Sacramento approves $247 million allocation for construction on I-5 through Santa Clarita
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Sacramento approves $247 million allocation for construction on I-5 through Santa Clarita

The California Transportation Commission approved a $247 million allocation for construction on the I-5 through the Santa Clarita Valley on Wednesday. The funding will go toward an L.A. Metro project…

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SCV Water: Flush building water before reopening
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SCV Water: Flush building water before reopening

As businesses begin planning to return to normal operations, the Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency is advising building managers and owners to flush their buildings’ water systems before reopening. After…

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Unhealthy air quality forecasted for sensitive residents in SCV; weather a bit warmer
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Unhealthy air quality forecasted for sensitive residents in SCV; weather a bit warmer

The air quality in parts of Los Angeles County, including the Santa Clarita Valley, is forecast to be unhealthy for sensitive individuals on Tuesday, according to a news release from…

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Unhealthy air quality forecasted for sensitive residents in SCV; weather a bit cooler
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Unhealthy air quality forecasted for sensitive residents in SCV; weather a bit cooler

The air quality in parts of Los Angeles County, including the Santa Clarita Valley, is forecasted to be unhealthy for sensitive individuals on Sunday, according to a news release from…

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Arbor Day: City Council plants tree at Central Park
City of Santa Clarita Urban Forestry Administrator Valerie Ferchaw, left, and Mayor Pro Tem Bill Miranda and members of the City Council plant a crepe myrtle tree during a virtual celebration for Earth Arbor Day, and for the city being recognized for the 30th year as a Tree City USA at Central Park, near the dog park in Saugus on Friday, April 24, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

Arbor Day: City Council plants tree at Central Park

With face masks and gloves on, the Santa Clarita City Council observed Arbor Day a little differently this year. The eco-friendly event, canceled for public attendance this year due to…

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City to host virtual Earth Arbor Day
Lisa Eichensehr and daughter Emma,12, examine the variety of cacti on display at the "For the Love of Cacti" booth at the City of Santa Clarita's annual Earth Arbor Day Festival held at Central Park in Saugus on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

City to host virtual Earth Arbor Day

In honor of Earth Arbor Day, the Santa Clarita City Council will plant a tree at Central Park on Friday, while broadcasting for the community to join virtually.  The event…

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Parks and Rec to launch virtual ‘Parks from Home’ program
Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation is launching "Parks from Home" this week. Courtesy

Parks and Rec to launch virtual ‘Parks from Home’ program

Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation officials found a creative way to support the health and well-being of county residents amid the stay-at-home order. This week, Parks and…

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Stay-at-home order clears streets, cleans air
Better air quality. Light traffic on the 14 Freeway, Looking east from The Plaza at Golden Valley in Canyon Country on Wednesday, April, 15, 2020. Dan Watson/The Signal

Stay-at-home order clears streets, cleans air

Coupled with the time of year and the recent rain, the air quality in the Santa Clarita Valley has drastically improved since the stay-at-home order was put in place March…

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