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Santa Clarita News

Santa Clarita News

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    Antonovich Going To Washington

    Illegal immigration reform issue to be pushed.

    Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich will meet with federal officials next week in Washington D.C. to push his reform package to address the high cost of illegal immigration in Los Angeles County and across the nation.  

     

    Architects Selected For District Modernization Projects

    Three schools move closer to getting a face lift.

    ImageModernization projects at three of the Hart District’s oldest schools moved a step forward Wednesday evening when the District Governing Board approved selection of architects to begin work on the first phase of work at Hart High School, Placerita and Sierra Vista junior high schools.

               

    Dodgers Win With A Walkoff!

    The Dodgers beat the Pirates with a extra inning, walkoff grand slam, 7-3!The Dodgers will conclude thier series with the Pirates Sunday at 12:30 on Your Hometown Station, AM 1220 KHTS!

    City's Economic Development Manager Resigns

    Carrie Rogers made a big impact on City.

    ImageThe City of Santa Clarita announced yesterday that Carrie Rogers has resigned from her position as Marketing and Economic Development Manager. Rogers’ last day will be Friday, April 27th.

     

    Dial A Ride Now Open To General Public

                Curb-to-Curb Service Can Ease Evening Travels.

                    While the elderly and disabled are already regular riders of the City of Santa Clarita Transit’s Dial-A-Ride bus, the general public can also take advantage of the curb-to-curb service for their transportation needs.  

     

                    Dial-A-Ride service is available to the general public after 6:00 p.m., seven days a week.

     

    Mitt Romney's Son Visits SCV

    He talks about his dad as a Presidential candidate.

    Dodgers Beat Pirates

    The Dodgers defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 10-2 on Friday night.  You can hear the next game live on KHTS, April 21 at 6:30pm.

    Truck Knocks Out Street Lights

    Severe traffic impacts Soledad.

    ImageOn this wet morning, a pickup truck slammed into a power line on Whites Canyon road at Soledad.

     

    The accident knocked out traffic lights all along Soledad from Whites to Sierra Highway. Some additional lights on Whites Canyon were also out.

     

    As of 12:30 this afternoon, lights had been restored to all intersections except for Soledad and Whites.  

    Relay For Life Gets Enthusiastic Kick Off

    Rally motivates teams, gets others interested.

    On June 2nd, the Relay For Life will explode on to the scene here in Santa Clarita, and many locals will head to the track to circle around for a cure.

     

    The American Cancer Society is the beneficiary of the event, which is a favorite here in town.

     

    Last night, a rally held at the Spectrum Club in Valencia motivated teams and participants to get their people ready for the all night walk that serves many purposes.

     

    Safe Driving Class Set For Teens

    Help teach your teen safe driving techniques Saturday at Santa Anita Park.

    It’s a free program put on by Drivers Edge.

     

    Motor vehicle collisions kill more teens every year than drugs, guns and violent crimes combined, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.  Teen drivers are also four times more likely to be in a fatal crash than older drivers, according to the Highway Loss Data Institute.