SCV restaurants in ‘survival mode’ amid everchanging COVID-19 restrictions
Server Tasha Popejoy, center, brings drinks to customers Rosemary Cook, left, and Doug Odom of Valencia as they dine outside Crazy Otto's in Valencia on Thursday, July 02, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

SCV restaurants in ‘survival mode’ amid everchanging COVID-19 restrictions

By Emily Alvarenga and Tammy Murga When Simon Mee, owner of Newhall Refinery, heard that officials were ordering bars and wineries to close once again, he wondered if restaurants would…

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A tale of two workers
This COVID-19 situation is serious, but ultimately, we can choose our response to it, writes Paul Butler. We can choose to moan. Alternatively, we can choose to be grateful for what we have.

A tale of two workers

Have you noticed there are two types of people during these strange days of COVID-19? One type of person seems to focus their attention on how this pesky pandemic affects…

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Public health hears concern
The Santa Clarita Valley Business Journal

Public health hears concern

Under stricter lockdown restrictions, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health through last month had received more than 90 complaints of businesses in the Santa Clarita Valley suspected of…

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