October 17, 2019
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On Aug. 5, 2019, Santa Clarita residents held a vigil for the victims of the Chicago, Dayton and El Paso mass shootings. Mai Nguyen Do / The Proclaimer.

Dozens of community members gathered in front of Santa Clarita City Hall on Monday evening to hold a candlelight vigil in memory of the victims of the mass shootings in Gilroy, California, Chicago, Illinois, El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.

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Arts educator Veronica Alvarez was recently appointed as the new Director of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) Community Arts Partnership, a program that provides free arts education to youth in Los Angeles County, including students enrolled in Santa Clarita’s local school districts.

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Photo courtesy of Calgrove Media.

Local arts nonprofit Forge Ahead Arts is currently looking for artists to help create a giant garden, which will be displayed at the California Institute of the Arts’ Tournament Valley and used as the set of an immersive show titled “Finding Wonder.”

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Santa Clarita City Council candidate Chris Werthe speaks to his campaign supporters at a fundraiser on June 29, 2019. Mai Nguyen Do / The Proclaimer.

On Saturday June 29, U.S. Navy and Army veteran Chris Werthe joined friends, family and other supporters to kick off his campaign for Santa Clarita City Council. Werthe, who has worked as Chief Safety Engineer for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power since 2014, ran unsuccessfully for William S. Hart Union High School […]

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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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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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Katie Hill poses for a photo with local resident Rabiah Coon during an event with Gavin Newsom and Sen. Kamala Harris on Nov. 3, 2018. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer.

New filings released by the Federal Election Commission show that Rep. Katie Hill (D-Agua Dulce) raised over $600,000 during the first quarter of the 2020 election cycle. According to official reports, the 25th Congressional District’s incumbent representative brought in $605,418.29 to her 2020 committee, exceeding the $560,000 estimate her campaign previously claimed to have raised. […]

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Gavin Newsom makes a campaign stop in Santa Clarita to barnstorm for Katie Hill on Nov. 3, 2018. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer

New data shows a continued decrease in Republican voter registration and a trend of increasing independent registration in Santa Clarita and its encompassing electoral districts, giving local Democrats a slight edge.

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The Master’s University and Seminary will remain on accreditation probation and will receive another special visit review from accreditation officials in 2020.

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Bridgeport Elementary School students learn about stage presence. Photo courtesy of Bridgeport Elementary School.

The Parent Teacher Association at Bridgeport Elementary School is collaborating with CalArts’ Community Arts Partnership (CAP) program to create and implement an arts curriculum at the elementary school.

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