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Did You Pay Sales Tax On Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday holds the record as the biggest online shopping day of the year. We now live in a society where online shopping is very common and often threatens to edge out brick and mortar stores. But it is not free from confusion, especially regarding California’s new online sales tax law.

COC Interior Design Students Participate In Holiday Home Tour

Candle stands fashioned out of recycled jam jars, a Christmas tree made of cardboard tube, one thousand cranes made of discarded print paper. Nothing seemed impossible in the hands of the 20 College of the Canyons students selected to decorate a home for the 32nd annual Holiday Home Tour.

CHP Hosts Canned Food Drive For Children

The California Highway Patrol's Newhall Office (located at Castaic Junction) and their Explorer Program are holding their second annual canned food drive this holiday season.

"As [CHP] Explorers, we care about our community and want to do what we can to make a difference in it," said Alexis Briano, a Newhall CHP Explorer.

The drive, ending Dec. 14, benefits Help The Children - Santa Clarita. The canned food collected goes towards helping families in need this holiday season throughout the Santa Clarita Valley.

Bowling For Kids Benefits Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Megan Perez, SCV News

‘Tis the season for giving. This time around, you can get a lot just by giving a little.

Castaic Middle Schoolers Help Light County Christmas Tree

SCV News Staff

Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich officially kicked off the holiday season in Los Angeles County with the annual lighting of the County Christmas Tree at the Music Center in downtown Los Angeles, continuing a special tradition begun by late Supervisor Kenneth Hahn in honor of the county’s children.

COC Gives Back With 8th Annual Book Festival

College of the Canyons is hosting their 8th Annual Holiday Book Festival on Saturday, December 1 from 9 to 11 a.m.

Thieves Target Hondas And Toyotas

SCV News Staff


You grab your cup of coffee and get ready to leave for work in the morning. You walk outside and your car is gone. It’s a thought we all dread. It takes a thief 10 seconds to break into a car.

County Approves One Valley, One Vision

SCV News Staff

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved the One Valley One Vision general plan Tuesday, giving the final OK to the blueprint that will guide growth in the Santa Clarita Valley on both sides of the city-county border for the foreseeable future.

Action Family Zone To Host Drug Symposium

With more than a dozen Santa Clarita youth dying this year to drugs, Action Family Counseling is holding a powerful symposium on Thursday, November 29 at 7 p.m. The event will be held at the Action Family Zone, on the corner of Soledad Canyon and Ruether Avenue in Santa Clarita.

SCV Outdoor Report: Clutter


It’s a question I’ve been asking myself lately:  what is the difference between storing useful stuff and acumulating clutter?

Perhaps there’s something to be learned from the behavior of Acorn Woodpeckers.