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More Money For Off Road Enforcement

LA County Sheriff’s Department getting grant


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Celebrating The Good In Education

Hart District highlights good news in local schools

The William S Hart School District issues a publication called “What’s Good In Education” that features the positive news coming out of local High Schools and Jr. Highs.

 

Below are some excerpts from that publication. This is your way to find out what’s going on around the district and a chance to shed some light on students and programs that are doing great things for Santa Clarita!

 

Concert To Benefit Hart Music Department  

Dodgers Win 10 - 0

Dodgers roll over the Nationals 10 - 0.

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Female Gang Members Busted

Patrol Deputy spots them spray painting at Canyon High

Five girls were arrested Monday night after a deputy spotted them in the parking lot of Canyon High School and reportedly watched as one of them spray painted a wall at the school.

Further investigation and the eventual detention of all the individuals reportedly resulted in the recovery of additional spray paint and three knives in the suspects vehicle.

Mid-Day Bus Service To LA Starting Soon

Shuttle Service Gives Commuters Greater Travel Options

 

 

The City of Santa Clarita Transit is announcing a new mid-day service to and from Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles. The new service, called Mid-Day Flyer 747, will begin Monday, June 4th.

The Mid-Day Flyer 747 shuttle service will make one trip going to Union Station and a return trip to Santa Clarita. The service will operate on weekdays and serve the Via Princessa, Santa Clarita and Newhall Metrolink Stations. 

Suspect Breaks Into The Wrong Car

Off-duty deputy wakes up to find burglar in his car

An off-duty Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff awoke around 4:00 Monday morning to find a man inside of his vehicle which was parked in the driveway of his Saugus residence.

When the deputy attempted to detain the suspect, Larry Vu, nineteen years old from Saugus, he violently fought with him and attempted to get away. The deputy and other residents  who came to help, managed to hold the suspect until responding deputies took him into custody.

Welfare Costs Outrage Antonovich

Total Annual Cost of Illegals on Taxpayers Exceeds $1 Billion

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Sheriff's Grant Sought By City

City Asks for Public Comments on Application

The City of Santa Clarita will be submitting a grant application for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant offered by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, in the amount of $35,545, and is inviting public comments on the proposal.

The City and the Sheriff’s Department are committed to improving community safety, and recognize the need for proactive law enforcement and community policing.  These grant funds will augment the resources already provided by the City to ensure community safety.

Memorial Day Has Meaning

Often overlooked, Memorial Day gives us a chance to remember those who fight for us

The Unites States of America may be relatively young compared to others in the world; however our story is that of great reverence.

We were built by simple, common men and women who offered up their lives in exchange for a glimmer of hope that their children could live in a place where dreams reach out and touch reality in ways not thought possible.

First Measure M Bonds Sold

$80 million on its way

The first bonds from Measure M, the College of the Canyons general obligation bonds approved by voters in November 2006, were sold last week, yielding nearly $80 million for new buildings and facilities upgrades at both campuses.

The bonds went to market May 17 with 40-year maturities overall and a rate of 4.825 percent, which is a very good rate and a low cost of borrowing for the College. The net proceeds to the District will be $79,997,270 on May 30.