December 18, 2018
  • 10:26 am Dante Acosta opens 2020 Assembly campaign committee
  • 12:00 pm Saugus Union School District welcomes two new governing board members
  • 11:30 am After intense debate, Marsha McLean selected as Santa Clarita mayor
  • 9:30 am CalArts alumni to be featured at 2019 Sundance Film Festival
  • 10:00 am Awaiting transition, Rep. Steve Knight’s office no longer accepting constituent casework

The College of the Canyons School of Visual and Performing Arts will wrap up the fall semester with a lineup of musical performances designed to showcase the college’s talented students and help ring in the holiday season. The Electronica Musique and Multimedia Concert will feature 12 up-and-coming composers, DJs and producers performing under the direction […]

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Still image from CalArts student Danski Tang’s film Seesaw created for the UN Women’s HeForShe movement. Photo courtesy of CalArts.

The United Nations Women’s HeForShe project has partnered with the California Institute of the Arts to create animated videos that encourage men to stand with women to help end gender inequality and sexual harassment. The films are a part of a three-part weekly series released by CalArts. The UN will also be releasing many of […]

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Try to remember, if you can, what an average night out on the town looked like in Santa Clarita ten years ago.

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On Sunday, Nov. 11 local residents gathered for a vigil at Marketplace Park to honor the victims of the Thousand Oaks shooting and demand an end to gun violence in America. The Nov. 7 shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, which left 12 people dead, was the deadliest shooting since the […]

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Local business owner Doug Minnick is the co-founder of Hoi Polloi Winery, co-owner of the Double Trouble Tasting Room in downtown Newhall and co-founder and festival director of the annual Garagiste Wine Festival in Paso Robles. His philosophy is that wine should be accessible to everyone. With Minnick and his crowd, there are “no snobs […]

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Community members, local faith leaders and elected officials gathered at Marketplace Park on Sunday evening to hold a candlelight vigil in memory of the victims of the mass shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

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College of the Canyons has been ranked No. 29 by the Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine’s top 100 colleges and universities list for graduating Hispanic students.

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Laura Arrowsmith, Saugus Union School District Board Trustee Area 2 candidate, talks to local Girl Scouts. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer

Over 65 Girl Scouts from Santa Clarita gathered at Northpark Elementary School with local candidates to learn about civic engagement, government and running for office on Friday, Oct. 12. The “Girl Scout the Vote” event was organized by Girl Scout Troop 1122 leaders, who invited local candidates and elected officials to attend the event. The troop […]

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Shane Michael Falsey, who was officially accused of a single misdemeanor of annoying phone calls, appeared at the Santa Clarita courthouse for an arraignment on Thursday, Oct. 11. Although Falsey has been also accused of sexual harassment and sexual abuse by dozens of victims online, the official accusation for which he was ordered to appear in […]

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A local resident who was accused of sexual harassment is scheduled to appear in court for sending annoying messages on Thursday, Oct. 11. Shane Michael Falsey was initially arrested for making annoying calls on June 6 but was released from custody shortly after. According to dozens of local women online, Falsey repeatedly sent unsolicited vulgar […]

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