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Free Mortgage Matters Class Planned

March 31st class is open to the public.
The volatility of the stock market has had a significant impact on the housing market and specifically the mortgage and home equity loan industry.  Today, just keeping up to date on changes can be a compared to having a second job. 


Total Money School takes aim at lessoning your burden by providing to you at no charge, the “Current Mortgage Matters” class.


Another Take On "What About Bob?"

by Diana Sevanian


A few weeks ago, the SCV Press Club named Mayor Bob Kellar as Newsmaker of the Year for 2007.


Between all the news stories, blog posts, and editorials that have been written about him since, he may well be on his way to becoming Newsmaker (or perhaps Most Controversial) for 2008.

Of course, I am referring to all the Kellar-related press that's evolved over his incompletely filled-out Statement of Economic Interest 700 forms.

Oh How Things Change In the World of News

Text of Journalist Bella Shaw's speech at the recent Newsmakers Awards.


As a former anchor at CNN, and current host of Time Warner Cable’s “Local Edition”, I’d like to share my thoughts about the First Amendment, freedom of the press, and the liberties taken thereof!



City Honored With Three State Awards

The California Park and Recreation Society honors the SCV with three awards, including the Top Prize of Creating Community Award of Distinction. 


The City of Santa Clarita walked away a winner with the California Park and Recreation Society 2007-08 Creating Community Award of Distinction, which is given to only one city in California, on Friday, February 29, at the CPRS Installation Banquet held in Long Beach.

COC Students Manipulate Music

“Evening of Electronika” will feature computer generated music for your ears.


On Saturday, March 22nd, the students of College of the Canyons Music Department will create, manipulate and perform live computer generated music.  The event will be held at the COC Performing Arts Center on the Valencia campus, and is free to everyone.  

Seating is on a first come first serve basis and the event will begin at 7:30 p.m..  

For more information, click here. 

Eggstravaganza Comes To The SCV

Go on an egg hunt with your community!


Have any plans for Easter weekend? This Saturday, between 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. your kids can join in on the fun of an Easter egg hunt at one of 6 local parks.  Below are the free scheduled egg hunts for this Saturday morning.  



City Offers Trip To See "Mamma Mia"

Tickets are now on sale.


On May 17th, you can go on a day excursion to the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza to see the hit Broadway show, “Mamma Mia”.  Join in the fun as ABBA’s timeless songs intertwine with this classic tale of a daughter in search of her father on the eve of her wedding.  

On Voter's Guides And Voter Misguidance

by Diana Sevanian



Among the many life lessons I have learned throughout 20 years of nursing and 10 years  of journalism, one that is applicable to all professions is this: Our words mean everything.


In the medical field, accurate communication saves lives; in writing, it clarifies and disseminates the truth.

Wildflower Alert In Santa Clarita

By: Wendy Langhans
I just got back from hiking the Canyon View Loop at Towsley Canyon.  The wildflowers are simply spectacular.


So go! Now! This weekend!


For directions and a trail map to Ed Davis Park in Towsley Canyon, link here:  It’s a short drive from the Calgrove exit on the I-5.  You can park for free outside the gate or in the first parking lot on your right.