Maria’s Italian Deli closes but Maria remains hopeful for new chapter

After 47 years in business, Maria’s Italian Deli in Newhall closed its doors under the operation of its second owners, but Maria Simione, who opened the business and still owns the property, said Saturday she’s hopeful for a new chapter.  Located in the same brick building on Lyons Avenue since

Maria’s Italian Deli closes but Maria remains hopeful for new chapter

After 47 years in business, Maria’s Italian Deli in Newhall closed its doors under the operation of its second owners, but Maria Simione, who opened the business and still owns the property, said Saturday she’s hopeful for a new chapter.  Located in the same brick building on Lyons Avenue since

Arts & Culture

City unveils latest public art project

After two years of planning, the city of Santa Clarita unveiled “California Scape,” the latest public art project, Thursday at Fair Oaks Park in Canyon

Library presents ‘spooky’ history talk

News release The Santa Clarita Public Library and the Southern California Chapter of the Historical Novel Society are “thrilled” to present the panel discussion, “History

City unveils latest public art project

After two years of planning, the city of Santa Clarita unveiled “California Scape,” the latest public art project, Thursday at Fair Oaks Park in Canyon

Library presents ‘spooky’ history talk

News release The Santa Clarita Public Library and the Southern California Chapter of the Historical Novel Society are “thrilled” to present the panel discussion, “History

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Library presents ‘spooky’ history talk

News release The Santa Clarita Public Library and the Southern California Chapter of the Historical Novel Society are “thrilled” to present the panel discussion, “History

SCV author reimagines bedtime story

Each night when Santa Clarita Valley resident Christine Suhre was a little girl, her mother used to tell her to get ready for Lily White’s

Library presents ‘spooky’ history talk

News release The Santa Clarita Public Library and the Southern California Chapter of the Historical Novel Society are “thrilled” to present the panel discussion, “History

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City introduces Eat Local program

Some Santa Clarita restaurants can now expand their outdoor service with the city’s Eat Local program, which hopes to encourage more residents to dine locally.

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