First published in the Dec. 4 print issue of the Burbank Leader.
Burbank police are investigating burglaries that affected four small businesses in the Magnolia Park area early Friday morning.
Officers received notice that an alarm at a hardware store had been triggered at about 2:40 a.m. in the 3200 block of West Magnolia Boulevard, and found that three other businesses had also been burglarized. All had their windows smashed, according to Lt. J.J. Puglisi of the Burbank Police Department. Continue reading “Break-Ins Target Four Magnolia Park Businesses”
First published in the Oct. 9 print issue of the Burbank Leader.
As a young girl, in the bedroom of her parent’s home in the Magnolia Park section of Burbank, Veronica St. Clair would lay on her bed and dream of becoming an actress.
That dream became stronger as each year passed, and during her time at Roosevelt Elementary School, Jordan Middle School (now Huerta Middle School) and John Burroughs High School, she began honing her dramatic skills in variety shows, talent shows and show choir. Continue reading “Burbank Actress Makes Her Mark With ‘La Brea’”
For as far back as most Burbankers can remember, if you’re on the lookout for vintage clothing, fashion accessories, jewelry, glassware, art work, memorabilia, collectibles, furnishings or a really unique gift, you have no further to take your search than to Magnolia Park’s antique and specialty shops.
ACalifornia program for small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic has given more than $5 million in grants to Burbank companies and contractors, recently released data shows.
More than 450 Burbank small businesses — including nonprofits, sole proprietorships and independent contractors — that grossed between $1,000 and $2.5 million in the 2019 tax year received grants from the state’s COVID-19 Small Business Relief Grant program, which was announced in early December.