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Santa Clarita

    Officials: Remote-Controlled Craft, Drones Not Allowed In Santa Clarita Parks

    While flying a remote-controlled helicopter, plane or even a small drone might seem like harmless, all-American park fun, it’s illegal in all Santa Clarita parks, officials said. And flying your remote-controlled devices could earn you a citation. The idea behind the rule banning such devices is a safety consideration, said Rick Gould, director of parks, recreation and community service for Santa Clarita. “The code was adopted some time ago, but those types of devices, just like a golf ball or anything that’s thrown, could hit a park user,” Gould said.

    Santa Clarita Valley's Justin Thorne Leaves Boy Band For Solo Career

    A former Santa Clarita Valley boy band star is now branching out into a solo career, he said Friday in an interview with KHTS AM-1220.


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    Justin Thorne, 25, of Los Angeles, just released his first single as a solo artist called "The Heartbroken."

    Relationship Stress? Pain Is A Symptom, Communication Is Key To Health

    Can better communication reduce relationship stress? Dr. Thomas Polucki, Santa Clarita’s Five Star Chiropractor, has the secret to healthy relationships.

    Seven Natural Solutions That Work For Many Health Challenges

    What is your biggest health challenge? Obesity? Headaches? Insomnia? Indigestion? Low Energy? 

    By Dr. Thomas Polucki

    Santa Clarita Questions Legality Of Voting Rights Lawsuit Settlement

    Santa Clarita officials questioned the legality of their own settlement in a California Voting Rights Act lawsuit in a briefing filed this week. The filing is a result of Santa Clarita officials’ uncertainty over whether their agreed-upon settlement is legal and feasible, said Joe Montes, Santa Clarita city attorney. “If cumulative voting is not permitted and we’re not allowed to change the election date, then the parties will have to confer again as to how the matter will proceed,” Montes said. “It could mean that the litigation resumes, it could mean settlement talks could have to resume -- that’s just too far off to speculate at this point.”

    Pet a Cat: Things to Help Your Pet Live Securely

    Pet a Cat: Things to Help Your Pet Live Securely

    Concerts In The Park Kicks Off Saturday

    This year is the 25th Annual Anniversary of Concerts in the Park located at Central Park where eight of the best acts of the last quarter century will be showcased.


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    Students Off And Running Announces Participation For The LA Marathon

    Students Off And Running members plan to continue participation as a Featured Charity for the 2015 ASICS LA Marathon, officials said.

    Jazz And Blues Concert Series Continues For Three More Weeks

    The 15th Annual Valencia Jazz & Blues Concert Series, held every Friday night, continues for three more weeks ending on July 25.

    The Life Of Your Silk Comforter: How To Make The Fabric Last Longer

    Silk comforters are the new love of zillions of people who believe in the goodness of organic. The recent wave that has been catching the fancy of innumerable people of late has spread pretty quickly, especially in Santa Clarita.