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City Adopts Code Of Ethics

City Council votes on ethical guide for City staff.


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Midtown Project Proposed For Bermite Land

Plans submitted for 3,490 home development and mini-community in center of Santa Clarita.


A development proposal for the 996-acre parcel known as the Whittaker-Bermite property was submitted to planners at the City of Santa Clarita Tuesday afternoon.

The property is located just south of the former Saugus Speedway and Santa Clarita Metrolink station, between Soledad Canyon and San Fernando Roads.

Squirrel On High Wires Causes Power Outage

Rodent's fatal run leaves nearly 3,000 in the dark Tuesday morning.


It was a squirrel that left 2,800 Newhall residents in the dark about 7 a.m. Tuesday, accidentally grounding himself as he ran across the wires at Valley Street and Lyons Avenue, causing a transformer to blow.

The late rodent’s mishap caused hot wires to come down in the street and snarl traffic during the morning rush hour.

Freeway Speeder Arrested For Duffles Of Drugs

Officers find more than they bargained for in truck.


A Sonoma County man was stopped Monday morning for speeding by the CHP, but was arrested for a much more serious offense.


Aron Michael Parks, 30, was southbound at a high rate of speed in a Dodge Ram pickup truck on the I-5 just north of Smokey Bear Road when he was pulled over. Approaching the vehicle, officers smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the truck.  


High School Athletes Honored By Lockheed

Big year in high school sports gets a fond farewell.



Central Park Entrances Temporarily Closed

Closure to accomodate re-striping.


Beginning Monday, May 19, the main, signalized entrance at Santa Clarita’s Central Park will be closed for a 24-36 hour period so the entrance and parking lot areas can be sealed and re-striped. The existing secondary access will be available to enter and exit the park and is limited to right turns in and out.

Concerts In The Park Lineup Announced

Music of all styles on tap for popular summer series.


Summertime in the City of Santa Clarita would not be the same without the city’s acclaimed Concerts In the Park series, held Saturdays at 7 p.m. from July 5 through August 23. The free summer concert series is an all-ages event and has something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

Canyon Country Youth Robbed At Knifepoint

Two teenagers threaten 16-year old, take his music player.


Deputies responded to a robbery call near Whites Canyon Road and Nadal Street Friday afternoon, where a 16-year old Canyon Country male reported that he was approached by two teenagers, one of them brandishing a switchblade knife, who demanded his iPod.  The victim, fearing for his safety, gave it up. 

Valencia Student Plans Her Trip To Costa Rica

11th Grader Alyssa Morse fundraises to go on a mission in El Sur, Costa Rica.

While most kids will be relaxing this summer, one girl will be working to make a difference, not only in her community but also in another country.  Valencia junior Alyssa Morse has her mind set on going to serve the poor in Costa Rica.  

Like most kids, Morse was looking for something to do this summer and while doing some research, she found the perfect idea.