November 17, 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

Which is faster: a roller coaster car on a Six Flags Magic Mountain ride or a vehicle driving on Interstate Highway 405 at midnight?

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According to a report from think tanks Next 10 and Beacon Economics, at the current pace of development, Santa Clarita will not meet all of its low-income housing production targets until at least 2812.

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Currently, there are at least nine stores in the Santa Clarita Valley that are dedicated to selling vaping products.

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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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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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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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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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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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