the year off with a bang

GLENDALE — Editor’s Note: The following is a recap of the 2009 local sports scene from the winter and spring seasons.

Falcons keep up strong start
PASADENA — Spending five days in Maui over Christmas break didn’t do too much to mellow the Crescenta Valley High boys’ basketball team.

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Written by Times Community News

December 28, 2009 at 9:40 am

Posted in glendale

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