The deadline for high school students to submit artwork to the 2014 Congressional Art Competition is April 21. High school students from each congressional district will compete for a chance to have their artwork displayed in the Cannon Tunnel.
The “Neighborhood Watch” on Santa Clarita Valley’s hometown station, KHTS AM-1220, is featuring two prominent Sheriff’s Department officials for its lineup of guests in April. On Thursday, the show, which is hosted by the radio station’s news director Perry Smith, will feature a live interview with Sheriff’s Department Commander Mike Parker. Two weeks later, the show is scheduled to feature an interview with Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Capt. Roosevelt Johnson. Both shows will also feature Deputy Josh Dubin of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station's Crime Prevention Unit as in-studio guest.
The Small Business Development Center and the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development are hosting a seminar about the resources available to small business owners, on Friday in Lancaster.
This week has been all about housing. Although the reports are not showing tremendous growth, there are indications that the housing market is continuing its very slow but steady recovery.
According to the Federal Housing Finance Administration, home prices gained 0.5 percent in January which piggybacks on December's 0.7 percent rise. Although the increase is less than the prior month, the report continues to indicate a positive trend in values.
If you enjoy fashions and are looking for a rewarding opportunity, please join the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital Home Tour League for its 2014 membership luncheon and fashion show at Hart Hall, 11:30 to 2 p.m. in Newhall on April 22.
Guests can sit back and relax as they preview the latest fashions from Chico’s while also learning about the Home Tour League.
The Cardiovascular Services team at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital was honored recently with a Santa Clarita Elks Lodge Community Service Award. The award recognizes outstanding service organizations in our community.
The hospital is one of the life-saving organizations that the Lodge honors along with the Sheriff’s Department, CHP, Los Angeles County Fire Department and others.
It’s time to give blood as blood banks need replenishing. You can assist by volunteering to donate at the 5th annual KHTS Home and Garden Show at the Valencia Hyatt Regency on Saturday March 29 at 9 AM – 5 PM and Sunday March 30 from 10 AM – 4 PM.
A 65-year-old Tipton man died Friday when the GMC pickup truck he was driving went over the east side of Lake Hughes Road. His passenger sustained major injuries and was airlifted to Henry Mayo Hospital.