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Iconic Virgin Art Unveiled At Providence Holy Cross Chapel

HolyCrossVirginLocal artist Lalo Garcia unveiled his original painting of Our Lady of Guadalupe today, a focal point in the new chapel at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center.

Local Author Andrew Smith Champions Raising Literacy For Boys

stickcoverIn Ray Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit 45, firemen don’t put out fires, they start fires to burn books. It’s a governmental anti-literacy campaign of the future.

In the present, the lowered literacy of boys may have inadvertently resulted from good intentions by educators, according to local author Andrew Smith.

Time Falls Back For Daylight Saving

576px-BlackClock1000ppxIf you’re like me, you are probably looking forward to “falling back” for Daylight Saving this coming weekend just for the extra hour of sleep; what could be better?!  But, do you know why we “spring forward” and “fall back” every year?

Sunday Drivers Should Note Marathon Road Closures

marathoncityThe public can expect minor delays and rolling road and parking lot closures periodically from 2 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, November 6 to accommodate for the 2011 Santa Clarita Marathon. Detours will be provided for major road closures.

Boxer Sponsors New Program To Help Homeless Veterans

BoxerheadshotSenator Barbara Boxer and Representative Steve Israel (D-NY) yesterday joined with colleagues to introduce legislation to help end homelessness among our nation’s veterans. The Check the Box for Homeless Veterans Act of 2011 offers taxpayers the opportunity to help keep these brave men and women off the streets by making a voluntary donation to a homeless veterans assistance fund on their annual federal income tax return.

Council May Authorize $60K For Auto Dealers Shop Local Campaign


The Santa Clarita City Council will consider authorizing $60,000 Tuesday to fund the Santa Clarita Automobile Dealers Association’s “Shop Local” campaign through the current fiscal year ending June 30, with options to extend it two more years.

The Perfect Shades For Any Season

Window_Pic_3_copy_copyMost people have heard of cellular shades for the benefits that they offer for insulation and light blocking properties during the summer. What some of us don’t realize is that insulation is critical in any season. Whether your home needs a warm up or a cool down, duette honeycomb shades provides a perfect balance of both.

False Document Manufacturing Network Busted By Multiagency Efforts

FBI.logoMore than 300 law enforcement officers from federal and local agencies executed dozens of arrest and search warrants Thursday relative to a multiple fraudulent document rings operating in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties, Northern California, Illinois and Texas, with connections to other states and Mexico.

Mackerel Product Recalled For Possible Botulism Contamination

RECALLMackerelForemost Foods, International, Inc. of Pomona, CA, is issuing a voluntary recall on certain Pangasinan brand smoked seafood products because they have the potential to be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium which can cause life-threatening illness or death. Consumers are warned not to use the product even if it does not look or smell spoiled. The products were manufactured by FITRITE Incorporated of the Philippines.


Hart, Canyon Football Teams Renew Rivalry With Foothill League Title On The Line

khts_sportsThe Hart and Canyon football teams never need much motivation when they play each other. The two teams have the longest rivalry in the Santa Clarita Valley.

The winner of tonight’s game at Canyon High School will have an inside track to the Foothill League championship.