December 8, 2019
  • 8:47 am John Zaring | The Rational Center: Why Trump Will Lose in a Historic Landslide!
  • 5:25 pm
  • 10:10 am From the Publisher: A Quick Anniversary Update
  • 10:30 am Coast Guard veteran Eric Ohlsen to challenge Assemblymember Tom Lackey
  • 11:00 am Black ‘N Blue fights to break The SCV Curse

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

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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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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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Local cartoonist Frank Hansen uses his artistic skill to comment on the impact of new developments in Valencia on traffic and congestion.

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Still from Serena Laurel's Unchained SCV music video.

College of the Canyons-based, student-run indie label Hipified Records recently released Vol. II, the second in its Homegrown series.

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In the temperate early afternoon of Saturday, May 4, the SCV Veg Fest took over a back field of Central Park for a day’s worth of, “vegan food, drinks, and information on how to live a truly healthy happy lifestyle.”

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The 2014 lawsuit over the California Voting Rights Act prompted a debate that still continues — should Santa Clarita support change to its governing structures?

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You can find more of local cartoonist Frank Hansen’s work here.

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Founded and organized by Academy of the Canyons students, the second annual “Wake Up, Stand Up” event was held on Saturday at College of the Canyons, with over double the number of community members from 2018 attending the student-led sexual assault and harassment seminar.

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