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Old Street Gets New Name

The City of Santa Clarita celebrated the grand opening of “Main Street”.   


The roadways have been restriped, new traffic signals and signs have been added, and San Fernando Road has been renamed causing locals to acclimate to a new traffic pattern heading down San Fernando Road, which is now, “Main Street”. 


Milan USA Academy Comes To Santa Clarita

AC Milan sponsors two local soccer teams.


AC Milan, one of the most famous and successful soccer clubs in the world, is coming to the City of Santa Clarita’ s Community Center on Saturday, July 14, 2007 to sponsor two local soccer teams.


To kickoff the Milan USA Academy Santa Clarita edition, AC Milan will bring the Champions Cup from Italy to be on display for all residents on July 14th, 2007 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.


Runner Fighting Against Spay/Neuter Bill

Runner believes the principal of the bill are it’s fault

State's "Big 5" Has First Budget Meeting

Villines says much work still remains

U.S. Highway 6 Recognized As Historic Route

Designation should help towns along the route

Route 6 map Last week the State of California officially recognized U.S. Highway Route 6, now known as State Route 14, in order to promote economic development and cultural preservation of inner cities, small towns and rural communities along the route in California.

Sheriff's Looking For Answers In Car Crash

Early morning traffic collision results in substantial injuries

A vehicle traveling southbound Sierra Highway approaching San Fernando Road crashed early this morning. The driver, MW/42, of Agua Dulce was traveling at a high rate of speed and apparently lost control of his vehicle.

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Laurene Weste Speaks On Open Space

Councilwoman Weste makes last minute push for "yes" vote


Tuesday, Santa Clarita hits the deadline to return their votes on an open space initiative that would allow the City to levy a $25 yearly property tax assessment in order to purchase undeveloped land around Santa Clarita and preserve it as parkland and open space.


Below, Councilwoman Laurene Weste explains why she feels the initiative should be passed by voters.


Business Hour Covers New Real Estate Tool

Pablo Santibanez hosts Jeff Turner on-air to talk about Real Estate Videos

In a recent edition of the Santa Clarita Business Hour, Pablo Santibanez sat in for Fred Arnold and opened the doors to Jeff Turner to talk about a new tool for real estate agents, which offers a new way to look at homes in the ever increasing online market.

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Rep East Playhouse Gears Up For Big Festival

Week 35 of year long theatre festival is in Santa Clarita

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