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Monthly Street Sweeping To Start Monday

khts_citymatters_scvlogoBeginning Monday, January 18, the City of Santa Clarita will begin its street sweeping schedule for winter, spring and summer, with all City streets swept once per month.  The monthly schedule will continue until the fall, with the remainder of the City's scheduled street sweeping services continuing unchanged.


Chamber Launches Monthly Luncheon Series

khts_businessnews3 First session to focus on California employment law changes.

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the launch of a monthly luncheon series as part of its goal to add new programming for members. Each session will feature a different topic aimed at providing member companies with insights that apply directly to their businesses.

Legislators Hold Business Roundtables

bizaudienceA Forbes survey showing California ranking 38 out of 50 in the Best States for Business and 49on the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council's Survival Index of 2009 was the perfect jumping off point for a meeting between the people who make laws and those business owners who have to cope with them.





Heaviest Rainstorm In Years Predicted To Start Monday

news_stormwatchWeek long wet streak will pummel Santa Clarita and Los Angeles area.

If you're in a picnicking mood, you had better get to the park this weekend because come Sunday night the weather will change drastically.

Heavy rain is predicted to hit the southwest at the beginning of the week, and according to the National Weather Service, the rain totals could be the highest in several years.

A Long Wait For A Turn On The Swings

West Creek Park opens to an excited community.


It took only a snip from a pair of comically large scissors to open West Creek Park, a deceptively simple gesture capping off more than four years of effort. After a series of lawsuits, a recession, and bankruptcy woes, Newhall Land was finally ready to turn over ownership of the 16.8 acre park to the County of Los Angeles Parks and Recreation Department Friday morning.


Kemp, Billingsley Reach Salary Terms With Dodgers

sportsdodgersYoung players agree to money matters.

The Los Angeles Dodgers will avoid salary arbitration with at least two of their young standout players.

According to, the club has reached a two-year deal with centerfielder Matt Kemp worth $10.5 million dollars. Kemp had a breakout year in 2009, putting up record numbers and winning Gold Glove and Silver Slugger awards.

Providence Health Systems Organizing Aid For Haiti Earthquake Victims

khts_inthecommunity2As the world continues to muster resources to help the nation of Haiti recover from the massive 7.0 earthquake suffered January 12, many local organizations are finding ways to help too.

UPDATED: Woman Dies After Domestic Dispute In Canyon Country



A woman died Thursday morning after being shot by her husband after a domestic dispute in Canyon Country the night before.

Gordon Starr, 64, is in custody at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's station, being held on suspicion of murder.

The shooting occurred at the couple's home in the 29000 block of Flowerpark Drive around 11 p.m.