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A flight path forged by fortitude

The men and women who make up the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s Air Operations Unit enjoy a slightly different commute than most.  Early each

Exploring the Fresno fruit and vegetable trail

It’s fall and now is the time to load up on fresh, just-picked-from-the-tree fruit. Load the family into the SUV and head out to the Fresno Fruit Trail to experience a day of family fun and great deals on fresh, healthy fruit.

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The sounds of Cilience

Though local alternative rock band Cilience came up with their name from a made-up word, they’ve been able to adapt it to encompass the essence

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Beauty & Fashion


Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events: September 22, 2019 to October 5, 2019

Enjoy a film screening and panel discussion of “The Advocates” at the Centre in Santa Clarita. The event is free and open to the community. Learn about the crisis of homelessness in LA and how you can help through an intimate lens into the tireless work of homeless advocates.

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City Council Mayor

Celebrate ARTober in Santa Clarita

October is eagerly anticipated for tricks, treats, spooks and scares. However, October is also National Arts and Humanities Month. This nationwide celebration recognizes the importance of culture in America.

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Santa Clarita – Southern California’s innovation destination

The City of Santa Clarita has long been a place where innovative ideas are encouraged, and the future is developed. National and global corporations have set up offices and headquarters in the Santa Clarita Valley because our residents are highly skilled and help these organizations reach their full potential.

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City Manager

Celebrating art in Santa Clarita

Whether you are at your neighborhood library, City Hall or Westfield Valencia Town Center – you will no doubt notice the interesting, thought-provoking and beautiful art pieces that are on display.

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The value of volunteers

Each year, the City of Santa Clarita hosts a wide variety of popular events, ranging from our long-running Santa Clarita Marathon to the upcoming River Rally. Behind each of these events, and the City’s many programs and projects is the work of our passionate and committed volunteers.

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Tips for creating a perfect home office

With more people nationwide opting to create their own businesses or work for their employer remotely, the home office has become one of the most used spaces of the house, with many people spending more than eight hours a day in this room.

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Michele makes… Apple Desserts

I’ve always loved tarts, crisps and turnovers. No one ever said “an apple a day” couldn’t include dessert. However, I’ve never been fond of baking pies. My high school home economics class left me with severe “pie crust” anxiety after my team made the worst lemon meringue pie in school history.

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Health & Fitness


End of summer Labor Day pool party

The kids are back in school, summer vacations are in the record books and anticipation builds for the annual fall rollout of pumpkin spice lattes and such. Now is a great time to celebrate the “fall of summer” with family and friends.

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Home & Garden

October in the Garden

As weather starts to cool, getting the garden into shape for winter becomes important. Maybe we will have another rainy winter to relieve gardens after past years of low rainfall.

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How to help flowers withstand heat waves

Heat waves are an inevitable part of summer in many places across the globe. While humans can escape indoors to air conditioned rooms when heat waves hit full swing, flowers planted around a property have no such luxury, putting their survival in jeopardy whenever the mercury rises to especially steamy heights.

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Home Improvement

Leak detection and rust issues

Since we can’t see through walls, there is no way to see something such as a pinhole leak in a pipe. That’s just one example of what could be an issue, there can be many other things found behind drywall that could be the source.

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Kids & Family

Make Baked Apple Rings and Applesauce

Baked apple rings are a tasty and nutritious snack you can make in your own kitchen on a chilly fall day. We use zesty apples that friends share with us from their backyard trees, or we buy them at farmer’s markets and apple orchards.

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Starter supplies for small pets

Cats and dogs may get much of the attention, but small pets can bring just as much to a household as their larger counterparts. Diminutive in size but not personality, hamsters, guinea pigs, ferrets, reptiles, mice and more may be just the right fit for those who desire a pet, but may not have the space or money for large animals.

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Why some choose pets over parenthood

While some choose to raise pets to see if they can handle bringing up another human life, others view their pets as their children and are going above and beyond to ensure they live their best lives.

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Real Estate

Understanding Mello Roos

When purchasing your new home, your future monthly payments will be made up of principle, interest, real property taxes and insurance, but you may also

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Restaurant Review


Senior Living

Medicare open enrollment tips to save money

Medicare open enrollment is about to kick off. For most people already enrolled in Medicare, the annual open enrollment period (Oct. 15 through Dec. 7) is the only opportunity to make changes to your existing Medicare coverage.

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