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Standup Guys Perform To Help Local Vets

standupguyslogo“You can tell how old a tree is by how many rings it has. You can tell how old a man is by how high his waistline is.” –Kenn Kington

That’s just a sample of the fun to be had at the Standup Guys concert May 18 at Real Life Church. Habitat for Heroes invites Santa Clarita to come together in support of local veterans and join them for a night of clean, family fun.

Hart District ROP Students Awarded For Home Run Accomplishments

Hart District Curriculum Director David LeBarron (left) and Valencia Principal Paul Priesz congratulate Michael Fernicola on his "home run."

By Leon Worden/

Smyth Presses Pension Reform Despite Setback

cameronsmythnewCalifornia 38th District state Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, said today that despite the Assembly Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security Committee’s action to move his pension reform measures to "interim study," essentially a legislative purgatory where bills go to languish, his discussions with interested parties, including the Governor’s office, the Speaker’s office and various unions, h

Supervisors To Assess Fees For Lighting And Landscape Districts In SCV

county_sealBy Leon Worden/

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will consider adopting a report Tuesday and an ordinance to levy the annual fees for its three separate Lighting and Landscape Maintenance Districts in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Prayer Breakfast Set For May 3, All Faiths Invited

inspirationalsunbreakSanta Clarita Valley community leaders will join together Thursday, May 3, to share their faith during the 8th Annual SCV Mayors Prayer Breakfast, featuring a keynote speaker who has accomplished the seemingly unthinkable, becoming a world-class triathlete despite the amputation of both of his legs.

Chauncey Report: Clearing Out The DVR: The Bloated Edition

Chauncey_ReportHello everyone, as always I hope all is well. This piece was intended to run last Tuesday and then today you’d get a different column but I didn’t turn one in due to the fact that over my spring break my grandfather suffered a debilitating heart attack and over the week I dealt with both the emotions and me and my family before he finally died on Saturday.

Vobla Fish Recalled For Possible Botulism

Recall-SidebarLA Star Seafood Co. Inc., Los Angeles, CA is recalling Vobla Dry and Vobla Smoked 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.

Jackknifed Truck Causes Delays On Local Freeways

A semi-truck that jackknifed on the southbound 5 freeway just before the 210 interchanged caused traffic snarls overnight, closing all southbound lanes for at least a few hours. Southbound truck lanes on the 5 and 14 freeways had remained closed during rush hour, causing significant delays.

14 southbound truck lanes were re-opened after 7:30, but 5 southbound truck lanes remained closed as accident investigations and residual cleanup were still being conducted.

COC Softball Team Finishes With State-Leading 37 Wins

khts_sportsThe College of the Canyons softball team ended the regular season with a record-breaking performance by one of its players and the most wins in the state.

The Cougars beat El Camino College, 9-6. Adrianna Correra hit her 17th home run of the season and broke the school record. The COC softball team won its 37th game of the season, the most in the state.