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Santa Clarita News

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    Saugus High Students Pass Out Care Packages To The Homeless

    A group of Saugus High School students passed out care packages to dozens of homeless people in downtown Los Angeles on Friday.

    Dogs Attack Horses In Canyon Country

    Two dogs allegedly attacked a pair of horses while their owners rode them through a wash near Soledad Canyon Road in Canyon Country on Friday.

    Natalie Lilley, of Saugus, was horseback riding with her 12-year-old daughter at 8:30 a.m. Friday when an unidentified woman “lost control” of her two dogs and they began chasing the horses and riders, Lilley said.

    First High-Speed Rail System Public Meeting Held At Hart Park

    The first of a series of high-speed rail system public meetings was held Tuesday at William S. Hart Regional Park in Newhall.

    CSUN Grad Student Memorializes Victims Of 1928 St. Francis Dam Disaster

    A California State University, Northridge grad student announced the completion of a master’s thesis on the memorialization of the Santa Clarita Valley’s St. Francis Dam Disaster of 1928.

    Ann Stansell, of Los Angeles, an anthropology and public archaeology student, spent three years compiling her work, which has had a notable impact on Santa Clarita Valley history, according to a history official.

    Santa Clarita’s Second Largest Developer Pardee Homes Sold

    Santa Clarita’s second largest developer, Pardee Homes, was sold to Tri Pointe Homes recently as part of the “biggest in homebuilding industry history,” according to a Tri Pointe Homes news release.


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    Santa Clarita Officials Offering Grant Assistance For Home Repairs

    Santa Clarita officials are inviting low- and moderate-income homeowners to apply for the opportunity to receive grant assistance for up to $5,000, officials said Monday.


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    Rollover Crash Injures One, Closes San Francisquito Canyon Road

    One person was injured after a single-vehicle rollover crash that left San Francisquito Canyon Road temporarily closed near Copper Hill Drive Friday night, authorities said.

    California Court Ruling Paves The Way For High-Speed Rail System

    The $68 billion high-speed rail project was approved for the sale of bonds by an appellate court ruling this week, overturning the rulings of two lower courts, officials said Friday.

    Animal Control Officers Plan Licensing Enforcement In Santa Clarita

    Department of Animal Care and Control officers are planning to conduct field licensing enforcement in the unincorporated areas of Valencia, Saugus and Canyon Country beginning Aug. 20.

    Drought-Tolerant Plants And Landscaping Displayed By CLWA

    The new Castaic Lake Water Agency Conservatory Garden and Learning Center is located above Central Park and is home to more than 300 varieties of drought-tolerant plants, flowers and grasses, according to officials.