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Thousands bring harmful waste to safe place

Thousands of community members are expected to make the most out of Earth Day and  properly throw away hazardous waste at COC on Saturday. "Santa Clarita residents can dispose of all hazardous materials such as paint, antifreeze,...

Thousands impacted by power outage on hot day

A power outage was reported at 9:48 a.m. near Valencia Boulevard and McBean Parkway and impacted more than 2,000 people on what may be the hottest day of the year so far, according to the Southern California...
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On Business & Life: Three risks of relying on low-hanging fruit

“Go after the low-hanging fruit.” Phrases that get overused as business metaphors as much as this one are worth a closer look, because they contain some essential truths. In essence, the phrase describes fruit that...

Senator Wilk amends water district bill to reflect role of agencies

Responding to concerns voiced here and in Sacramento over apparent omissions that involve at least two local water retailers, Senator Scott Wilk has amended his bill accordingly. Amendments to SB634 were put across the desk...

High schoolers show off skills in culinary competition

With aprons on and paring knives in hand, 24 local high school students competed in the Hart School District’s second annual Culinary Arts Throw Down Competition Friday afternoon. Katie Mularky and Katie Armendariz, both 10th...

Earth Day: Death of a heritage oak

Drivers cruising through the parking lot of the Bridgeport Marketplace of restaurants and YogaWorks Valencia, perhaps taking advantage of the Wells Fargo ATM drive-thru, might notice in the expanse of asphalt, a circle of...

Trail ride to be held in honor of slain LASD sergeant

In honor of fallen Sergeant Steve Owen, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is hosting an Inaugural Trail Ride to benefit the Sheriff’s Youth Foundation. Owen was shot while on duty in Lancaster in October...

Hundreds of Santa Clarita residents find employment in March

Employment continues to rise in Santa Clarita as spring has sprung; 0.4 percent more residents have gotten jobs from February to March. The jobless rate in Santa Clarita went from 4.4 percent in February to...

Sheriff’s dispatchers give information, resources the ‘code 3’

The corded phones ring as they usually do, slicing through a rare afternoon silence. “9-1-1, what’s your emergency?” The caller reports a serious incident at a store in Canyon Country. Without hesitation, a uniformed woman takes...

Santa Clarita public library welcomes new city librarian

SOURCE: City of Santa Clarita The Santa Clarita Public Library has recently named Matthew Hortt as City Librarian. Matthew Hortt will be working with the City of Santa Clarita overseeing programming and operations for the...