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December 31, 1994 | JULIE TAMAKI and TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The teen-age youth knocked on the door, then introduced himself and asked for a glass of water and use of a telephone. Edith Rose didn't know the boy personally, but she had seen him around her Reseda neighborhood. According to police, once the youth was inside her home, he demanded money and when the 74-year-old widow refused, he attacked. First he punched her repeatedly, then he grabbed a butcher knife and chased her through the house, stabbing her 20 times, authorities said.
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April 10, 2003 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
People stop and look and wonder. What is that wing-shaped, wood-sided building tucked behind the pepper and pine trees next to the busy Reseda neighborhood street? Barbara Adams often sees them there, standing outside her fence. They're gesturing with their hands as if they are trying to figure out the lines of the angular roof and of the unusual structure beneath it. Sometimes she walks out and invites the strangers into the yard for a closer look.
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August 2, 1988 | STEPHANIE CHAVEZ, Times Staff Writer
A Reseda neighborhood near Sherman Way and Reseda Boulevard may be the center of the San Fernando Valley's Mediterranean fruit fly infestation, prompting stepped-up inspections and the possibility of additional ground spraying in the area, state and county agricultural officials said Monday. A sixth Medfly was trapped Sunday afternoon on a back-yard citrus tree in the 7300 block of Darby Place, where the fifth fly was discovered Saturday.
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December 31, 1994 | JULIE TAMAKI and TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The teen-age youth knocked on the door, then introduced himself and asked for a glass of water and use of a telephone. Edith Rose didn't know the boy personally, but she had seen him around her Reseda neighborhood. According to police, once the youth was inside her home, he demanded money and when the 74-year-old widow refused, he attacked. First he punched her repeatedly, then he grabbed a butcher knife and chased her through the house, stabbing her 20 times, authorities said.
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December 31, 1994 | JULIE TAMAKI and TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The teen-age boy knocked on the door, then introduced himself and asked for a glass of water and the use of a telephone. Edith Rose didn't know the boy, but had seen him around her Reseda neighborhood. Once inside her home, the boy demanded money, police said. And when the 74-year-old widow refused, detectives said, he attacked. First, he punched her repeatedly. Then he grabbed a butcher knife and chased her through the house, stabbing her 20 times.
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April 10, 2003 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
People stop and look and wonder. What is that wing-shaped, wood-sided building tucked behind the pepper and pine trees next to the busy Reseda neighborhood street? Barbara Adams often sees them there, standing outside her fence. They're gesturing with their hands as if they are trying to figure out the lines of the angular roof and of the unusual structure beneath it. Sometimes she walks out and invites the strangers into the yard for a closer look.
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March 19, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Mayor James K. Hahn provided a debit card to the Reseda Neighborhood Council on Tuesday as part of a plan to give advisory bodies $50,000 annually for operating expenses. Hahn said 65 neighborhood councils have been certified by the city. Each council will be given what the mayor called a "stored value card" it can use to cover expenditures.
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August 2, 1988
A Reseda neighborhood may be the "epicenter" of the central San Fernando Valley's Mediterranean fruit fly infestation, prompting stepped up inspections and the possibility of additional ground spraying in the area, state and county agricultural officials said Monday. A sixth fruit fly was trapped late Sunday afternoon on a back yard citrus tree in the 7300 block of Darby Place, the same site where the fifth fly was discovered Saturday and only three blocks from where the third fly was found.
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July 2, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
A strip club has been bounced from a Reseda neighborhood and the property owners permanently barred from leasing to any adult business, under an agreement reached with the city. Showgirls Cabaret, the latest incarnation of the strip club in the 7200 block of Reseda Boulevard, was shut down in May under a preliminary injunction, said Frank Mateljan, spokesman for City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo. "This is one of those quality-of-life issues we're targeting," Mateljan said.
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August 24, 1992
I do not understand why news stories in the Valley Edition of the Times regarding monorail on the freeway have been consistently biased against the idea. The last article ("Developers' Funds Back Monorail Committee," Aug. 17) was so obvious I felt obligated to answer. While I do not belong to Citizens for Monorail, I am a member of the Western Sector Transit Coalition and chairman of the transit committee of the Reseda Neighborhood Association. I would like to see monorail get a fair shake.
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December 31, 1994 | JULIE TAMAKI and TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The teen-age boy knocked on the door, then introduced himself and asked for a glass of water and the use of a telephone. Edith Rose didn't know the boy, but had seen him around her Reseda neighborhood. Once inside her home, the boy demanded money, police said. And when the 74-year-old widow refused, detectives said, he attacked. First, he punched her repeatedly. Then he grabbed a butcher knife and chased her through the house, stabbing her 20 times.
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August 2, 1988 | STEPHANIE CHAVEZ, Times Staff Writer
A Reseda neighborhood near Sherman Way and Reseda Boulevard may be the center of the San Fernando Valley's Mediterranean fruit fly infestation, prompting stepped-up inspections and the possibility of additional ground spraying in the area, state and county agricultural officials said Monday. A sixth Medfly was trapped Sunday afternoon on a back-yard citrus tree in the 7300 block of Darby Place, where the fifth fly was discovered Saturday.
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January 29, 1996 | KAY HWANGBO
City zoning officials will hold public hearings on a number of applications for city permits next month, including proposed cellular telephone antennas in Sunland, a liquor permit in North Hollywood and a proposed elementary school in a Reseda neighborhood. The hearings will be held Feb. 12 at the Sherman Oaks Woman's Club, 4808 Kester Ave., in Sherman Oaks.
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