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Santa Clarita

    Santa Clarita To Host Hazardous, E-Waste Roundup At COC

    The city of Santa Clarita will be accepting hazardous and electronic waste for disposal, during a free E-Waste Roundup on Saturday at College of the Canyons. The county Sanitation Districts and Department of Public Works are partnering with the city.

    Santa Clarita Valley Deputies Makes Arrest On Robbery, Assault Charges

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies received a call from a Santa Clarita business office that led to a felony arrest Saturday, officials said. Sean Nagle, 45, of Valencia, was booked on assault with a deadly weapon and an attempted robbery charge, after employees said he tried to steal the keys to their business by force on the 25300 block of Magic Mountain Parkway, near Tourney Road, in Santa Clarita. Sheriff’s Station officials commended the informants in the incident for immediately contacting the Sheriff’s Station after becoming concerned.

    Santa Clarita City Council Race '14: Get Out And Vote Election Day

    Santa Clarita and SCVTV are bringing a live streaming view of the City Council race from City Hall on Tuesday, so residents can watch the Election Day results of the vote in real time. Tuesday marks the end of a monthslong race, as candidates vie for three seats in an election expected to be extremely close. There are 13 candidates on the ballot. Their names are Dante Acosta, Sandy Bull, Moazzum Chowdhury, Dennis Conn, Stephen Daniels, Alan Ferdman, Berta Gonzalez-Harper, Maria Gutzeit, Duane Harte, Marsha McLean, Gloria Mercado-Fortine, Laurene Weste and Paul Wieczorek.

    Willie Nelson Plays Sellout Crowd At Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center At COC

    Willie Nelson and his family of musicians played to a sold-crowd at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons on Saturday

    UPDATE: Deputies Release Santa Clarita Crime Reports For March 24-30

    Last week's crime reports are in, detailing crimes between March 24 and 30 for the Santa Clarita Valley. Know what's happening in your community.

    Sierra Vista Junior High Students Go Back In Time For Pioneer Day

    Students at Sierra Vista Junior High School learned about what life was like on the frontier 170 years ago, during Friday's Pioneer Day at the school. They watched as demonstrators churned butter, spun wool, chopped wood and played the banjo.

    Santa Clarita Post Office To Swear In New Postmaster In Valencia

    The Santa Clarita Post Office is installing a new postmaster April 11 at the Valencia office, according to officials with the United States Postal Service. Gabriel Magdaleno, 29, of Valencia, said he was “honored” to have the new USPS responsibility at what he acknowledged was relatively young age for his position. Magdaleno applied for his first Post Office job while he was still in high school. He accepted a position as a letter carrier in Van Nuys after graduation at age 19 in 2003, and the job quickly became a career. He moved into management in 2007, attributing his quick rise to “ambition and dedication.”

    Child & Family Center Partners With Santa Clarita To Offer Parent Workshop

    The Child and Family Center and city of Santa Clarita are partnering to offer a free "Parents Night" workshop on Tuesday. A local therapist will help parents learn how to motivate children to strive for academic success.

    Santa Clarita CEO Charged With Trying To Have Wife Killed Due Back In Court

    A Canyon Country CEO charged with asking a hitman to have his model wife killed could have his trial start May 1 if things remain on schedule, according to officials with the District Attorney’s Office. Dino Guglielmelli, 52, of Canyon Country, who founded the multimillion-dollar business Creation’s Garden, was ordered to stand trial in December after being accused of trying to pay $80,000 to have his wife, Monica Andreny, killed. On April 22, the case is coming back for an update on attorney motions, as the defendent refused to waive time in the trial.

    2014 Congressional Art Competition Deadline Approaches

    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.