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City Council Meeting To Focus On Golden Valley Road, Downtown Newhall

khts_citymatters_scvlogoThe Santa Clarita City Council is set two deal with two items related to bridges on Golden Valley Road at its Tuesday meeting.  

Forming the Cross Valley Connector, Golden Valley Road is connected by a bridge to Newhall Ranch Road.  

Wind Expected To Whip It Up Through SCV

palm-tree-blowing-in-the-windFirst it was the thunder, lightning and rain, now it’s the wind.

Don’t ask what might come next.

According to the National Weather Service, gusty northwest winds will affect sections of central and southern California through Tuesday.


Winds are expected to strengthen tonight, especially across the mountains and valleys surrounding Santa Clarita. Gusts between 50 and 60 MPH are likely.

Veteran's Day Honors For Cowboys Who Served Their Country

flagThe City of Santa Clarita invites community members to join the Santa Clarita City Council for a special Veterans’ Day Ceremony.  The event, hosted to commemorate the national day of honoring America’s veterans and military families, will be held on Thursday, November 11th at 11:00 a.m. at the Veteran’s Historical Plaza in Old Town Newhall.

Worksource And Westfield Team Up For Thursday Job Fair

WorkSource_logoIn collaboration with Westfield Valencia Town Center, the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center will host a Job Recruitment Event on Thursday, October 28th, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. for new stores opening at Westfield Valencia Town Center’s Shops at the Patios.

O'Connell Questions Governor's Cuts To Mental Health Services

jackoconnellState Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell today strongly condemned Governor Schwarzenegger’s veto of $133 million for essential mental health services intended for students with severe disabilities.


Entrepreneurs Invited To Small Business Expo Saturday

khts_businessnews3Entrepreneurs and independent business people ready to take it to the next level and anyone thinking of starting their own business is invited to attend the Tidbits inaugural Home-based and Small Business Expo on Saturday.


Speakers scheduled to address attendees and share their secrets for success include:

Facility Inspection Prompts Recall Of Teething Tablets

khts_recallsStandard Homeopathic Company, in consultation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), is voluntarily recalling its Hyland's Teething Tablets. The company is initiating this recall in an abundance of caution due to an FDA investigation of its manufacturing facility.


Hyland’s Teething Tablets are manufactured in the United States and distributed throughout North America.

Batch Of Raisinets Recalled Due To Peanut Contamination


Nestlé USA's Confections & Snacks Division is initiating a voluntary recall of Nestlé® RAISINETS® Fun Size Bags (10oz) with a production code of 02015748/UPC number 2800010255, which may contain undeclared peanuts. People who have allergies or severe sensitivity to peanuts run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products. Nestlé is taking this action out of an abundance of caution.

Valencia's Steven Manfro Scores 4 TDs In Win Over Canyon

khts_sportsThe Valencia football team has a little breathing room in the Foothill League standings. Valencia beat Canyon, 52-31, and is the only team with an undefeated record in league play. Valencia is 2-0. Canyon, Hart, Saugus and West Ranch are tied for second place with 1-1 records.

Saugus Man In Jail After Hoe Attack

khts_crimeTwo roommates who had been out drinking Saturday night got into a fight and took it home to their Saugus apartment, where Brian Petrillo, 27, decided to grab a garden hoe and hit his roommate in the face.



He was booked at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s station on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, but has been released on bond. He’s scheduled to appear in court next week.