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- Stairway to Heaven May 25, 2022First published in the May 21 print issue of the Glendale News Press. Everybody is afraid of something, as they say. For me it’s women and mimes, particularly female mimes. You never know what female mimes are thinking, which is spooky.Speaking of spooky, how about the hike we took the other day, past the portals […]Chris Erskine
- Driver Dies in Car Crash When Vehicle Goes Off Overpass May 25, 2022First published in the May 21 print issue of the Glendale News Press. A motorist died Friday afternoon when their vehicle went off a freeway overpass and landed in the parking lot of the United Artists Movie Theatre on Verdugo Boulevard in Glendale.The accident occurred around 12:30 p.m., according to Jonathan Boyd, public information officer […]Mark Kellam
- Adventist Symposium Highlights Life-Saving Stories May 25, 2022First published in the May 21 print issue of the Glendale News Press. This past March 30, Pacoima resident Hamlet Tunyan was riding in a car driven by his wife, and he told her he wasn’t feeling well. He had a burning sensation in his chest and they decided to go to the emergency room […]Mark Kellam
- Simulated Evacuation Sends Many Into a Panic May 24, 2022First published in the May 21 print issue of the Glendale News Press. Glendale made waves last weekend when an exercise meant to simulate an evacuation drill scared many people in Los Angeles County into thinking there was an actual disaster in Chevy Chase Canyon.The Glendale Fire Department last week announced its plans for the […]Zane Hill
- GUSD Aims to Meet Child Care Demand May 24, 2022First published in the May 21 print issue of the Glendale News Press. The Glendale Unified School District aims to continue hiring employees to accommodate the deluge of applicants for pre- and post-school child care for the upcoming school year.Additionally, the district is also exploring potential partnerships — including with the city’s Parks and Recreation […]Zane Hill