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Flags fly in the breeze on May 26, 2021. Glendale Sunrise Rotary, in collaboration with Forest Lawn-Glendale, presents a “Glendale Field of Honor” display of 1,000 American flags. The display of flags, on top of 8-foot poles and arrayed at the entrance to Forest Lawn-Glendale, honor the memory of deceased veterans and current veterans through
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As of Tuesday, May 25, the California Department of Public Health’s vaccine dashboard showed about 5.2 million doses have been shipped throughout the state (1.5 million more than a week ago) and of those, 36.5 million have been administered. Vaccinations in California According to Bloomberg’s dashboard tracking vaccine distribution, 55.6% of California’s population has received
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With Pasadena City officials starting to hash out a proposed $897.8 million budget blueprint for fiscal year 2022, City Manager Steven Mermell has issued a grim outlook for the city’s landmark Rose Bowl stadium, which will mark its centennial season next year. The financial picture for the beloved 99-year-old stadium’s has been a tenuous, ongoing
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A team of North Hollywood High School science students emerged victorious Saturday over scholars from 63 other schools nationwide in this year’s U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science National Science Bowl Championship. The win marks North Hollywood High’s second National Science Bowl championship, following the title captured in 2001. The school has placed among
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LOS ANGELES — Councilman Bob Blumenfield has proposed exploring the creation of a citywide program to finance construction of accessory dwelling units, also known as granny flats, to house formerly homeless Angelenos. “As the city continues to expand its inventory of homeless interventions, and with (Proposition) HHH projects averaging $531,000 per unit, ADUs can provide
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