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Runner Asks Governor For Mojave Spaceport Funding

Sharon Runner expresses her strong support for $11 million project

Hispanic Business Expo Set For Saturday

The Hispanic Business Committee and the SCV Chamber of Commerce are kicking off the First Annual Hispanic Business EXPO on Saturday, May 13 from 10am to 4pm.  The event will be held at the City of Santa Clarita Community Center 22421 Market St., Newhall 91321. Come and enjoy great food, entertainment, music and vendors from the SCV Chamber of Commerce Membership.  Admission is FREE and there will be indoor and outdoor activity with prizes given throughout the day and a chance for you in to win a great family getaway.

Santa Clarita has Highest Hotel Occupancy Rate in L.A.

Golf Classic, spring break and new coaster draws visitors

City's Anti-Gang Task Force And Pride Committee To Hold Graffiti Removal Training

An increase in graffiti, is taking place in our city.

The City of Santa Clarita and volunteers are working hard to eliminate graffiti-vandalism in the city.

Runner Calls On President, Congress To Retire Orbiter Atlantis In Palmdale

Legislature will consider Joint Resolution proposing “final landing” for shuttle

SCV Disaster Coalition Collects 97,000 Books For Louisiana

The Santa Clarita Valley Disaster Coalition sent 97,000 elementary school library books on a Camelot Moving Truck on Friday, headed for Houma, Louisiana, a town hit hard by Hurricane Rita. The books will restock six elementary school libraries in Houma.

Runner Requests Increased Funding For Veterans' Homes

California seeks ability to extend home-assistance to all Veterans

Intermittent Closures Scheduled for Route 14

The California Department of Transportation will close two of three lanes on the Antelope Valley Freeway (Route 14) in both directions intermittently from Soledad Canyon Road and Escondido Canyon Road between the hours of 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. nightly on Monday, May 8, Tuesday, May 9 and Wednesday, May 10. Traffic control will be in place. The closure is in relation to a slope stabilization project above Route 14 between Soledad Canyon Road and Escondido Canyon Road. The $12.6 million project involves cutting back the slope and installing retention systems using cable net or wire mesh.