June 25, 2019
  • 10:00 am A tale of two SCV restaurants: Crepissima/California Poké & Boba
  • 9:00 am Cartoon: “Debt-ridden” Santa Clarita
  • 10:30 am Santa Clarita sees 49 percent increase in homeless count since 2018
  • 12:00 pm Daniel McGreevy: DNC must discuss climate policy to save humankind
  • 11:00 am Cartoon: Costco

Santa Clarita recently saw the opening of two new restaurants not far from each other: California Poké & Boba and Crepissima.

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Santa Clarita has joined Yorba Linda and Temecula as a leader in highest average personal and car loan debt, according to Lending Tree.

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Newly released numbers from the Los Angeles County Homeless Services Authority’s annual Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count show that 234 people experiencing homeless were counted in the city of Santa Clarita earlier this year, an increase of 49 percent since the 2018 count.

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Daniel McGreevy argues that the Democratic National Committee is wrong to refuse to hold a climate debate.

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Santa Clarita is getting a new Costco location at the Westfield Valencia Mall.

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During the June 11 Santa Clarita City Council meeting, councilmembers discussed Senate Bill 13, the new budget, rodenticides and potentially recognizing LGBTQ Pride Month.

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To celebrate “Adopt a Shelter Cat Month,” all seven of the Los Angeles County Animal Care Centers — including the Castaic Animal Care Center — are offering reduced adoption fees for cats and kittens.

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Two teams from Valencia High School’s Honors Nanoscience class competed in the finals of the California NanoSystems Institute’s third annual Nanovation Competition last week, with one team awarded second place for their product concept pitch.

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These local businesses and restaurants offer the best sticky rice with mango in the Santa Clarita Valley – until mango season ends, at least.

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Assemblymember Christy Smith’s (D-Santa Clarita) bill to authorize additional high school students to enroll in summer community college courses passed the Assembly floor on Wednesday, May 29.

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