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The Santa Clarita Community College District Board of Trustees and College of the Canyons Chancellor Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday at 1 p.m. to mark the official dedication of the new 52,435-square-foot library expansion… Continue reading

County officials are asking Leona Valley developers to start over Tuesday on plans for a Valley Vineyard housing development.

“We didn’t approve the project today, we didn’t deny it today,” said Edel Vizcarra, planning deputy for Los Angeles County.

The… Continue reading

Gas pumpGas prices have taken a dip in Southern California, and may continue to drop for at least the new couple of weeks, according to travel experts

“Oil industry analysts are telling us that there’s good reason to expect that prices… Continue reading

Santa Clarita City Councilman TimBen Boydston will be addressing fellow council members as a private citizen regarding the city’s two-tiered health care plan at Tuesday night’s meeting at City Hall.

An $800-per-month discrepancy in benefits between what Boydston takes home… Continue reading

With drug abuse and drug-related deaths on the rise in the Santa Clarita Valley, county health officials are warning about use and abuse of “bath salts,” a synthetic drug that can cause severe side effects such as kidney and liver… Continue reading

Crash in Newhall Pass.

The scene of a multiple big rig crash early Tuesday in the Newhall Pass. Photo courtesy of NBC News.

A pair of early morning collisions involving multiple big rigs left one injured and stopped traffic for more than eight hours… Continue reading

Mayor Frank Ferry announced Monday that retiring City Manager Ken Pulskamp has accepted the interim City Manager position with the City of Burbank, effective Dec. 3. Ken Pulskamp’s last day as Santa Clarita’s City Manager is Nov. 30.

(Editor’s note:… Continue reading

Recent statistics reveal that heroin-related deaths have doubled in 2012 compared to last year, according to local law enforcement officials.

There have been 14 opiate-related deaths this year, according to Bob Wachsmuth of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s Juvenile… Continue reading

Family and friends have scheduled a memorial service this week for Chuck Osborne, the Canyon High and NFL football star who was found dead in his home on October 16.

Viewing services will be held at the Forest Lawn in… Continue reading

In a 5-0 vote, William S. Hart Union High School District officials approved the addition of lacrosse at West Ranch High, in an effort to increase opportunity for students, board member Steve Sturgeon said Friday.

“Lacrosse is a sport that… Continue reading

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