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Santa Clarita Valley

    Santa Clarita Water Determined To Be Safe By 2014 Water Quality Report

    Five local water utilities reported that Santa Clarita Valley ground water meets state standards for safe drinking. The report also addressed perchlorate levels. The chemical has been in the news recently because it affects the thyroid gland.

    Santa Clarita WorkSource Center to Offer Job Recruitment Event

    Santa Clarita WorkSource Center officials are hosting a free skilled trade construction recruitment June 26 in order to fill 40 full-time insulation installer positions with Masco Contractor Services.

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    4 Providence Hospitals Receive Excellence Awards From Healthgrades

    Providence St. John's, Little Company of Mary, Holy Cross and Tarzana medical centers were recently honored by Healthgrades. St. John's and Little Company of Mary received patient safety awards. Holy Cross and Tarzana were awarded for women's health.

    Parents, Students Seek Hart District OK For Wrestling Team At Valencia High

    Hart district officials are looking at the addition of wrestling to the sports offerings for Santa Clarita Valley high school students next year as a self-sustaining program, officials said Wednesday. “There is a demonstrated high level of support for wrestling in the Santa Clarita Valley, with four local programs currently hosting more than 150 members, ages 3 to 21,” according to the William S. Hart Union High School District agenda. “Local supporters have stepped forward to offer training facilities and expertise.” It’s the second self-sustaining program the district has added in as many years, which will be seeking to follow the growth and success of lacrosse, which was added by the board in 2012.

    Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center Receives $160k For County Contract

    The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center will receive more than $160,000 from Los Angeles County. Every four years, they renew their contract with the county to provide services like adult day care, home safety assessment and in-home assistance for seniors.

    Santa Clarita Deputies Arrest 1, Cite 11 In Narcotics, Curfew Patrol

    Six Santa Clarita teens were cited, five adults were cited and another was arrested as part of a curfew-enforcement operation started Friday by Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies. Deputies conducted the citywide patrol with the Crime Prevention Unit, the COBRA Unit and the Crime Impact Team from 9 p.m. into the early morning hours Saturday. The deputies deployed on the paseos, trails, and streets throughout the city of Santa Clarita, using patrol vehicles, deputies on bicycles, and deputies on foot patrol.

    Santa Clarita Valley Woman Gets 1-Year Sentence For Animal Cruelty

    A Santa Clarita Valley woman arrested on animal cruelty charges in February was sentenced to one year in county jail and three years of formal probation. Desiree Lenore Martinez, 41, of the 23200 block of West Avenue D, was arrested by Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies Feb. 10, after Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies and Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control officers responded to a service call. Deputies discovered a small pitbull mix inside the Martinez’s residence. On Feb. 9, Martinez choked the dog with shoelaces and hit it in the head with a rock, according to Deputy District Attorney Lyle Riggs, who prosecuted the case.

    UPDATE: Santa Clarita Deputies Arrest 2, Seek Suspects In Armed Robberies

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies have two in custody and plan to make more arrests in response to three reports of armed robbery in Canyon Country

    Meth Use On The Rise In Santa Clarita, Liquid Meth Not A Local Issue

    Drug smugglers are using liquid meth to hide the drug from border patrol agents, but the substance--at least in liquid form--has not shown up in Santa Clarita. Meth use is on the rise though, according to Cary Quashen of ACTION Family Counseling.

    Santa Clarita Valley Homeless Officials ID Best Spot For Year-round Shelter

    Santa Clarita Valley officials working to secure a permanent home for the local homeless population believe they’ve identified the best spot for a year-round shelter -- their current location on Drayton Street in Newhall. A shelter official said the transitioning the current spot to year-round status a ways to go, noting approvals had yet to be granted from Santa Clarita and Los Angeles County officials. “It’s far from a done deal,” said Tim Davis, executive director for Bridge to Home, which runs the shelter. “We’re four or five steps away, but we’re on that path.”