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Tin Drum Highlights Blues And Jazz Fest

This Friday night...


9th Annual LEXUS of Valencia Jazz & Blues Concert Series

Friday Nights, June 8 ~ September 7
7:00 - 9:30 pm on Town Center Drive at McBean the street - outside the Hyatt in Valencia.

Great music, food & beverages (beer and wine for the adults), activities for the kids, and Admission is FREE!

Join the fun this season as  World Class Artists in JAZZ & BLUES come to town.

Summer Closure On State Route 138

Road Closure for blasting at Mormon Rock

Caltrans has begun the summer closure of State Route 138 (SR-138) for the safety improvement project from June 11 through September 11, 2007.  SR-138 will remain closed during this period, 24 hours per day, seven (7) days a week, with no escorts.  The closure will take place from Hess Rd. west toward SR-2 (west of I-15).  Two separate summer closures of sections of SR-138 were planned for 2006/2007 to expedite the work.

Golden Valley Gets New Baseball Coach

Former Hart grad takes the reigns


Golden Valley Gets New Baseball Coach

Former Hart grad takes the reigns.

The Signal is reporting that Golden Valley has a new baseball coach.  He is 2001 Hart graduate Tom Hamilton, who played college ball at Mission College and Cal Lutheran.  He replaces Michael Bunch who resigned after just one season.

VIBL Wednesday Results
West Ranch    13 (18 hits)    Thousand Oaks    16
Quartz Hill    8            Canyon            8

The Infamous City Staff Email

What really sparked last night’s City Council slugfest?

At last night’s City Council meeting, the Council was discussing the Henry Mayo Campus Expansion, when the fight took a new twist.


For those not fully familiar with the Henry Mayo Campus expansion, it has been a hotly contested issue in Santa Clarita life for almost two years.


Who Draws The Line?

New bill could let citizens, not politicians draw district lines

Important redistricting legislation authored by Assemblyman Anthony Adams, R-Hesperia, and Assembly Republican Leader Mike Villines passed the Assembly Elections and Redistricting Committee today with bipartisan support.  The measure would create a new independent citizens’ commission to draw district lines.

City Council Erupts In Conflict

Find out the details of a very turbulent City Council meeting

Pedophile Fears In The SCV

Best defense against child predators is to be proactive

A website in the Los Angeles area is getting a lot of media attention lately because it is run by a self described pedophile, and it ranks various places on how good they are for pre-pubescent girl watching. Two recent locations listed on the website (of many) were within the boundaries of Santa Clarita.


These locations were places in which one could typically expect to find adolescents.


Late Night Parties Still Feeling The Heat

Two incidents end in arrest over the weekend

In the first incident, Deputies respond to resident's complaint of a loud party and teenage drinking. Two Deputies arrested a Stevenson Ranch man after he reportedly hosted a large party in the 25200 block of Sagecrest Circle.

Data Destruction Now Mobile

AVM Technologies, Inc. Branches into Document and Data Destruction

Responding to the growing threat of identity theft, AVM Technologies, Inc. has expanded its business services to a new division, Confidential Data Destruction Company (CDDC).

Santa Clarita Symphony Holding Fundraiser Dinner

Limited seats available

In what has been dubbed a season of “Firsts” (first family concert, “Peter and the Wolf”; first visual arts concert, “An Evening at the Palace” with the Repertory Eaast Playhouse), the Santa Clarita Symphony, the Santa Clarita Valley’s only professional symphony, will host its first per-plate dinner fundraiser this Saturday, June 16 beginning at 6 p.m. at the Sand Canyon home of City Councilman and Mayor Pro-Tem Bob Kellar.