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City May Get $700,000 for Road Repairs

About $700,000 in road-repair funds will come to the city of Santa Clarita under a plan from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to restore Proposition 42 funds that were cut back in January, officials said Friday.
    The $700,000 — which the city could spend at its discretion as long is it’s used for road maintenance — would be Santa Clarita’s chunk of some $127 million freed up statewide.

Dodgers Beat Braves 7-4

For their twenty first win of the season, the Dodgers beat the Braves 7 to 4. You can hear the second game, of this three game series, tomorrow night at 6:30 PM on your hometown station AM 1220 KHTS!

Work Begins On I-5 Carpool Lane

WORK BEGINS ON HIGH OCCUPANCY VEHICLE (HOV), CARPOOL LANE, FROM  SIMI VALLEY FREEWAY (118) TO ANTELOPE VALLEY FREEWAY (14)

Supervisor Recognizes Hart Wind Ensemble For Superior Rating and Performance

At the Board of Supervisors meeting on May 10, 2005, Supervisor Michael
D. Antonovich presented scrolls to the William S. Hart High School Wind
Ensemble and their Director Anthony Bailey in recognition of their
"unanimous superior" rating and their recent performance at the
world-famous Carnegie Hall.The Wind Ensemble has had a consecutive string of "unanimous superior
ratings" in concert competition that began in the spring of 2001.  A
"unanimous superior" rating is only granted when all the judges give a

Lane Closures Continue for I-5/126 Interchange, 5/16-5/20

Santa ClaritaThe California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close the

Camp Clarita Opens Doors For Kids

    Parents rejoice! The City of Santa Clarita's Camp Clarita is opening doors once again to children ages 3 to 14. As summer approaches, it is time for parents to start thinking of ways to keep the kids busy while they aren't in school.


    Camp Clarita is a day camp, offering classes and outings for youth in pre-school to ninth grade. Kids in the program can make friends and develop their skills while they enjoy their summer vacation.

Bureau Releases Year End Tourism Report

    The City of Santa Clarita Tourism Bureau has released its 2004 Tourism Year End Report, and the numbers once again are promising for the local economy!


    Transient occupancy tax collections, or taxes collected from visitors who stay in hotels and motels in the City of Santa Clarita, are up for the sixth straight year, and total over $1.5 million. The number of visitors to Santa Clarita was also strong in 2004, with over 57,000 people reportedly visiting the City's tourism website.

City Holds Free Parenting Workshop

Discussion About Child and Teen Depression


    The City of Santa Clarita's Youth and Family Program will be hosting a free parenting workshop on Thursday May 19, 2005 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. This workshop, open to the public, will address the topic of child and teen depression.

Local Teacher Wins National Award

Congratulations to Top Nguyen, sixth grade teacher at Bridgeport Elementary School in Valencia, for being a recipient of the National Disney Education Award!...