Santa Clarita

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

By Tim Haddock

None of the three Foothill League girls golf teams advanced in the CIF Southern Section Central Division playoffs. West Ranch, the league champion, shot 460 and was eighth out of 22 teams in the Central… 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

In the near future, pedestrians and cyclists will be able to enjoy a new interactive art exhibit sponsored by the City of Santa Clarita and the California Institute of the Arts. Located along the arroyo between the Valencia and… Continue reading

The public is welcome to participate in the Santa Clarita Interfaith Council’s fourth and final interfaith panel of the year on Tuesday, Oct. 23, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the community room of the Barnes and Noble book… Continue reading

[LASD Press Release] – This week Newhall (Zone 6) had 11 reported Part-1 crimes. Of those 11 crimes, three were petty thefts, three vehicles were stolen, one vehicle was burglarized, there was one reported theft from an unlocked vehicle, and… Continue reading

Oct. 19, 2012 (Week 8 | League Game 3)

Power Valencia-SCVTV Game of the Week:

Hart 35

Saugus 0

 

Valencia 54

Canyon 41

 

West Ranch 35

Golden Valley 13

Matt Moore; Courtesy of SCVNews.com

The William S. Hart School District not only has outstanding academics, but is also known to produce some of the best athletes in the country.

Matt Moore, current quarter back for the Miami Dolphins, graduated as one of the top quarterbacks in the nation from William S. Hart High School. During Moore’s senior year, he received attention from numerous universities, interested in his football talents, and was also drafted by the Anaheim Angels. Continue reading

After attending UCLA and Oregon State, he played for the Dallas Cowboys and the Carolina Panthers before moving to Miami. While his talents had much to do with his good fortune, the Newhall native accredits much of his work ethic and determination to the coaches at Hart.

“[Hart] is a place of winners [and] champions… for this to happen to me means the world,” Moore said.

Although football season is in full swing, Moore is taking time to thank his coaches and school, who will be acknowledging him tonight at the Hart vs. Saugus game. As a proud part of

“I never really prepared for football before I got to high school,” Moore said. “Looking back, I didn’t realize how lucky I was.”

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