May 26, 2019
  • 8:30 am Cartoon: Valencia, built as planned
  • 8:00 am COC-based label Hipified Records aims for indie notoriety
  • 9:00 am David Barlavi: Threatening violence always leads to failure
  • 7:00 am SCV Veg Fest brought major vibes. Did you feel them?
  • 10:00 am The City Got Sued — Will Santa Clarita’s Voting System Change?
City council candidates gathered for a forum at the College of the Canyons University Center. Sebastian Cazares / The Proclaimer.

City council candidates gathered at the College of the Canyons University Center on Monday, Oct. 8 to discuss their campaigns, the current state of Santa Clarita and their visions for the city. The forum was hosted by the College of the Canyons Civic Engagement Steering Committee, the Santa Clarita Valley League of Women Voters and […]

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Photo courtesy of Bridge to Home.

Bridge to Home, Santa Clarita’s main homeless services provider, continues to rely on local support to sustain its mission of assisting Santa Clarita’s homeless population. Santa Clarita’s population includes a minimum of 331 homeless individuals, according to the most recent Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count conducted by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. The City of […]

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On August 8, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved an $119.5 million settlement for the Aliso Canyon gas leak. Attorney General Xavier Becerra commented on the settlement that was also negotiated through the state and local municipalities. “For over four months, this leak exposed our communities to natural gas emissions that resulted in […]

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On August 15, the Canyon Country Advisory Committee held its monthly meeting at the Mint Canyon Moose Lodge. The committee discussed a variety of topics, with CCAC Chair Alan Ferdman describing the city’s homeless plan. Ferdman discussed Santa Clarita’s growing traffic and recent removals of traffic lanes. CCAC Board President, Rick Drew, went over his […]

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