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Metrolink Lot Expands, Adding Parking And Open Spaces

Metro5By Megan Mann/

Finding a parking space just got a little easier for commuters who board the train in Newhall.

With the help of a $950,000 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant, 96 parking spaces have been added to the parking lot behind the Metrolink station on the corner of Market Street and Railroad Avenue.

Group Gathers Signatures to Block Cemex Mine


by Tim Whyte,

The nonprofit Safe Action for the Environment Inc. has launched an online petition and letter-writing drive seeking support for Senate Bill S. 759, authored by Sen. Barbara Boxer to stop the development of a massive sand and gravel mine in Soledad Canyon.

Real Life Church Asks 'What If?' And Answers To The Community

new_life_meyers_At a time when many people find it difficult to ponder much beyond their own day-to-day survival, Real Life Church in Valencia launched what organizers call a two-year "generosity initiative" that asked congregants to consider new, different, creative ways to improve the quality of their own lives and help others in the community who are in need.

Fish Flakes, Cream Curls Subjects Of Recall

Recall-SidebarFish food and cream puffs are the subject of recalls by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the first due to potential salmonella contamination and the second for unlisted milk products that could cause adverse reactions to those with milk allergies.


COC Softball Team Sweeps Glendale College

khts_sportsThe College of the Canyons softball team swept a doubleheader with Glendale College. The Cougars won the first game, 6-2, and the nightcap, 8-7.

Jenny Wunderlich had two hits and scored twice in the first game for COC.

Adriana Correra drove in the winning run with a double in the sixth inning for COC in the second game.

COC improved to 9-2 in the Western State Conference and is 3-0 against second-place Glendale College.

Tippi Hedren: Public Safety The Mane Concern Of New Legislation

Shambala_1Movie star Tippi Hedren is still the main attraction at any event involving her Shambala Preserve in Acton despite the mane attraction of the 50 big cats she has rescued.

On this day she was promoting nascent federal legislation (that she influenced) called the Big Cats and Public Safety Protection Act 2012 which would stop the breeding of big cats across the United States.

Lazy Dog To Raise Funds For Family Of Popular Bartender

IanLongLazyDogCafeThere’s some woeful howling going on at the Lazy Dog Café at the Westfield Valencia Town Center, mourning the loss of beloved bartender Ian Long, who died in his sleep Saturday night.

Long had worked at the popular café since its opening a few years ago and was a favorite of many customers. His friends and co-workers talked about his impromptu singing and the uncanny way he knew his customers – even if he never met them before.

UPDATED: One Dead In Agua Dulce Rollover Crash


By Leon Worden/

UPDATED 11:00 a.m. Tuesday

An unidentified Palmdale man died Monday night when his tire blew out and his vehicle plunged over the side of the 14 Freeway in the Agua Dulce area.

Shakespeare's Macbeth Goes Steampunk: Actors Wanted

SCSF_Circle_SmallerThe Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival is holding auditions for their summer production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, produced by David Stears and directed by award-winning director Mark McQuown.  The vision for the production is post-apocalyptic, pre-industrial era, or steampunk.

Auditions are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 28.  All roles are available.  Casting is race- and gender-blind; all parts are non-equity.