Castaic Food Pantry receives donation from Universal

Universal Studios Hollywood donated over 10,000 pounds of fresh food to a variety of organizations, which include the local Help the Children Food Pantry off Castaic Road.  Through the organization

Henry Mayo confirms 2 additional COVID-19 cases

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital officials confirmed two additional COVID-19 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley Saturday afternoon. “We’ve had two more positives,” Henry Mayo spokesman Patrick Moody said in a

Henry Mayo restricts visitors, effective Saturday

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is updating its hospital visitor policy to restrict visitors in the hospital starting Saturday.  Because of COVID-19 concerns, the hospital has adjusted its visitor policy to

Car versus bicyclist in Valencia

A bicyclist was transported to nearby hospital Friday morning, after being struck by a vehicle in Valencia.  “Call was a possible vehicle versus pedestrian,” Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesman

Cars cruise through Valencia spreading joy

To spread joy in a time of uncertainty, a group of parents organized a 13-car parade that cruised through Valencia neighborhoods Thursday.  Since Santa Clarita Valley school districts closed on

Fourth and fifth COVID-19 cases confirmed in SCV

Two additional COVID-19 cases were confirmed Thursday afternoon in the Santa Clarita Valley, bringing the valleywide total to five, by Los Angeles County Public Health officials.  On the county Public

Henry Mayo to host thrice-weekly Q&As with community

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is hosting three live streams a week with health officials to answer the community’s COVID-19-related questions.  On the Henry Mayo Facebook page, Dr. Larry Kidd, Henry

Castaic Lake Dam Run and Gnome Festival canceled

Castaic Area Town Council officials announced the cancellation of its Castaic Lake Dam Run and Gnome Festival Wednesday, which was slated for May 2, due to COVID-19 concerns.  “(The Castaic

COVID-19 countywide total rises to 190

Los Angeles County officials confirmed an additional 46 cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County Wednesday afternoon, bringing the countywide total to 190.  “Today, we’re reporting 46 new cases,” Public

What does social distancing look like?

In an attempt to flatten the curve of COVID-19, Los Angeles County officials are urging the public to continue social distancing by remaining educated on what it is and isn’t.