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HMNewhall Hospital Awarded For Blood Collection Efforts, Sets Next Drive April 5

blood_drive2Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital recently received the Platinum Achievement Award during the American Red Cross’s Sponsor Recognition Breakfast and Regional Awards Presentation at the Porter Valley Country Club in Northridge for collecting 520 units of blood last year.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, March 21, 2012

This weekend in Santa Clarita is brought to you by our friends at Valencia Auto Center

Freshmen A Big Hit For Hart, West Ranch Baseball Teams

A pair of freshmen came up with some big hits in high school baseball games on Wednesday.

West Ranch’s Jagger Rusconi hit a grand slam in his team’s 11-5 win over Golden Valley. The Wildcats improved to 3-0 in Foothill League play.

Hart kept pace with West Ranch in the Foothill League standings with a 7-4 win over Valencia. Freshman Dayton Provost had three hits for Hart. CJ Witkowski drove in two runs with a double in a five-run fifth inning for Hart.

The awards keep coming in for Santa Clarita Valley basketball players.

Registrar's Office Introduces E-Sample Ballot System

county_clerk_logoThe Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk is introducing the new E-Sample Ballot subscription.  The new service provides voters the option to receive their Official Sample Ballot booklet and other important election information via email; bringing a new level of on-the-go convenience to elections.

It Takes A Village, Part 4: Every Mother's Nightmare

village_header_url_USEIn 2011, five young people died of heroin overdoses in the Santa Clarita Valley, according to stats from the SCV Sheriff's Station. But heroin isn't the community's only challenge when it comes to illegal or illicit drugs.

Economic Impact Of Film Industry In SCV To Be Discussed At Business Symposium

COCWhile it is fun to recognize a part of Santa Clarita while watching your favorite TV show, there is an important economic impact of the film industries’ presence in our valley that extends beyond the pleasure of recognizing a location or seeing a movie star at the mall.

Improv Students Offer Free Entertainment

COCThe COC theatre department will host an evening of unscripted laughter and excitement as the college’s student improv troupe, Comedians of the Canyons, presents its first show of the spring semester.

Annual Summer Meltdown Concert Is Without A Venue

hartdistrictthumbThe annual Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness and Social Inclusion concert, staged in late May by students with and without disabilities in the Hart District's Yes I Can program, is without a venue for the first time.

Sports Injury Prevention Topic Of Providence Health Seminar

football_injuryA teen-age athlete collapses and dies on the basketball court. A player comes back to the field too soon after a concussion and the next blow to the head proves debilitating.

Too often we hear about young athletes who suffer severe injuries playing high school sports because they either suffer undiagnosed conditions or repetitive injuries that cause cumulative damage.

Plan To Set State Standards In Schools Goes Before Governor

TorlaksonState Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced that the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Systems Implementation Plan for California was presented to executive and legislative branches of state government.