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Palmer Not Owner Of All Las Lomas Parcels

Antonovich asks for assessors office to settlecontroversy.


An investigationordered by Supervisor Mike Antonovich clarified the question ofownership in the controversial Las Lomas Project proposed for thehillsides near the 5-14 interchange.

Sheriff's Officials To Camp Out At Library

Officials to meet and greet the public at "CommunityCampout" - s#39;mores optional.


Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station invites residents, business leaders, and community representatives to take a moment and join us to meet the men and women of your Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station on Tuesday, March 4 for a "Community Campout." 

2 Year Old Seriously Injured In DUI Crash

Mother did not properly secure the child seat.

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New Bus To Shuttle SCV To Palmdale Airport

Antonovich praises the new shuttle system.

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Fatal Bus Crash Filing Still Pending

District Attorney asks for more time, details before filing charges.


ImageThe Los Angeles County District Attorney has asked for additional information from investigators on the Jan. 18 bus crash that claimed the life of a 25-year old Stevenson Ranch woman.


Sick Of Detention Kicks Off Fundraising Season

Fundraiser at kart raceway first in a series to raise money for autism awareness concert.


Students in the Hart District’s Yes I Can program are getting an education on fundraising, lining up a series of events to promote autism awareness, including Friday’s benefit at MB2 in Sylmar that will feature a concert by groups Urban Assault and Vokee, who are performing for free.


Beef Returning To School Cafeterias March 11

Any possibly tainted meat already in the landfill, officials assure.


Where’s the beef? Students in Santa Clarita Valley schools will be excited to hear that some of their favorite menu items, including spaghetti with meat sauce and the ever-popular hamburger, will be returning to lunchrooms on March 11.

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Skateboarders Get City Council's Attention

They urge Council to keep skate park open while new one is built.

March 15th Will Be All Things Irish

Knights of Columbus to hold St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

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