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LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | January 28, 2009
GLENDALE — Police have been cracking down on speeders and motorists who violated road laws in the past week in an effort to curtail collisions in the city. Glendale Police Department Traffic Bureau officers have cited more than 55 people since Jan. 19 for speeding on Glenoaks Boulevard, Pacific Avenue and Kenneth and Glenwood roads. Twenty-five motorists were cited Jan. 20 on the four roads, with some reaching speeds as high as 60 mph on Glenoaks, where the speed limit is 40 mph. Another nine motorists were cited Sunday and 15 Monday for speeding on Pacific Avenue, where speeds reached as high as 52 mph in the 25 mph zone.
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LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | January 17, 2009
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — A couple and a 17-year-old driver were taken to local hospitals Friday for moderate injuries after the driver ran a red light, drove into the wrong direction of traffic and struck the couple’s car head-on, police said. The teen, whose name was not released because he is a minor, was driving west on Glenoaks Boulevard at a high speed when he ran a red light at Graynold Avenue, then swerved to avoid hitting another car and hit a curb instead, which sent his silver Infiniti sport utility vehicle into the eastbound lanes of Glenoaks, Glendale Police Lt. Carl Povilaitis said.
LOCAL
By Zain Shauk | January 10, 2009
NORTH GLENDALE — Two men were hospitalized, one with serious injuries, after a car collision that involved speeding and may have been related to street racing, or chasing, police said. A teenager was driving east at high speeds in a red minivan on Glenoaks Boulevard when he hit a Nissan sedan at about 7 p.m. that was turning left at Concord Street, said Police Lt. Carl Povilaitis, who was at the scene. The driver of the Nissan, who was alone, was seriously injured and undergoing surgery Friday night at County-USC Medical Center for unknown injuries, Povilaitis said.
LOCAL
By Jeremy Oberstein | December 31, 2008
GLENDALE — The unfolding case of Bruce Jeffrey Pardo, who on Christmas Eve killed nine people at a holiday party while dressed as Santa Claus, continued to unravel Tuesday, with police saying a family attorney and Glendale resident may have been one of the intended targets. Glendale police, acting on a tip from neighbors, found a rental car Saturday night that Pardo had left on Glenoaks Boulevard. Police evacuated the north Glendale neighborhood for about five hours. At the time, police did not know why the car was parked there, less than six miles from Pardo’s Montrose home and far from the Covina house where the murders occurred.
NEWS
November 12, 2008
Zarian to discuss safety progress Glendale Police Lts. Carl Povilaitis and Gary Montecuollo are scheduled to appear live on ?The Larry Zarian Show? Thursday to discuss the state of traffic safety in Glendale, more than a year after a high-profile hit-and-run case highlighted the city?s abysmal pedestrian safety record. With the hit-and-run murder case of Elizabeth Sandoval, who was killed in July 2007 while crossing South Glendale Avenue near East Wilson Road, still working its way through the court system, the traffic bureau officers are expected to give a progress report on Police Department efforts to stop speeding and enforce crosswalk rules.
LOCAL
September 27, 2008
The following were taken from reports filed at the Glendale Police Department: ? ?Avonoak Terrace and Glenoaks Boulevard: A 38-year-old Glendale man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of speeding. ?400 block of Harvard Street: A 44-year-old Glendale man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of being drunk in public. ?100 block of Cedar Stree t: A 26-year-old Glendale man reported Thursday that his house was burglarized and that $300 worth of valuables were stolen.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha | June 12, 2008
Members of the Burbank Police Department, led by four developmentally disabled athletes, handed off the Special Olympics torch to their Glendale counterparts Wednesday in a 5.5-mile leg of a ceremonial run to signify the start of the games Friday in Long Beach. Burbank employees handed off the torch at Glenoaks Boulevard and Alameda Avenue to members of the Glendale Police Department, who passed on the torch to officers of the Los Angeles Police Department Northeast Division. “Glendale police puts out such a great effort and support for the Special Olympics,” said Kim Bondie of the Tri-Valley Special Olympics chapter.
FEATURES
By KATHERINE YAMADA | June 6, 2008
An aerial view of Northwest Glendale, taken in 1927, showed Glenwood Road as a significant dividing line between a settled residential area and a huge swath of empty land — once filled with vineyards. For many years, the vineyards supplied grapes for a winery on Olvera Street. They were owned by Antonio Pelanconi and his wife, Isabel. After his death, she married Giacoma Tononi. The property was maintained by her son, Lorenzo A. Pelanconi, but when Isabel Tononi died in 1917, the process of settling the estate began.
BUSINESS
By Ryan Vaillancourt | April 2, 2008
DOWNTOWN — Commercial property owners may not be required to do extensive landscaping or maintain unique, tasteful facades, but for 41 years a group of volunteers especially keen on clean streets and eye-pleasing designs has been rewarding those who do. That group — known simply as Glendale Beautiful — continued its tradition on Tuesday by recognizing four such property owners and two city park facilities. Not to be confused with the city’s Commission for a Clean and Beautiful Glendale, which mostly recognizes residential structures, Glendale Beautiful formed in 1967 with the mission to recognize commercial property owners in the city that went the extra mile to beautify their buildings and, by logical extension, the city at large, said Gladys Wymore, Glendale Beautiful president.
NEWS
By Mike Michaelian | January 11, 2008
In response to “Police check under the hood” Wednesday, as one of many classic-car enthusiasts in Glendale, I want to voice my concern about this new crackdown having the potential to negatively affect our hobby. As I have written before to the Glendale News-Press, everyone in Glendale with even a shred of intellectual honesty knows who is overwhelmingly responsible for the roadway insanity that has become so shamefully characteristic of this city. The embarrassing spectacle of kids somehow being able to “acquire” these expensive vehicles leaves most of us working adults scratching (or rather shaking)
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