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Saugus Band Works Sunrise To Sunset

After weeks of practice, the Saugus High Marching Band and Color Guard unveil a preview performance. 


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Top Percussionist To Play Friday

The LEXUS of Valencia Jazz & Blues Concert Series continues

This Friday, August 17,  from 7:00 - 9:30 pm on Town Center Drive at McBean Pkwy, in the street - outside the Hyatt in Valencia is the place to be for great music.

Food & beverages (beer and wine for the adults), along with activities for the kids will be available as you listen to a live concert. Admission is free. 

This week, Good Neighbor Pharmacy, The Largest Pharmaceutical Services Company in the U.S. will present... Louie Cruz Beltran.


"False Alarms" Could Prove Costly

City ordnance charges businesses and residents who set off more than two false alarms per year.

Most everyone who’s come in contact with a home or business alarm system has a story about accidentally setting it off. Sometimes a code is forgotten, or punched in wrong, and the simple mistake soon erupts with an ear drum shattering alarm and friendly Santa Clarita deputies at the front door. Oops.

Girl Pleads No Contest To Crash That Killed Two

She will serve eight years in state prison

Chelsea Arcos, a 20 year old girl who caused an accident a year ago that resulted in the death of two people has been sentenced to eight years in state prison.


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Holy Cross Opens Special Room For Heart Patients

New room will help free up Cardiac Cath Labs

Providence Holy Cross has opened a Specials Room that not only expands the medical center’s interventional cardiology program for the third time in less than two years, but also provides additional vascular services and frees up its busy operating rooms for other procedures.


Upcoming Fiesta For Children's Dental Health

Councilman Bob Kellar will host a fiesta party to benefit local children in need of dental care.


ImageThe Foundation for Children’s Dental Health will host a fiesta party at City Mayor Pro-Tem Bob Kellar’s home on Saturday, August 18, 2007 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. to raise funds for children needing dental care.

138 To Suffer More Lane Closures

Road widening work will cause delays until Friday

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Jack McClellan Arrested...Twice

Pedophile arrested twice on UCLA campus

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City Launches Campaign To Teach Parents About Teen Parties

City joins with Sheriff’s to release “Parent Guide to Teenage Parties and Dances”

The City of Santa Clarita and the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station have launched an informational campaign to provide resources to parents, which will assist in planning, controlling and surviving a teen party.


Big Fight At Residence Leaves Blood But No Victims

Large disturbance results in multiple arrests

Recently, Santa Clarita Sheriff's deputies responded to the 17300 block of Sarita Avenue to reports of a large fight in the backyard of a residence.


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