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Hart Boys Basketball Team Kicks Off Holiday Classic Against Burbank

The Hart Holiday Classic boys basketball tournament begins today with four games including the host Indians against Burbank.

The tournament starts with Glendale vs. Heritage Christian at 3 this afternoon.

Reseda plays South Bakersfield, one of the top teams from the CIF Central Section.

Grant plays Channel Islands in the other first round game.

Top Things To Do This Weekend – December 26, 2012

City of Santa Clarita “Arctic Chill Polar Bear Swim”---
Bike Santa Clarita---
Hike Santa Clarita---
Rancho Camulos Tours---
Top Stories of 2012---

SCV Outdoor Report: And Called It Macaroni

This Report is a Best of Wendy Langhans

It truly is a “feather in his cap” and it does looks a bit like elbow macaroni.  But technically, it’s known as a head plume, or more commonly, a “top knot”, a head ornament that consists of six overlapping black feathers in the shape of a comma.  It’s hard to miss - it sticks right out of their forehead - and in our Santa Clarita Valley, when you’ve seen the comma-shaped top knot and heard a call that sounds like “Chi-CA-go”, it’s almost certain you’ve seen a California quail.

SCV Fishing Report: Halibut Hal Fishing Trip of May 4, 2012

This is a "Best Of Halibut Hal Report"
Halibut Hal's Fishing Trip - May 4, 2012
On Friday, May 4th, at 4:30AM I arrived with my fishing buddy, Ron, in Santa Barbara.  The 65 foot "Stardust" left the dock at 5AM with us, along with 26 other anxious fishermen. 

Deputies Spread Holiday Spirit With Youth Activity League

(SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT) -- For more than 15 years, the Santa Clarita Youth Activities League (YAL) has been making a difference in the lives of children and young adults in the Val Verde area of unincorporated Los Angeles County during the holiday season. 

Antonovich: Opposition To Flood Control Tax Hike Mounts

 In yet another setback for Flood Control District’s effort to impose additional stormwater fees on County property owners, the United Chambers of the San Fernando Valley and the Long Beach Unified School District have voted to oppose the new tax, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced Thursday.

Group Hosts Party For Homeless Shelter

The Democratic Club of the Santa Clarita Valley is hosting a fundraiser holiday party Dec. 29 from 7-10 p.m. to benefit the Santa Clarita Valley Emergency Winter Shelter.

The party is a nonpartisam event, open to all members of the community, and its sponsors are asking for those who would like to attend to bring a few of the items listed here, or a $20 donation.

The event is also a potluck dinner, and participants are asked to bring a dish that could feed six to 10 people.

Lender Foreclosing On Santa Clarita Athletic Club


A foreclosure sale is scheduled for Jan. 8 in Pomona to auction off the Santa Clarita Athletic Club property at 24640 Wiley Canyon Road in Newhall.

According to trustee Chicago Title Co., the business is in default on a 2004 loan secured by a deed of trust to the real property, buildings and accounts, exclusive of mineral rights which  were reserved in 1964.

The outstanding debt due to the lender, Grand Pacific Financing Corp., is estimated at $5.77 million.

The gym is still in operation.

Michael’s Craft Store Robbed At Gunpoint


The Michael’s arts and crafts store in the Valencia Marketplace was robbed at gunpoint late Saturday night.

Deputy Hawkins of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station said two 20-year-old Hispanic men were armed with a silver revolver and got away with $800 in cash at 11:13 p.m.

The store’s published closing time that night was 10:30 p.m.

The suspects were last seen heading north on The Old Road in a silver Camaro with tinted windows.

New, Elevated 5/14 Carpool Lane Is Open

[Caltrans] – Just in time for Christmas travel, the California Department of Transportation on Sunday opened a new elevated high occupancy vehicle (HOV, or carpool) lane connector between Interstate 5 (I-5) and the Antelope Valley Freeway (SR-14).

The HOV connector allows motorists using the I-5 and SR-14 HOV lanes to transfer between freeways without exiting the carpool lane. Benefits include reduced congestion, improved traffic flow, enhanced safety and improved traffic operations on both freeways.