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Canyon Country Residents Demand Traffic Fix

 East side neighborhood shows up in force to City Council meeting.


ImageTuesday night’s City Council meeting took an unexpected turn as a Canyon Country neighborhood turned out a large number of speakers asking the City for help in mitigating traffic and speeding problems that plague their streets.


CalArts Reaching Out In Peace

Librarian hoping to establish a place of peace using arts and creativity.

Using the arts to promote peace is the goal of CalArts theater librarian Kathy Carbone who is working on a library far from the art school’s Valencia campus.


New Elementary School Set To Open This Fall

Sulphur Springs School District anticipates Golden Oak Elementary’s opening.

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Annexation Process Will Continue For 3 Castaic Neighborhoods

Hasley Hills, North Bluff and Live Oak will get continued support from Santa Clarita.


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Fair Oaks Park Dedicated In Canyon Country

New park to service east side of the Santa Clarita Valley.

Fair Oaks Ranch students help dignitaries plan an oak tree

Community members joined Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich and Pardee homes President Mike McGee in dedicating Fair Oaks Park in Canyon Country Wednesday morning.


Sleeping Man Busted For Drugs

A CHP welfare check leads to much more than waking up a driver.

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Boys And Girls Club Picks New Director

Fundraising professional Ivan Price has been hired as the new executive director of the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley Foundation, replacing Judy Belue who left the club in September.

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Two Businesses Donate $10,000 To Disaster Coalition

Wells Fargo, Time Warner Cable each donate to SCV fire relief.

Time Warner makes their donation.

In the latest show of support from businesses serving Santa Clarita, two donations were made to the Santa Clarita Valley Disaster Coalition.